Zack Snyder's Justice League: No Theatrical Release Currently Planned

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With only a couple weeks to go to until the release of Zack Snyder's four hour cut of his Justice League, it looks like fans might be ultimately disappointed with one of Warner Bros.' decisions surrounding the film's release. 

It's been known for a while that this massively extended vision of the super hero team up would hit HBO Max exclusively and will hopefully see a blu-ray and 4K home release. While the internet and social media is at war with itself over Snyder's cut of the film, it looks like Warner has officially decided to never give the project a theatrical release at all. Some had hoped for a limited cinematic jaunt or IMAX run with their favorite heroes. However, WB has decided to cut their already millions in losses to see the film only go to HBO Max for the foreseeable future. 

Considering that things are really starting to open back up again with news that the vaccine for COVID will be readily available by the summer, theaters will not be hurting for new content and will most likely be backlogged with other major, original studio releases. This would leave little room for Justice League and could end up damaging WB's returns on the movie even more. So, for now, this will only be streaming on HBO's highly successful service. 

We'll update as we hear more!!