Through the official profile Twitter of the film, Warner Bros posted a 5-minute making of for Zack Snyder's Justice League, which makes us discover some background behind the making of the film. In the video you can see interviews with the director Zack Snyder and some main cast members and some funny moments. We remind you that the film was published in streaming on the platform HBO Max.
The film comes following the first theatrical version of Justice League by Joss Whedon, and represents Snyder's view of history before he abandoned the original project following the death of his daughter. This version includes a series of extra shots, for a total duration of about 4 hours, new montages and special effects. Also present is the Joker played by Jared Leto (already seen in Suicide Squad), not included in the original versions and plans. In total, 70 million were spent.
It was initially stated that Zack Snyder's Justice League it would have been distributed in the form of a television miniseries of 4 episodes lasting one hour each, but later the decision was made to propose everything in a single film. The original film had received various criticisms from both critics and audiences, so much so that the project was completely revised DECU (DC Cinematic Universe) veering towards stand-alone films. This new version has received a generally positive reception from the critics, although some critical issues have been identified, including excessive duration. This version is not considered canonical within the DECU. The plot unfolds after the events of Batman vs Super: Justice League, and sees the vigilante of Gotham ask for help a Wonder Woman to recruit a team of superheroes to face a dangerous new threat to come.