There has been a new development with the Zack Snyder version of Justice League, the most controversial movie in the DC Cinematic Universe. In a section shared from the movie, the black costume Superman, which is not seen in the movie version, is seen.
Neither at the box office or in the eyes of the fans, one of the most controversial films of the DC Cinematic Universe, which could not be as successful as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was the Justice League, which was released in 2017.
Sitting on the film’s directing seat, Zack Snyder abandoned the project after his daughter’s suicide and was replaced by Joss Whedon, who also appeared in Marvel films. After the negative criticism of the film, Snyder said that this was not the film he made and ignited the controversy.
Superman in black costume
— IGN (@IGN) July 25, 2020
‘Justice League: Snyder’s Cut’ was brought to the agenda after the famous director ignited the controversy. Warner Bros., the film’s producer studio. After the discussions, Zack Snyder’s Justice League announced that it will be broadcast on HBO Max, its platform.
A small section of the film was released at JusticeCon on Saturday. In this published section, we see Henry Cavill in a black Superman costume, which was not included in the movie’s version released in movie theaters.
On the stage, we see Superman’s arrival at Batman’s lake house. Alfred Pennyworth, played by Jeremy Irons, is visited by Superman while working on a car. “I think you’re Alfred,” says Superman, and the scene ends here.
This was not the only development in JusticeCon either. Ray Fisher, who plays the character of Cyborg, talked about the abusive behavior of Joss Whedon, who was shooting again, on the set. Fisher said that Whedon was “afraid” of the ongoing investigation and that if he was not correct in his own words, he could sue him.
Also, Zack Snyder shared an improvement on the movie. The famous director said that the images of Joss Whedon will not be used in Zack Snyder’s Justice League movie. The movie will be presented to the audience at HBO Max in the first half of next year.