There have been a lot of countering reports about the fabled original Zack Snyder Cut of Warner Brother's Justice League and while a hundred thousand fans have been aggressively petitioning for the filmmaker's cut of the films, there have been crew people claiming that a director's cut of the film does not exist.
Now, a new source is popping up saying that an assembly cut of Justice League does in fact exist. According to the DC Cinematic Reddit page mod team, a verified source has approached them saying that a Zack Snyder version of the DC Extended Universe installment of the film really does exist, but right now it's in an "unfinished but notable state" which the team refers to as "rough version that had a lot of finished FX and music."
This sounds a lot more solid compared to the reported "assembly cut" of Justice League, with more work put into this alleged "version of the movie." Though it's really hard to trust anyone online, the DC Reddit mod team seem to have taken careful consideration into publishing the source's claims. Let's just wait and see what happens next – if there is a Snyder cut of the movie, there's no doubt that it will come out.
Justice League is currently screening in cinemas.