The official trailer for Zack Snyder's Justice League has been released over the past few hours, offering a glimpse of the film that will be released on HBO Max starting from the next March 18. The director, for the whole of last week, had already announced the movie in question, even revealing footage of both the Black Suit of Superman that of Darkseid. We also got to see another taste of the new look of Jared Leto in the role of Joker within this long-awaited work. Although we only received black and white images of Leto's Joker earlier in the week - as you can see from our dedicated article -, in this trailer there's finally an appearance of him discussing with Batman di Ben Affleck.
It is a fairly full-bodied video, with 2 minutes and 30 seconds in a row and made up of many new and surprising scenes. This film clipped from the Justice League of 2017 will contain approx 150 minutes of unseen footage and "about five minutes of additional photographs". Additionally, Zack Snyder's Justice League will be rated R, which is a leap up from the PG-13 rating of the original. While it was once thought that Zack Snyder's Justice League would be one miniseries divided into four parts, it was later stated that the film will actually be released as a running film four hours on HBO Max.
Zack Snyder was directing the original Justice League a few years ago until he was forced to leave the project due to an unfortunate family tragedy, Joss Whedon at the time he stepped in to wrap up the film. Because of this, the idea that the original director wanted to put on screen has been significantly changed, with a large number of people asking for a "Snyder Cut" for some time now: that dream will soon be transformed. in a reality.