The four-hour cut of 2017’s Justice League movie will be debuting on March 18th, it’s been announced.

Well, after the original release, the internet campaign, the re-hiring of Zack Snyder and the injection of a further $70m, we’re finally going to get what should be the definitive edition of 2017’s Justice League movie.

The story of the original release has been often-told, and it’d be fair to say it’s a movie that few hold in anything close to high regard. Still, Snyder has been working away on the cut he never got to make (Joss Whedon took over the movie in post-production), and as had been mooted, the running time will be coming in at around four hours.

The new cut will now debut on HBO Max in the US on March 18th, and we expect a UK release at the same time too. Furthermore, we’re hearing that the Snyder cut will also be getting a physical media release too, although that’s not been confirmed.

One more thing we’ve learned here: the plans to split the movie up into some kind of mini-series appear to have been abandoned. This is going to be a four hour movie.

More as we hear it.

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