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Zack Snyder's Justice League is officially returning

Zack Snyder's Justice League is officially returning

Zack is back at the cinema

It seems that the best version of the Justice League movie is finally getting its theatrical release as teased by director, Zack Snyder.

Originally released in cinemas in 2017, despite being a box office success garnering over $661 million from its $300 million budget, DC’s Justice League had somewhat of a rocky road. Sadly, during post-production, director Zack Snyder lost his daughter and MCU’s The Avengers director Joss Whedon took over directorial duties for Justice League.

Check out the Zack Synder’s Justice League trailer below!

Joss Whedon ordered reshoots, script rewrites and cut down the runtime of Justice League and as a result, this final version of the movie wasn't exactly what Zack Synder had envisioned. However, in 2021, during the COVID pandemic, Justice League was re-released on HBO Max and was the movie that Snyder had intended with new scenes and added context to the story.

To give an impression of how much of a change Zack Synder’s Justice League (2021) was compared to the 2017 version, the runtime had increased from two hours to over four hours. Unfortunately, Zack Synder’s Justice League was never released in cinemas but it seems that’s about to change.

As reported by, a screengrab of Zack Snyder’s Vero account was shared by Twitter user sylabdul which featured an image of the Elseworld version of Ben Affleck’s Batman from the Justice League movie with the caption “Want to see ZSJL on the big screen… stay tuned for a date.”

At this time, Zack Synder’s tease hasn't been officially confirmed by either DC or Warner Bros., but it seems that the extended version of the Justice League is finally getting its theatrical release. Whether it proves to be a box office success, remains to be seen.

I’d be surprised if Zack Synder’s Justice League made anywhere near the amount of box office money as the 2017 release, after all, this extended version of the DC movie is a few years old at this point and seven years old when you consider its original release. That being said, it will be nice to have the option of seeing the best version of the Justice League on the big screen soon.

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

Topics: TV And Film, DC, DC Comics, Comics, Justice League, Batman, Superman