The long-awaited Snyder Cut of Justice League lands on HBO Max on March 18, director Zach Snyder revealed Friday. The DC Extended Universe superhero adventure will debut as a full-length Max Original, according to HBO, not in four separate hour-long parts as originally planned.
"Fallen #SnyderCut," the director wrote in a tweet, which included a poster with the date.
Outside the US, the new version of Justice League will also hit HBO services in central Europe, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland and HBO Go services in Asia on March 18. The company said it will announce release plans for other regions soon.
Following this, a social media campaign to release Snyder's much longer version picked up steam. Cast members like Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Henry Cavill (Superman) and Jason Momoa (Aquaman) threw their support behind it. Last May, Snyder announced that his version would hit HBO Max in 2021.
In December, Warner Bros. made an unprecedented move by announcing that HBO Max will stream all of its 2021 movies at no extra charge the same day each film hits US cinemas, though they will be shown on the service for just one month. The time limit won't apply to the Snyder Cut, but will apply to James Gunn's upcoming DC movie The Suicide Squad, which lands in August.
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