Zack Snyder has just decided to drop a brief teaser for the Justice League Snyder Cut in time for Super Bowl LV. Amazingly, the post also reveals when the new official trailer for the DC Extended Universe flick will be dropped this month.
Snyder shared the new teaser on his official Twitter account. The footage focuses on a young Vic Stone during his days as a quarterback and was the perfect tease to drop at Super Bowl LV. However, Snyder also had an important announcement to make in the caption.
"On the goal line. Trailer drop 2/14/21 9:14am PST," Snyder wrote. He also added the hashtags #SnyderCut and #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague.
It's interesting to note that the new Snyder Cut trailer will be released on Valentine's Day. In addition to that, fans are wondering if it would focus more on Cyborg's storyline. Needless to say, we can't wait to see the new teaser next week.
The Snyder Cut is undoubtedly one of the most highly anticipated films this year. After all, Snyder has confirmed that the director's cut will be completely different from the theatrical cut of the movie considering that it will feature some never-before-seen footage. Even the first trailer, which was dropped during DC FanDome last year, showed off a darker tone and surprising new characters.
Zack Snyder's Justice League is expected to be four hours long and will be released in parts instead of being marketed as a limited series. The Snyder Cut is set to premiere on HBO Max on March 18.