Fans truly have the power! Thanks to the “ReleaseTheSnyderCut” campaign, the announcement has been officially made. Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be released on HBO Max streaming platform next year.
The new HBO Max streaming service offers a slew of Warner Bros content, including Friends and The Big Bang Theory, will now have Zack Snyder’s Justice League as an attractive upcoming exclusive. If this cut is going to be a movie or a mini-series is unclear, but fans will be eager to see the new version regardless.
Cast Reactions To The Return of Justice League
When the news was made, the celebrations were seen all around the internet and here are some of the cast’s reactions to the news.
First we get Henry Cavill, who played the Kryptonian Superman. He became a living meme after the mustache fiasco found in the theatrical cut and Cavill now sure seems pleased to put his best face forward.
The next castmate to express his joy over the release is Jason Momoa. The Aquaman actor was a big supporter of Zack Snyder’s Justice League and was campaigning to see the new release go down.
The next post comes from Ray Fisher, who portrayed Victor Stone, better known as Cyborg. While Fisher’s comments are short, you can feel his joy shine through. This version of Justice League will hopefully give more background into the creation of Cyborg.
This next actor wasn’t in the Whedon version at all, but he will be in this one. His name is Ray Porter and it looks like he was cast for the role of Darkseid. The character was played by Porter, however we don’t know yet if he voices the New God as well, but we will soon.
The post credits scene of Deathstroke meeting Lex Luthor at the end of the theatrical cut of Justice League, looked to set up the Injustice League for the sequel. It now seems that Joe Manganiello’s portrayal of the assassin in the Snyder Cut may be a part of the plan.
The countdown for Zack Snyder’s Justice League in 2021 has officially begun. For all the latest in DC movie news make sure you keep up with The Illuminerdi for more news and content.