Snyder Cut: Director Reveals New Image Of Batman From The HBO Max Film

Check out a new image from Snyder's extended edition of Justice League.


Director Zack Snyder has shared a new image from the upcoming extended edition of Justice League, known colloquially as "The Snyder Cut."

The black-and-white images show Batman with his back to the camera, wearing a jacket in a dark hallway. This is part of a social media campaign, as the image is branded with #ZackSnyderJusticeLeague and #SnyderCut. You can see the original image on Vero and a re-post of it below.

Snyder left Justice League during production to deal with a sudden family tragedy. Avengers director Joss Whedon came in to finish the film, but that version wasn't exactly what Snyder might have aimed for. Snyder is now working on a new edition of the movie with additional scenes, including sequences with Jared Leto as the Joker. Snyder also recently showed off an image of Joker's new look in the film.

The Snyder Cut releases on March 18 through HBO Max as a four-hour film. It also stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and Jason Momoa as Aquaman. Ezra Miller returns to play The Flash, while Ray Fisher plays Cyborg. Jesse Eisenberg portrays Lex Luthor, J.K. Simmons plays Gordon, Jeremy Irons appears as Alfred Pennyworth, and Diane Lane plays Martha Kent.

The "Release The Snyder Cut" social media movement fired up in recent years, especially after WB initially had said they were never going to release it.

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