Zack Synder to release ‘his’ version of Justice League, drops teaser ‘Hallelujah’

Warner Bros is all set to release the Zack Synder’s director cut version of famous ‘Justice League’ and has recently dropped the 2:43 minutes teaser of the same. Debuting on HBO Max streaming service in year 2021, Synder in its teaser has used no dialogues, no voice overs but a Leaonard Cohen’s song ‘Hallelujah’ which he had also played in his famous film ‘Watchmen’. However the teaser ends with a dialogue between Batman and The Flash where the former says, “I don’t care how many demons he’s fought in how many hells, he’s never fought us. Not us united.”

The teaser has got footages from both- the old and new version for the fans who were waiting for Zack Synder’s cut as the director had left the project mid way, causing John Whedon’s directorial to be released in theaters. In the teaser one can see glimpses of Cyborg’s deleted plot , and Steppenwolf in his original type. The character was criticised by both fans and critics a lot. The teaser even has a clear look of Superman in his black suit, after his resurrection.

Snyder was forced to leave the project due to his personal reasons which made John Whedon in-charge. Whedon made major changes in the film setting a different tone altogether, replaced entire scenes and got Danny Elfman to give a new sound score.

Zack Snyder although had previously revealed that he would not be using a single shot filmed by John Whedon in his version of the movie. According to a report by Hindustan Times at JusticeCon he said, “There will be no chance on earth that I will use a shot prior or after I left the movie. I would destroy the movie, I would set it on fire before I would use a single frame that I did not photograph. That is a f***ing hard fact.”

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