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Justice League B&W Version Available In Digital Release By Zack Snyder

The digital release date for Zack Snyder's Justice League, which will also feature the movie's monochrome version, has been confirmed by Warner Bros

Zack Snyder's Justice League, which premiered exclusively on HBO Max in March 2021, is the final version of the director's vision and is very different from the film that was released in 2017. Snyder was initially tapped to direct many Justice League movies, but when Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice received negative reviews while performing well at the box office, Warner Bros. decided not to move further with Snyder's vision for the franchise.


When a personal tragedy forced the initial Justice League director to leave the project in the middle of presenting his cut, the studio hired Joss Whedon to rewrite, reshoot, and re-edit the movie for theatrical distribution. The theatrical version was a critical and commercial failure, and it gave rise to the #ReleaseTheSynderCut movement, which finally succeeded when WB wanted exclusive material for their new streaming service, HBO Max.

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Justice League by Zack Snyder was released in 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD last year, but a digital copy was conspicuously missing. The title was most likely kept as an HBO Max incentive, which was the most plausible justification. Those who bought the physical disc were disappointed by the lack of a digital copy because most movies come with one by default.


On July 19, WB will release Justice League in digital form for the first time, enabling fans to add it to their personal digital collections. The renowned Justice is Grey cut, a black-and-white version of the movie, will also be included in this release. The digital edition will also include other features in addition to the film's color and black-and-white versions:


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Along with ZSJL, a trilogy collection that contains Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Ultimate Edition, and Zack Snyder's Justice League will also be made available online. No definitive director's cut has ever been revealed so soon after the film's first theatrical release, making the publication of Justice League's Snyder's cut nothing short of remarkable. This is partly because of the support of the fans and the actors from the movie, many of whom posted on social media about how they supported the hashtag campaign. Since Snyder went on to Netflix and started directing Army of the Dead and the forthcoming Rebel Moon, WB has had success with its DC IP, but the journey hasn't been easy. Fans of Snyder are still urging Warner Bros. to revive the DCEU in the director's vision, ideally with Cavill reprising his role as Superman. As viewers check through the many bonus materials for Zack Snyder's Justice League, there may be some new cries for a return to the SnyderVerse. While WB has so far stuck to its intentions for a DC without Snyder, only time will tell whether the filmmaker rejoins the series.


Source: Warner Bros.

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