Indian Fans will finally see the original “Justice League” director’s true vision of the film later this year. After years of speculation and rallying from fans, the “Snyder Cut” will globally stream on March 18, 2021.
WarnerBros spokesperson said: “We know how much Zack Snyder’s Justice League means to our legions of DC fans in India and are fully committed to making the movie as widely available as possible around the same time as the global premiere on March 18. We are in discussions with local and global partners and will have more details shortly.”
The parent company of Warner Bros. clearly seems committed in ensuring a global launch for Zack Snyder’s Justice League. And for good reason. With the recut version of the 2017 movie going directly to streaming — it’s exclusively on HBO Max on March 18 in the US — that means there’s a much greater piracy threat hanging over the film’s neck. If WarnerMedia is unable to give DC fans worldwide legal access to the film, they will just find other ways to watch Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
The mention of “local and global partners” is interesting in that light. In the past, WarnerMedia has said that in regions where HBO Max doesn’t have any launch plans, it would continue to work with existing partners. In India, Warner Bros. has tie-ups with all the big names. Some films are on Netflix and others on Amazon Prime Video. Meanwhile, Disney+ Hotstar has most of the HBO content.
The last bit has led to speculation that Zack Snyder’s Justice League could end up on Disney+ Hotstar, but it’s worth noting that HBO and HBO Max are very different entities, despite the shared name. Disney’s deal is limited to HBO, which is why not a single HBO Max original has landed on Disney+ Hotstar. Netflix and Amazon seem more suited for a deal for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, given their ties to Warner Bros. India, but it would be surprising if WarnerMedia chose to work with a third-party. As of now, Justice League Snyder Cut is limited to HBO services globally.
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In India, WarnerMedia has ties with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+ Hotstar and might release same as per global release on March 18.
Justice League had been helmed by director Zack Snyder through most of its production, but Snyder stepped down in May 2017 during post-production following the death of his daughter, and Joss Whedon took over at that point, completing the film as an uncredited co-director.
WarnerMedia spokesperson said: “We know how much Zack Snyder’s Justice League means to our legions of DC fans in India and are fully committed to making the movie as widely available as possible around the same time as the global premiere on March 18.
The Snyder Cut Will Debut on HBO Max in March of 2021. We previously knew the director’s cut of Justice League would release on HBO Max in 2021, but on January 29, in an email release of three new posters for the project, we got the official premiere date: March 18, 2021.
The Snyder Cut Will Fix Justice League’s Look & Tone. The look of the villain, Steppenwolf, has been improved, and Darkseid is now going to be in the film, something fans have been anticipating for a very long time. … Snyder’sfirst foray into DC, Man of Steel, is the obvious comparison, but with more heroes.
Justice League 2: DC’s new approach. Warner Bros. As we mentioned in the intro, DC has changed its approach since the release of Justice League that makes a team-up movie, like Justice League 2, unlikely in the near future.
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