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A myth no more. The Unreleased Zack Snyder’s Justice League superhero film will eventually see the light of day in 2021 on the HBO Max by Warner Media.

“I want to thank HBO Max and Warner Brothers for this brave gesture of supporting artists and allowing their true visions to be realized. Also a special thank you to all of those involved in the SnyderCut movement for making this a reality,” Snyder said in a statement. The cries of #releasethesnydercut may have finally been answered.

Director Zack Snyder will host a watch party for his film Man of Steel on Wednesday — and if online buzz and speculation prove accurate, he may also use that opportunity to announce release plans for the Justice League cut by his fabled director. “It’s real,” Fansite Slashfilm ceo Peter Sciretta wrote on Twitter Monday. Sciretta was one of a number of bloggers to allude to the news ahead. of everyone else.

There is no question that interest in the Snyder cut is there, from the perspective of both a fan and curious bystander. It’s also the perfect time for the company to reveal the project, from the perspective of WarnerMedia. HBO Max, the crown jewel streaming service for AT&T and WarnerMedia, is set to launch on May 27. Bringing the service from get-go to as many subscribers.

“We the undersigned, call on Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. to distribute a director’s cut of the recent DC Films production Justice League,” wrote a group of fans on one high profile Change.org petition that had over 175,000 signatures before being closed. “We ask this with the utmost respect, and in no way seek to harm the profitability of the Justice League, or the reputations of those who worked hard to provide DC fans with a movie that many have been waiting decades for. Please don’t see this as a type of film review, we are not film critics nor have any interest in influencing creative direction, we are DC Films fans and look forward to and appreciate all films from the DC universe. It was simply to our dismay, not the film we were expecting.” In case you thought were are joking here is the tweet below. He did delete it twice so hopefully this one stays up.

Sources: The Verge, Vanity Fair

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