The long awaited Justice League Snyder Cut recently got a new trailer teased by no other than Zack Snyder himself
The new trailer was released by Zack Snyder on his Vero account on Tuesday in celebration of the release of Justice League in 2017, completing 3 years since its release.
The new trailer was released in black & white, it shows almost about everything that was shown in the trailer at the DC Fandome earlier this year with the exception of some extra few seconds of footage featuring Darkseid, the antagonist of the movie, along with Superman and Cyborg.
The new clips also reveal new snapshots of Darkseid as well as a flashback scene which shows Darkseid leading his army of Parademons in the fight against Greek gods in his pre-Darkseid version Uxas.
Another interesting difference from the Joss Whedon’s 2017 Cut of Justice League will be the appearance of Joker in the upcoming movie who is being portrayed by no other than Jared Leto, who also portrayed the notoriously infamous clown villain in David Ayer’s Suicide Squad (2016).
Although it is unknown how the character will fit into the Zack Snyder’s Justice League, it is common knowledge now that there has been at least
“four to five minutes of additional photography” shot by Zack Snyder for the upcoming Snyder Cut” , which will probably feature Jared Leto’s cameo as Joker in the movie so as to fit the character in this seemingly unlikely environment for the Joker.
During an interview with Grace Randolph on her entertainment Youtube Channel ‘Beyond The Trailer’ Snyder described the character’s scene as a “vignette” that will see a “segment of the band together.”
He also added “I wanted to, of course, honor what had been created with him because I thought it was really cool, But there is some water has gone under the proverbial bridge between when last we saw Joker and this appearance. He’s a road-weary Joker, I guess that’s a way of saying it.”
Justice League: Snyder Cut will be released on HBO Max as a four part event series in 2021. Snyder has described his upcoming Snyder Cut as a new version of the film, with estimates of its cost being around $30 million for the new edit.
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