Justice League’s Zack Snyder Shares This Change Coming to His Cut


Zack Snyder is still answering fans’ questions about what’s going on in his Justice League’s cut. In a new post on Vero, the directors have made it clear that a significant change is coming back from the film’s original trailers. The final act of the Justice League is a red sky, with the heroes running to save the day. Snyder is looking to take things back to blue.

The audience associated red with the Darkseid for the sake of understanding it. Fabian Wagner, the film’s cinematographer, has made it clear that the decision to make everything red has been made since Snyder left the project. Fans will see it restored after the keys have been turned over to Joss Whedon. However, with the addition of the Martian Manhunter, there are still many tweaks and some action from the Green Lanterns.

When the cut got announced for HBO Max, Snyder gave the fans some credit for their part in this journey, “I want to thank HBO Max and Warner Brothers for this brave gesture of supporting artists and allowing their true visions to be realized. Also a special thank you to all of those involved in the SnyderCut movement for making this a reality.”


VERO: Zack Snyder’s Justice League will not have red sky in the third act. from DC_Cinematic

Kevin Reilly, the Head Content Officer at HBO Max, added: “When Zack and Debbie shared the exceptional vision of where to take the Justice League, my team and our associates at Warner Bros. took it upon themselves to solve many of the problems that stood in the way.”


“At the end of the day, it really is all about them, and we are beyond excited to be able to release Zack’s ultimate vision for this film in 2021. This could never have happened if it weren’t for the hard work and combined efforts of the teams at HBO Max and Warner Bros. Pictures,” Robert Greenblatt, Chairman, Warner Media Entertainment and Direct-To-Consumer chimed in.


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