After much anticipation, Zack Snyder's Justice League will finally be released on HBO Max. The director will be promoting his version of the 2017 film at the upcoming DC FanDome event. Set to take place in just over a week, the schedule recently went live, potentially revealing the new official title for Snyder's project.
Snyder himself revealed that Zack Snyder's Justice League isn't the final title just yet because of legal reasons. The director ought to change the title but pointed out that they are trying to "rip that out."
It's already known that a teaser will be revealed at the event but before DC FanDome takes place, fans might have already learned through the schedule that the Snyder Cut is its official new title.
Per the official DC FanDome schedule, the panel is listed as The Snyder Cut of Justice League, suggesting that this is what the director and Warner Bros. might have agreed with. The title seems very fitting, clearly separating Snyder's version from the 2017 theatrical cut.
The panel will take place on Saturday, a trailer will be released and its debut date is expected to be revealed as well. The description adds that there'll be a "few surprise guests," set to run for 25 minutes beginning at 5:45 P.M. ET.
The Snyder Cut of Justice League is set for release in 2021.