Probably one of the good things to come out of 2020 was the announcement of Zack Snyder's Justice League, and though we don't have a specific release date for the movie yet, Snyder has at least given us the month his film is expected to hit HBO Max.
As Snyder revealed on Vero (via @Fandom), his Justice League movie will come out sometime in March 2021.
From what we can piece together, the movie will be split into four 1-hour parts, and it will all be compiled into one film by the release of the final episode. While Snyder does have the visuals and dialogue down, I do think that his films suffer narratively most of the time. I guess it was the right move to split the film into four parts, but at least there's also the option to just marathon all of it at once.
While a lot of people are seeing the release of ZSJL as the industry pandering to whiny fanboys, I like to think that this one is a win for the creatives like Snyder. Sure, some less-than-admirable people want the Snyder cut, but the chunk of the fandom that raised money for Suicide Prevention and knows how Snyder and the rest of the cast were mistreated behind the scenes—this win should be attributed to them instead.
No specific release date has been announced, but Snyder has confirmed that his Justice League comes to HBO Max sometime in March 2021. In the meantime, check out Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max and theaters on Christmas Day, December 25.