A lot of fans are still experiencing a major hangover following the grand unveiling of Justice League's Snyder Cut trailer last August and it isn't too hard to understand why fans are generally stoked about it. Some of the film's cast and crew have been busy filming additional scenes for the highly anticipated cut which a lot of people hope would correct the mistakes committed by the theatrical cut helmed by Joss Whedon.
The original trailer released during the inaugural DC FanDome was already epic on its own but one YouTube user decided to spice things up a bit and give the Snyder Cut a 16-bit treatment and man, it's pretty darn impressive. The remake, created by animator John Stratman remains 100% faithful to the original trailer, complete with a 16-bit version of "Hallelujah" but only this time, it feels as if we're awaiting a video game release rather than a film. It's both nostalgic and awesome! Somebody show this to Henry Cavill, I'm sure he'll end up loving it! Check it out here:
Zack Snyder and crew are undoubtedly in the middle of a make or break situation as the "original" Justice League cut could determine the fate of the entire DC Extended Universe moving forward. Again, I strongly believe that the Snyder Cut will restore a lot of fans' faith in the franchise, and seeing how they're exhausting all their efforts to make it great, I don't see why it shouldn't work this time around. We owe it to ourselves, especially the diehard DC believers to witness this film unfold before our eyes. I truly have the highest of hopes for it.
The Snyder Cut of Justice League hits HBO Max in 2021.
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