There had been plans for The Snyder Cut of Justice League to become a multi-part television release – but Zack Snyder is now suggesting otherwise.

It looks like Zack Snyder might just have decided to release his epic recut of Justice League in a four-hour, bottom-numbing, single film format, rather than the four episode miniseries that had been originally rumoured.


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According to Dark Horizons, Snyder was answering questions on social media platform Vero regarding the film, when he was asked about whether it would be a ‘one-shot’ film or a miniseries. The director answered that it would indeed be a ‘one-shot’ movie. As of yet, there’s nothing to suggest that HBO Max, the streaming platform where the new cut of Justice League will reside (in the US at least), feels differently. Rumours persist incidentally of a disc release for Snyder’s cut in the spring.

But back to the matter in hand. Snyder does have previous here. His director’s cut of Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice runs to over three hours, whilst his ‘ultimate cut’ of Watchmen clocks in at over three and a half, so it’s easy to believe that he’s going to releasing his Justice League as a single movie.

The story also mentions that Zack Snyder’s Justice League won’t be the final title, but the director didn’t reveal what that would be.

We’ll bring you more news on this project as it continues to unfold.

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