Joss Whedon has long been an icon in pop culture circles. The man imagined series like Buffy the vampire slayer, Firefly, Angel, Dollhouse, etc. The latter also led the MCU's first superhero gathering, The Avengers, in 2012, with huge commercial success and more than positive reception from viewers. But right after, it's the drama. Avengers: Age of Ultron is received much colder while Justice League, this time for the DCEU, is a huge disappointment for many fans. Some have therefore taken it into their heads to demand a new assembly.
A cut made by Zack Snyder, who was originally scheduled to helm Justice League in 2017. After fans spent three years claiming its existence with the hashtag # ReleaseTheSnyderCut , the Warner finally decided to give them this gift.
Zack Snyder's Justice League has been made official, on HBO Max, and has a precise official release date.
Zack Snyder himself formalizes release date for Justice League
Justice League by Zack Snyder finally has a release date. On Twitter, the man announced the good news with an image on which appears " 03.18.2021 ". And in French, that gives March 18, 2021 . But the feature film will not be released in theaters, not because of the pandemic, but because Warner has opted for a release on HBO Max . An SVOD service like Netflix or Prime Video for the moment only available in the USA. There is no doubt that the platform will quickly expand around the world, including France, on the occasion of this release.
It is also possible that the film is available from one of Warner's partners. During the first lockdown, some films were released directly to Prime Video , such as Bloodshot. Not to mention those who have benefited from faster availability in VOD, exceptionally.
At the moment, the new Justice League storyline is still unknown. We only know that Zack Snyder took over the color grading, redone some special effects and shot additional scenes . We speak in particular of the return of Jared Leto in Joker and certain moments explained, like the assassination of Robin.
– Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) January 29, 2021