The Snyder Cut will soon be released.
Zack Snyder opens up the official trailer for Justice League in the director's chair that many DC fans campaigned to see him in. “Hey everyone, I’m excited to show you the first official trailer for Zack’s Synder’s Justice League,” he says.
In two minutes and 16 seconds, it's obvious Snyder’s version of Justice League will be very different from whatever the hell that was Joss Whedon made in 2017. Now whether that means it's actually good or not, we still won't know until the movie premieres. But after we get through the CGI, clips of Darkseid and Granny Goodness, and scenes of a Black-suit Superman, fans are treated to a familiar line at the end of the trailer when Jared Leto's Joker repeats a popular Joker meme reference and says, “We live in a society.”
It looks like this film will be vindication for more than just the fans. While like everyone else, I also hated the Justice League film, my main reason for supporting the Snyder Cut will be for the members of the cast and crew who spoke out against the director of the original film, Joss Whedon. Specifically, the actor who played Cyborg, Ray Fisher, who has consistently spoken out against Whedon's on-set treatment. Recently, actress Charisma Carpenter who worked with Whedon Buffy: The Vampire Slayer also spoke out against the director and said she stands with Fisher.
You can watch Zach Snyder's Justice League on HBO Max on March 18.