Stream of Justice: The Snyder Cut of Justice League Is Headed to HBO Max

It's that time again where we finally have a piece of news that isn't about something getting delayed by Covid-19. Yep, it's news about the Snyder Cut! It's that thing that has been spammed at every Warner Brother's social media account since the fall of 2017! Turns out, it's real and it's coming to HBO Max.

After years of teasing and endless debates about this thing, we will finally be able to see it. Zack Snyder and Superman himself, Henry Cavill, confirmed it today during a virtual Q&A for Man of Steel. Many remember that Snyder left the film originally due to the tragic loss of his daughter and that Joss Whedon took over in his place. The resulting merger of their two visions was a film that did not live up to the fans or Warner Brothers expectations. It is exciting to see how this version of the film will be received by fans.

Snyder has described this cut as an entirely new thing and is unclear in what form the cut will be released. Some are saying it will be the almost four hour cut of the movie or that it will be split into a six chapter miniseries. They weren't clear about that. What is clear is that Snyder will be re-assembling his post production crew to finish the special effects and additional scenes that are needed for this film. We can't wait to see what happens with this!