According to recent reports, director Zack Snyder held a recent screening of his infamous Justice League cut with DC executives in attendance.
“Something is happening with Snyder’s cut of the film and discussions are currently underway,” mentioned someone with insider knowledge of the Snyder cut, according to Heroic Hollywood. “At pressed time, we do not know if the Snyder Cut is preparing for a special one-time-only fan screening or whether the film will be released on either streaming platforms or home media. However, a theatrical release is highly unlikely.”
This wouldn’t be the first time Snyder has shown his cut of Justice League if claims made by stunt coordinator Eunice Huthart are to be believed. Ray Fisher, who starred as Cyborg/Victor Stone in Justice League, also mentioned that he missed an opportunity to watch the cut.
Despite these reports, nothing has been officially confirmed by DC or Warner Bros. Additionally, the report mentioned the possibility of Justice League‘s Snyder cut releasing on HBO Max, which has yet to be confirmed or denied.
Since Justice League‘s initial release, Snyder has teased several elements from his version that were not shown in the film’s theatrical release, which led to the #ReleasetheSnyderCut movement. Directorial duties on Justice League were taken over by Joss Whedon following Snyder’s departure.
A rumored private screening of Zack Snyder's Justice League cut could lead to a wider release of the film.