The year 2020 may have been a difficult year for everyone in the world but at least we got the confirmation that Zack Snyder's version of Justice League will get an official release this year. We still love calling it the Snyder Cut but there is little doubt that Warner Bros. isn't going for the catchy title. So what will the movie be called when it is released next year? The official title may have been revealed at DC FanDome this weekend.
The official DC FanDome website has just released some cool new wallpapers that are downloadable on both desktop and mobile. Although fans have been loving the Wonder Woman 1984 wallpapers, most were also quick to notice that a Justice League Snyder Cut wallpaper is also available. However, it isn't called that in the image. Check out the desktop and mobile wallpapers below.
So does that mean it's officially called Justice League: Director's Cut? After all, that's basically what it is: the director's cut of the movie. On the other hand, it doesn't have the same awesome ring to it like "Snyder Cut". Nevertheless, what's important is what we can look forward to in the movie.
The whole Snyder Cut movement is undoubtedly one of the most amazing things that have happened to the Justice League. Although it looked like Warner Bros. had no plans of allowing the filmmaker to release his own version of the film, fans rallied behind Snyder with the hashtag #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. As a result, we'll get to see Snyder's original vision for the movie on HBO Max in 2021.