This is how Zack Snyder's version of Justice League ends

HBO Max will release the Justice League version of Zack Snyder in 2021, but throughout these years the director himself has commented on how the film ended.

When the DC Extended Universe started in 2013 with The Man of Steel, the director started a story that was to end with two movies bringing together the most powerful heroes of DC Comics. Unfortunately, he was unable to complete his project as it was replaced by Joss Whedon. So he has spent the past few years explaining many details. So now we know how the version of Zack Snyder of Justice League.

The montage that hit theaters left things open, with the superhero team now established and supposedly with a huge cosmic threat that could hit Earth anytime. Zack Snyder's version of Justice League would have ended a little differently. Thanks to the conceptual art, fragments of leaked images and the director's own comments on social networks, we know how it ends.

The big difference between the two mounts is Darkseid.

Attention SPOILERS. Steppenwolf, is the main villain who faces heroes and is defeated in epic battle. But originally Darkseid He was to serve as the villain in the shadows. Zack Snyder's version of Justice League would have shown Uxas (Darkseid's birth name). He invaded Earth the first time with his army and then appreciates at the end.

The original Steppenwolf death was going to be much more brutal compared to what was seen in 2017. Not only would it have been impaled by Aquaman's trident, as Wonder Woman would have also ended up beheading him. After his head was cut off, a tube opened connecting to Apokolips and the head rolled down to Darkseid's feet.

This is how Zack Snyder's version of Justice League ends

This would have established Darkseid's most important role as an antagonist for the next movie planned to be released in 2019 that was suspended. Seeing Steppenwolf defeated, and his head rolling on his feet, would have given Darkseid the fuel it needed to fuel his anger and hatred for the heroes. So Zack Snyder's version of Justice League ended with a declaration of war. Now we will have a 4-hour montage on HBO Max that we hope will exceed what we saw in theaters. | Movies, comics and series