Justice League director shares teaser of film's special Snyder Cut; release on HBO Max in 2021
The new 'Snyder Cut' of Justice League features Wonder Woman Gal Gadot
Director Zack Snyder on Thursday shared a brief teaser of his widely anticipated cut of Justice League. The new 'Snyder Cut' of the film will debut next year on HBO Max.
The American filmmaker unveiled the teaser on Twitter.
The 34-second long video features actor Gal Gadot superhero character Wonder Woman discovering some sort of an artifact. While a voiceover is played behind: "The bell's already been rung, and they've heard it.
Check out the post
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) June 18, 2020
Out in the dark among the stars. Ding dong. The god is dead."
The release of the mythical version of the 2017 superhero movie Justice League was announced by the director earlier in May.
Fans have long surmised that there is a director's cut of the widely popular Justice League, which was finished by director Joss Whedon after Snyder departed during production, reported Entertainment Weekly.
The American director had completed the majority of work on the superhero movie in 2016 but stepped away from post-production and editing in light of a family tragedy.
Warner Bros brought in The Avengers director Joss Whedon to step into Snyder's shoes for reshoots and tweaks.
The Warner Bros flick opened to discouraging reviews and reportedly caused a loss of about $60 million to the studio, as it was one of the most expensive films ever made.
DC fans, including actor Jason Momoa (who plays Aquaman in the film), have long waited to see Snyder's original vision.
(With inputs from Asian News International)
The live video began with Jin complaining about Jungkook for not taking out time for his birthday, despite Jin being present with him on his birthday earlier this year.
The pop star's dog walker, Ryan Fischer, was seriously wounded in the attack and addressed the court Monday to give an impact statement, which he posted on Instagram.
Jon Batiste will be adding White House entertainer to an already long list of roles, including recording artist, bandleader, musical director, film composer, museum creative director and scion of New Orleans musical royalty.