No need to wait any longer to watch the Justice League’s Snyder Cut trailer! The video arrived this morning on February 14, 2021.
The film has been completely edited by its original director since it was Joss Whedon who took the torch to complete the cinema version of Justice League. Zack Snyder assured that he had never seen it, true to his original vision. The paw of the director of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: The Dawn of Justice is very clear in the trailer! Director Zack Snyder has indeed announced via his social networks that the next (and probably the last) trailer of his Justice League Snyder Cut will arrive on February 14th – right on Valentine’s Day, although there is no connection since Justice League is not a love story, of course.
Joking aside, with the time difference, the trailer is expected to arrive at 6:14 pm local time. The director’s post for this announcement is accompanied by an American soccer sequence that was in perfect timing with the attention generated around the Super Bowl, but also an opportunity to remind that Victor Stone aka Cyborg (Ray Fisher, who has dropped his fight with Warner Bros. for the moment to participate in the promotion of the film) will have a much bigger narrative arc than in the cinema version of Justice League, among other multiple points of change. A little more Superman in a black suit, a little more Victor Stone before his transformation, but above all, the expected appearance (and finally finished in terms of special effects, compared to the fandom version) of Darkseid, in a short scene on Apokolips that many fans were waiting for. The trailer (in color) is available, for a movie that finally fits in the right aesthetic lineage of Batman V Superman, as agreed.
There is now only a good month left before viewers can discover the Justice League’s Snyder Cut on HBO Max, an object of many expectations and fantasies as well. Hopes for a theatrical release are still allowed for the moment while waiting for Warner Bros. France to clarify the situation. It remains to be seen whether the four hours of the film will have deserved all this continuous noise for the past three years.