DC fans may have to prep themselves up real good for the arrival of Zack Snyder's cut of the Justice League as the director himself confirmed that the highly anticipated project will be a four-hour film as opposed to it being a miniseries divided into chapters as previously speculated.
In a recent exchange with a fan on his Vero account, Snyder confirmed that his version of JL will be four hours long and it surprisingly, it won't feature a post-credits scene which begs the question: why are characters like Deathstroke and Joker advertised for the project when they weren't part of the original cut? It was already confirmed that they took part in the Snyder Cut reshoots/additional photography with fans speculating that they're only there to recreate the end-credits scene with Lex Luthor.
Following the confirmation, fans are expressing their mixed reactions to the film being four hours long. Some people are thrilled about it and are up for the challenge while others say that they're not quite sure if they'll be able to sit through four grueling hours of content. Check out some of the reactions below:
The project is still shrouded in mystery at this point and the general belief amongst diehard DCEU fans is that Justice League's success (or failure) could play a major factor with regard to the future of the DC film franchise. As a bonafide comic book film fan myself, I sure hope the Snyder Cut ends up becoming triumphant because we don't need another disappointment.
Zack Snyder's Justice League premieres this March on HBO Max.
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