Zack Snyder Teases One More Big Trailer For Justice League Snyder Cut

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With theaters remaining shut for the foreseeable future and most major movies now set to debut on VOD, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is beginning to look like a bona fide cinematic event.

Yes, the wildest dreams of fans seem to be coming true. Jared Leto is returning to play the JokerJoe Manganiello is finally making a proper appearance as Deathstroke, Ezra Miller is shooting new scenes as the Flash from the Fantastic Beasts 3 set, and we’ll get the long awaited return of Ben Affleck as Batman.

We received our first taste of what’s coming next year during the DC FanDome event in August with a trailer that showcased a very different movie from the terrible theatrical cut. Since then, we’ve been treated to a lot of behind-the-scenes images, concept art and teases from Snyder over on Vero. And with the project now set to premiere in March 2021 on HBO Max, the director has begun to promote one final insane promo that’ll reveal the exact release date.

In an interview with Beyond the Trailer, he billed this as “turning the hype engine to 11” and that it’ll make fans lose their minds, while also explaining how things are coming along at the moment.

“Our plan for the next [few] weeks or month is that we’re going to have a hard date,” he said. “So that’ll be exciting, and everyone will be able to clear their calendars, whatever it is they’re going to do, buy a bigger TV, take off work. You’ll have time to get ready because you’re going to want to stay probably a couple of days with it and not leave the house. And just kind of hunker down and watch it over and over.”

During a very chaotic year for the entertainment industry, Snyder’s work on Justice League seems to have gone off without a hitch. In fact, the director recently revealed that the four-hour pic had 2,800 VFX shots to be completed (eclipsing Avengers: Endgame‘s 2,500), which has provided some much needed work for VFX studios, many of whom faced a gap in their schedules in 2020 after COVID-19 hit the brakes on blockbuster movie production.

Of course, finally getting this film in the can sounds like an emotional moment for Zack, who described working on it as a “labor of love.” And at this stage, we can only hope that the colossal four-hour dream cut of Justice League lives up to the sky high expectations.