Will Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” Premiere in March 2021?

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Zack Snyder seems to have inadvertently revealed that his version of “Justice League” will premiere on HBO Max in March 2021.

Initially thought to be facing a September release, it was reported last week that Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” could premiere earlier… and we now know that the 4-part event will see a March release according to the director himself.

When a fan on the Vero social media network questioned Snyder about wiping Joss Whedon’s cut of “Justice League” out of existence, Snyder replied with, “I understand and of course respect your feelings and I just hope I can wipe that version out of existence with what you see in March.”

While HBO Max has made no announcement about the release date, it is expected that we will soon see more promotional material for the March 2021 release.

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DE-EL
December 17, 2020 5:55 pm

If so, I’ve only got one thing to say…

BRING……IT……ON!

redcape
December 18, 2020 1:20 pm
Reply to  DE-EL

I’m with you there!! I would prefer to buy this as a BlueRay DVD.

Superman2878
December 18, 2020 3:53 pm
Reply to  redcape

Any news if it’s going for a blue ray dvd release after the HBOmax air date?

Kal-Ed
December 19, 2020 3:59 pm
Reply to  Superman2878

Not yet but that may be answered soon. Either after the HBO premiere or before.

Kal-Ed
December 19, 2020 4:20 pm
Reply to  DE-EL

March is an excellent date for I will be blessed with two things: the birth of my firstborn and the snyder cut of JL.

Course….the Premiere of watching my son being born is gonna be much more fun and suspenseful.

DE-EL
December 19, 2020 8:14 pm
Reply to  Kal-Ed

Congrats on your son, Kal! And that would definitely be a great time for him to be born!

If it’s on the day this actually comes out, the Snyder cut will basically be his (‘snicker’) Birthright! (Let’s see if you saw what I did there!)

Kal-Ed
December 20, 2020 4:42 am
Reply to  DE-EL

I saw what you did there hehehehee.
Due date is March 27. More or less. That’s definitely a birthtight

Kal-Ed
December 20, 2020 7:21 am
Reply to  DE-EL

I saw what you did there hehehehee.

Thanks man. Due date is March 27. Let’s wait and see

Superman2878
December 20, 2020 11:27 am
Reply to  Kal-Ed

Congratulations Kal-Ed 🙂

Kal-Ed
December 20, 2020 5:20 pm
Reply to  Superman2878

Thanks Superman2878. This is truly a happy time for me as a man and a Superman fan

redcape
December 23, 2020 1:35 pm

I think they’ll release it in March. And soon followed with a BlueRay. The new Wonder Woman isn’t exactly lighting the foreign box office on fire either. And I’m not sure why with all the hoopla the first one got. Things are bleak in the industry right now. All the new movies being released are lower budget dramas. I’m actually looking forward to seeing WW1984. One of the best parts about her character in the movie is that Jenkins said she worked with Zack to maintain WW’s character as he presented it in BvS. The WB needs money as well!!

sundevil82
December 23, 2020 3:31 pm
Reply to  redcape

I won’t be surprised if Patty, denis and Nolan all jump ship from WB. The really botched this HBO max roll out of the films and alienated the creators and artists.

It’s tough to predict the box office right now with everything going on, but I can’t imagine these films will make their money back. It will probably hinder the franchise type films.

redcape
December 26, 2020 1:00 pm
Reply to  sundevil82

A good friend saw WW84 last night. He likes the DC characters as well and liked the first WW. Did not get GOOD report. She looked good but story/plot border lined on ridiculous. A character in the movie grants wishes. He said one and done for him. When it comes to these superhero movies, the origins always get a pass as they spend half the movie showing how character evolves. Once that’s over with, the sequels can either make or break the desire to see and continue on with the character. He had more to say but I’ll refrain as… Read more »