“Justice League” to Premiere on TV in July

HBO has announced that the “Justice League” movie will make its television premiere on HBO in July.

The following video from HBO teases some the big movies scheduled to air on the television network in the coming months, with “Justice League” scheduled for digital streaming on HBO GO and HBO Now, and its television premiere on HBO on Saturday, July 7 at 5.00pm EST (8.00pm PST).

“Justice League” will be available on HBO On Demand from Sunday, July 8.

Check your local guides for any changes closer to the date.

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luminaire1
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luminaire1

I wanted to get ahead of everybody on this one and say what ‘apparently’ an unpopular opinion. I LIKED JUSTICE LEAGUE! A LOT! We expect to much from these movies. The hype was too high, the expectations to far reaching. It’s a movie. It wasn’t going to cure cancer. If you are not entertained, that’s actually your own fault. Movie goers nowadays have gotten lazy, and expect the movie to do it all for them. But you have to be active in your entertainment. That’s all I will say, except that a movie does not live and die with the… Read more »

Marnoman
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Marnoman

I agree with a lot you said there. I allowed myself to be entertained and I was for the duration of the film. The reason I enjoyed it however was because I had the lowest expectations ever due to my dissatisfaction with both Man of Steel and most of all Batman V Superman. As far as I was concerned, all the damage had been done and I no longer had any excitement for these films anymore. So when Justice League came out and was a little fun trip to the movies, I left the cinema saying “Ye know what? That… Read more »

redcape
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redcape

A lot of people like myself do not have the negative mind set that you have regarding MoS and BvS. The JL was supposed to be a continuation of a direction that was ZS’s. If the heads of WB/DC didn’t want ZS’s version to continue why didn’t they stop it long before it was almost completed? I mean how was Snyder making the JL,.. in private? The whole theme of it had to be approved before production began. So we got a movie that was manipulated by re-shoots. And they were supposed to erase and re-direct an entire movie’s direction… Read more »

SuperJMC79
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SuperJMC79

The first time I saw Justice League I was left disappointed because I was hoping that Whedon’s impact would be less noticeable, as I am one of those who enjoyed Snyder’s take on the DC universe. I felt like the tone and epic feel that I enjoyed previously was replaced with a wannabe Marvelized-DC. There were still plenty of things that I really enjoyed about it, and by no means hated it, as there is something to be said for the lighter tone of Marvel films, but I felt like there was a horizon that was missed. On subsequent viewings,… Read more »

sundevil82
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sundevil82

so if a film isnt very good its our fault? Seems like strange logic to me. People are allowed to be critical of the things they love. It doesn’t make you any less of a fan whether its your favorite band putting out a subpar album, questioning your favorite sports teams decisions or yes, being critical of movies featuring your favorite super hero. Was Justice League terrible? No, but with this being the golden age of super hero movies we should expect more than just ‘it was fine.’ At least you can argue that MoS and BvS tried to be… Read more »

Kal L
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Kal L

I liked JL a lot. I was thoroughly entertained and actually left the theater wanting and anticipating JL 2. Sure I had a few problems with it, namely the duration of the film, Some of the elements that Zack worked hard at establishing that got cut and wasn’t too impressed with Danny Elfman’s score, but at the end of the day, I was entertained. What ticked me off was people simply just couldn’t let go, if they didn’t like it. The constant barrage of insults, the blame game of Zack and Joss, as to who destroyed the franchise, the constant… Read more »

sundevil82
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sundevil82

Theres nothing wrong with being objective. Im glad you enjoyed the movie, but for a lot of us it was a big dissapointment. Im not going to bash the movie nor have i made Any mean spirited critiques. I actually enjoyed it the first time i saw it, but once the novelty of seeing my favorite characters interacting for the first time wore off, i was severely let down. Namely because it had so much potential to be great. Ill probably watch it or have it on in the background when it comes out on tv, but this is the… Read more »

Kal L
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Kal L

I understand and respect your argument. I bought up BP as a simply to make a point. I may not have thought it was that great, but many people did, and who am I to take their enjoyment, and run it through the mud? I enjoy the DCEU, as I take it for what it is, enjoyment. Yes I did have a problem with the dark tones of the films, but at least DC were consistent with that right across the board, and they all felt like they were in the same universe. I look at JL the way I… Read more »

sundevil82
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sundevil82

You have to remember that BvS, SS and JL had A LOT of studio interference. From a filmmaking standpoint, they weren’t well made films due to editing, pacing, clunky writing and were rightfully judged in that context. Now I never understood how MOS got such a low score. It wasn’t perfect, but there is a legitimate argument to be made for that movie deserving better reviews. I don’t think endorsements from podcasters would have helped. If a movie is good the word of mouth will pick up, but I think the best things unbiased reviewers could say about it was… Read more »

Kal-Ed
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Kal-Ed

Beside the fact that the film was troubled with its production and storytelling values, I think it was also the public’s fatigue of oncoming superhero films being delivered to them from all directions whether it’s DC or Marvel or otherwise that resulted of it being a critical and commercial disappointment. I have stated earlier that I did enjoy the film despite its flaws and that’ll never change. Could it have been better? Certainly. It is the Justice League. My favourite superhero team and it could have been delivered on an epic scale the way Grant Morrisson and Howard Porter envisioned… Read more »

sundevil82
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sundevil82

I understand wanting to defend things cared about, but why are people bending over backwards defending THIS particular movie? Superhero fatigue was obviously not much of a factor as Wonder woman (the DC film leading up to JL), Thor:ragnarok, Black Panther, Infinity war and now Deadpool have all been successful at the BO. If anything it seems to me its sub-par superhero movie fatigue. Dont we deserve something more than ‘it did better than the postman or cutthroat island?’ Or ‘it was okay.’ I mean that is setting the bar at rock bottom. To each their own, but it just… Read more »

LarGand
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LarGand

We all wanted a great movie with Superman in it. I’ve always loved Henry Cavill as Superman, loved ‘MoS’, enjoyed a lot of ‘BvS’ (though it had some major flaws, there was still plenty there that was great), and I was really, really hoping ‘Justice League’ would live up to the potential of the series. It did not. It was a damp squib, offering us nothing more than a couple of fun scenes, a handful of half-hearted wisecracks (“What’s your superpower again?” “I’m rich!” … Is that what passes for wit these days?), sub-standard CGI, a half-baked storyline and a… Read more »

Kal-Ed
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Kal-Ed

Like I said: I think… That was just my 2 cents on the whole situation with the DCEU. I said fatigue because Hollywood and its audience has had times like this come and go by. The westerns in the 1950s and 1960s had its high noon (pun intended) and settled down until its revived again to a minimal a few years later. The 1970s saw a massive resurgence of exploitation and horror films to massive and cultural success. Then it went down up until the 1980s when science fiction features and R rated action films from A to B movies… Read more »