DC FanDome has definitely delivered and we got some solid updates on some long-awaited movies, particularly Zack Snyder’s Justice League. While there have been debates on what format JL will be released on HBO Max, it looks like the platform has come to some kind of compromise.
As Snyder revealed during the panel, his cut of Justice League will be split into four parts, each part to run for an hour. While some fans may think this would be inconsistent to the films he had already made, Snyder had also confirmed that there will be 4-hour cut of everything put together. At this point, it’s not a Snyder Cut of a movie if it isn’t close to 4 hours of runtime.
Also a bit of good news for people who don’t have access to HBO Max, Snyder has confirmed that there are currently discussions on how to distribute the film internationally. He didn’t mention any specific platforms, but I imagine some countries might actually be able to get it through Netflix if HBO Max wasn’t an option; again, this is just some wishful thinking on my part.
After years of campaigning and a lot of heated debates, fans are finally going to watch the Justice League that Snyder meant to give us. Granted, it may not be the perfect film, but at least it will be something consistent with Snyder’s creative vision; and not the mess that was Joss Whedon’s cut of JL.
No release date has been set for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, but the movie is expected to come out on HBO Max sometime next year.