On Saturday (August 22nd), DC held their virtual convention DC FanDome, which gave us tons of exclusive reveals about DC projects in the pipeline.
Alongside panels on upcoming blockbusters like The Batman and The Suicide Squad, we also got a look at the ‘Snyder Cut’ of Justice League.
The trailer, which is available on YouTube, is packed with content fans are sure to be excited about. We see Superman (Henry Cavill) in the black suit again, as well as more of Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and the rest of the Justice League. Plus, we get to see Steppenwolf’s new, more sinister look in action for the first time – and plenty more from Lois Lane (Amy Adams) and Martha Kent (Diane Lane).
In the panel, director Zack Snyder also revealed that the project will hit HBO Max as a 4 part, 4 hour miniseries – with an option also available to watch the entire series in one go. He also reassured international fans that global distribution plans are being looked into.
The panel included a Q&A with several of the stars who make up the Justice League (and a surprise appearance from Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins). In response to Fisher, Snyder reiterated that ‘Cyborg holds the team together’. Snyder then told Ezra Miller that we’ll be seeing more of his iteration of the Flash in the new cut.
Snyder also held a Q&A with fans instrumental to the ‘Release the Snyder Cut’ movement, asking them questions about their involvement with the fan campaign.
The Snyder Cut is set to launch on HBO Max in 2021, but until then you can stream plenty of DC Extended Universe (DCEU) content with a Hulu plan that includes HBO Max – which is available to try with a 7 day free trial.
Plus, Hulu have their own expansive entertainment library featuring hits like The Handmaid’s Tale and Palm Springs. You can check it all out with Hulu’s 30 day free trial.