According to a source to The Illuminerdi, there are no plans for Zack Snyder’s cut of the Justice League to be released on the WarnerMedia Entertainment upcoming HBO Max streaming service, set to launch in May.
The breaking news first came from Andy Signore of FandomWire, who posted an exclusive article on the site regarding that his source have informed him that Warner Bros. and HBO Max will not be releasing Snyder’s Director’s Cut of Justice League on the streaming service with its launch.
Soon afterwards FandomWire broke the news, The Illuminerdi went on to reached out to their source at Warner Bros. who confirmed that Signore was indeed correct about the current status of Snyder’s cut of Justice League not being released on HBO Max, in May
As previously reported, a Justice League Dark live action drama based on characters within that universe by J.J. Adrams Bad Robot will go into production for HBO Max, thus far that’s the only confirmed DC Comics related media to be exclusively released for the streaming service. This is not to say down the line the Snyder Cut of Justice League won’t be released, but this does confirm it won’t launch with HBO Max.
The HBO Max is still set to launch next month, with a monthly cost of $15.
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