May 20th, 2020 is a day that shall be remembered by a lot of nerds worldwide. For others, it was just a Wednesday. But even on that day, when Zack Snyder announced he was getting to release his Justice League film, we never knew what it was called. In what feels like a spoiled surprise, The Hollywood Reporter announced that Zack got his Official Title: Zack Snyder’s Justice League. I feel that Zack would have preferred to have revealed that himself. Just like the Joker surprise to bring Jared Leto back for additional photography, but here we are.
Either way, Zack got what he wanted. We know this because he told us when we interviewed him back in August. So now we don’t have to worry about how to differentiate between the theatrical cut and Zack’s cut. Because one clearly has his name IN FRONT of Justice League. Just like he always wanted. And with additional photography happening as we speak, we’ll have to wait until 2021 to never think about Justice League because we’ll have Zack Snyder’s Justice League.
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