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Zack Snyder’s Justice League Gets a New Mother Box Origins Trailer

A new video clip for the Zack Snyder version of Justice League is released. The new movie is getting ready to meet with its audience in March. There are many easter eggs in the video, according to the statements of Zack Snyder.

Justice League was out for viewers to see in 2017. Unfortunately went down in history as a huge disappointment. The production, which received negative comments from both critics and DC fans, didn’t achieve the expected success at the box office.

The main reason behind this was the forced change of director that occurred during the filming of the film. Joss Whedon took over the film after Zack Snyder’s daughter died during filming. According to some, this caused ruptures in the movie. Since then, DC fans have started various campaigns for Zack Snyder to release his own version. Finally, the Zack Snyder version of the movie was announced last year, which caused excitement among the fans of the series.

Zack Snyder, who started the project with the support of 70 million dollars, also shot for scenes that were not included in the previous movie.

Days before the release of the movie, a new 2-minute video arrived!

Zack Snyder’s Justice League will air on HBO Max on March 18. It is known that the film will have many differences from the version released back in 2017. Also, it’s approved to have a total length of 4 hours and 2 minutes.

The new video, includes Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Cyborg, and Flash. The video, which is accompanied by Tom Waits’s song Time, features many Easter eggs, according to Zack Snyder.

Zack Snyder also attended a live stream at IGN Fan Fest before the movie to answer questions from fans and talk about the movie. In the broadcast, where questions about the Justice League were answered and the allegations were evaluated, it was also discussed about the upcoming films.

Here is the broadcast of IGN Fan Fest:

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