In Zack Snyder's first Justice League video to be released on HBO Max in 2021, we can see Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) discovering Darkseid.
You will like it more or less Zack Snyder as a director, but it must be admitted that he knows how to put up impressive scenes. You just have to see how Gal Gadot he learns of the existence of Darkseid in the unpublished clip that we leave you below League of Justice. The campaign in favor of the film may have been worthwhile and we are facing something far superior to what was released in theaters.
Remember that after the premiere of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), Zack Snyder began with the Justice League that was to be released in 2017 and would have a second part in 2019. But due to the death of his daughter, he left the shoot in the middle and Joss Whedon the movie ended. Leaving almost everyone unsatisfied.
Now HBO Max has bet heavily on the Zack Snyder version of Justice League and will invest about $ 30 million to finish it. This assembly will last about 4 hours.
On Instagram, the Justice League star Jason Momoa, who plays Arthur Curry, also known as Aquaman, posted a short clip of Wonder Woman uncovering an old Darkseid painting, with a voiceover by Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg). On Twitter, Snyder also posted the clip and confirmed that they will be bringing "more" to DC FanDome in August, indicating that this is when the Justice League Snyder Cut trailer will be released. Check out the clip below.
I really don't understand Joss Whedon, he had this spectacular scene to add in the Justice League movie and left it in the editing room. What do you think? Leave us your comments below.
Darkseid will be much more important.
In the cinema version of League of JusticeWe never got to see Darkseid at any time. However in the Zack Snyder version his presence will be much more impressive. Since he is the great villain behind the Steppenwolf invasion of Earth. It will also leave things open for a sequel that unfortunately we will never see.
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