The 4-hour Snyder Cut of Justice League Will Premiere On March 18, 2021

It’s official.

We’ll finally be able to watch the extended length Snyder Cut of Justice League on March 18, 2021 on HBO Max.

This is certainly a relief for all of the DC fans out there who have been waiting to see the Snyder Cut. Even after it was announced as a real thing by Warner Bros. and HBO Max, some worried that the can would continue to be kicked down the road due to the ongoing reshoots and potential pandemic delays. But the Snyder Cut is officially on the way, and it’ll be here before we know it.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League Gets Official HBO Max Release Date

This piggybacks on our last post on the subject (see: Zack Snyder’s 4-Hour Justice League Movie Not Split In Parts?) which confirmed that it will be a very, very, very, very, very long feature film.

Am looking forward to it, but with all this hype, so much time that has transpired, I’ve got a sinking suspicion it won’t measure up to the expectations. Will it be cool? Entertaining? Worth the extra $70 million spent? I don’t know. Really, they could have made several new movies with that $70 million. Was Snyder’s epic vision of what Justice League coulda, woulda, shoulda been be worth this?

Tune into HBO Max on March 21, 2021 to find out.

5 thoughts on “The 4-hour Snyder Cut of Justice League Will Premiere On March 18, 2021

    1. It never would have been made available as a 4-hour movie in theaters originally, which sort of negates any sort of meaningful comparison, at least on runtime.

      Maybe it would/should have gone the Kill Bill route and been split in two? I suppose that’s a possibility.

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      1. For me, anyway, the overall quality will almost certainly be marred by the runtime. Unless this is the one movie in a million that is four hours long and it’s the perfect length 🙂

        I so see what you’re saying, though, and am curious to see how the added content and Snyder cuts compare to the original theatrical cut.

        There are times I’ve liked extended cuts more than the theatrical cut. Doctor Sleep, I liked both, but Flanagan’s director’s cut even more.

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