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Justice League's Snyder Cut gets an official release date. Years after the Release the Snyder Cut campaign launched in response to the way Justice League's theatrical cut turned out, viewers are finally about to see Snyder's version of the DC team-up film. The Snyder Cut was formally announced in May 2020, when it was confirmed it would premiere on HBO Max at some point in 2021. Since then, audiences have been curious to know when exactly they'd be able to watch the Snyder Cut.

For a while, the expectation was the Snyder Cut would come out in early 2021, with Snyder himself stating it would premiere in March. Even with the window narrowed down to a specific month, the actual date was unknown. But now, it's been revealed when HBO Max subscribers can see the Snyder Cut.

On Twitter, Snyder shared a series of new Justice League posters, which all confirm the Snyder Cut starts streaming on March 18, 2021. Check out his posts in the space below:

This might have something to do with Godzilla vs. Kong's release date being pushed back recently. The MonsterVerse crossover was slated to come out on March 26, but now it debuts on March 31. That gives it some extra breathing room from the Snyder Cut, meaning HBO Max won't have two highly-anticipated projects premiering in consecutive weeks. Justice League can have its well-deserved moment in the spotlight for a little while longer before the focus shifts to Godzilla vs. Kong. The additional week also ensures HBO Max subscribers have more time to watch Justice League ahead of Godzilla vs. Kong. Snyder's version of the film runs very long, clocking in at four hours. The release strategy has seemingly changed from the initial 4-episode miniseries to a single feature film, but there are still people who may want to break it up over a period of time. Anyone interested in that now has two weeks prior to Godzilla vs. Kong, so there isn't much rush.

With a release date set, Justice League is poised to receive a considerable marketing push over the next month and a half. Even as Warner Bros.' entire 2021 film slate releases on HBO Max this year, the Snyder Cut is still arguably the highest-profile project coming to the streamer in 2021 and is expected to be a huge draw. A new Snyder Cut trailer is currently being worked on, so it'll be interesting to see what that entails. It'll probably shed more light on the myriad of differences between Snyder's version and the theatrical cut, highlighting cut storylines and character arcs for audiences.
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