Zack Snyder Shares New Batman Photo From His Upcoming Cut of JUSTICE LEAGUE

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While we wait for the DC FanDome panel for Zack Snyder’s Justice League to drop this coming Saturday, the director has shared a new image from the film featuring Ben Affleck as Batman. As you can see, he’s standing in front of his Batmobile. The photo was shared by the filmmaker on Vero in celebration of Ben Affleck’s birthday with the note, “Happy birthday Ben.”

Snyder also shared a video of himself skateboarding on the set of the film through the House of El. Hey, if you’ve got the opportunity to do that, why wouldn’t you!?

We are now only a few days away from FanDome, which will feature panels on (deep breath) Wonder Woman 1984, Flash (2022), The Suicide Squad, Black Adam, The Batman and more. For DC fans, it’s a dream come true. Check out all the highlights from the schedule, and when the event is happening, watch here.

Snyder previously shared a clip for his cut of the film featuring Superman wearing his black suit, which you can check out here. He also shared an image of Darkseid and there was also the reveal of his new design for Steppenwolf.

The highly anticipated cut of Sndyer’s Justice League will be nearly four hours long, and there’s a possibility that it will be cut up into separate chapters when it’s released on HBO Max.

Snyder and his team are cutting the film together, finishing the VFX work. They are also adding in the new musical score, and the cast is coming back to record additional dialogue. This is going to cost the studio over $30 million.

We’ll get a much better look at what’s in store for Snyder’s Justice League movie during the DC FanDome event taking place on August 22nd. The panel for the film is taking place at 5:45 PM EST.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be on HBO Max in 2021.



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