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Here's How Long Zack Snyder's Justice League Will Actually Be

There are only a few weeks left until the premiere of Zack Snyder‘s Justice League movie on HBO Max and new details about the project have been revealed.

The movie, which is split into four parts, will have a total runtime of 242-minutes, according to a report from IGN

“It was meant to be two more movies,” Zack shared, while also revealing that the new cut of the film won’t feature any material that was envisioned for the sequel.

He adds, “It hints, as you would, at a potential other world. I’d plant the seeds as I had wanted to of what would come in the later films. That’s in there, but as far as those stories that would be to come – if ever that happened, which it does not look like it would – but I think it’s easy to speculate based on that and we can talk about that for quite a while.”

Zack did tease though that fans can expect a cliffhanger.

“It is a cliffhanger… the movie ends in a massive cliffhanger,” he shared.

Just recently, Zack opened up about how much he was actually paid for the film.

Justice League's Ray Fisher Makes New Claims About DC President, WarnerMedia Denies the Allegations

Justice League actor Ray Fisher is speaking out with more allegations about what happened in the investigation into his claims against director Joss Whedon.

The 33-year-old actor, who played Cyborg in the DC Comics movie, alleged that he was mistreated on set by Joss, who filled in as director when Zack Snyder had to step down due to a family tragedy.

An investigation into the claims was completed and Ray released a statement last year when that happened. His allegations were reexamined by fans and the media after several Buffy cast members spoke out against Joss.

In a new tweet on Saturday (February 27), Ray called out DC Films president Walter Hamada. He said, “Do ya’ll remember that time Walter Hamada and @wbpictures tried to destroy a Black man’s credibility, and publicly delegitimize a very serious investigation, with lies in the press?

He referred to the news that a new Superman movie will be written by a Black writer by adding, “But hey, Black Superman… A>E.”

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Ryan Reynolds Shoots Down Rumors He'll Be in 'Justice League' Snyder Cut as Green Lantern

Ryan Reynolds is responding to speculation that he will be appearing in Zack Snyder’s Justice League as Green Lantern.

You might remember that Ryan played the superhero, aka Hal Jordan, in a 2011 movie that was critically panned and a box office disappointment. One big positive is that he met his future wife Blake Lively on the movie!

A new profile about the movie in Vanity Fair says that there will be a major cameo at the end of the four hour film.

Ryan responded to the speculation that he’ll be the surprise cameo. He tweeted, “It’s not me. But what a cool pirate flag to cameo as Hal. Maybe it’s another GL? But for me, the suit stays in the closet. I mean, computer.”

Ryan is currently filming an exciting movie for Netflix.

Zack Snyder's Snyder Cut 'Justice League' Salary Revealed & It's Surprising!

Zack Snyder‘s “Snyder Cut” of Justice League is set to be released on HBO Max on March 18, 2021 and a Vanity Fair profile revealed some new details that might interest fans.

First, the director, who stepped away from the project after the tragic death of his 20-year-old daughter Autumn by suicide, never saw Joss Whedon‘s finished product.

“When we got to see what Joss actually did, it was stupefying,” a Warner Bros. executive told Vanity Fair. “The robber on the rooftop—so goofy and awful. The Russian family—so useless and pointless. Everyone knew it. It was so awkward because nobody wanted to admit what a piece of sh*t it was.”

“They came and they just said, ‘You can never see that movie,’” Zack recalled.

Zack also added, “I’m not getting paid. I didn’t want to be beholden to anyone, and it allowed me to keep my negotiating powers with these people pretty strong.”

You can watch the Snyder Cut trailer right here if you missed it!

'Justice League' Snyder Cut Debuts Official Trailer + First Look at Villain Darkseid!

The Zack Snyder cut of Justice League is coming!

A trailer for the highly anticipated re-cut of the 2017 film, set to hit HBO Max on March 18, arrived on Sunday (February 14).

The teaser for the upcoming feature includes more of Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and a new score from composer Junkie XL, who the director originally wanted to work with, but who was eventually replaced by Danny Elfman in the final production stages after Joss Whedon‘s takeover.

The teaser also feature more of Cyborg’s, aka Victor Stone’s, storyline, which was meant to be elaborated upon in the original.

There are also new scenes with more characters like the movie’s new supervillain Darkseid, as well as added violence and profanity, bringing the HBO Max version to an R-rating.

In the film, the greatest DC heroes came together for the first time ever on the big screen, including Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), the Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher). Together, they joined forces to prevent the supervillain Steppenwolf from destroying the Earth.

The director also revealed the Marvel movie he’d love to make one day.

'Justice League' Zack Snyder Cut Arriving at HBO Max in March - See the Release Date!

The Zack Snyder cut of Justice League is coming!

The highly anticipated new and original version of the 2017 DC Comics movie will premiere on HBO Max on March 18, WarnerMedia confirmed Friday (January 29), via Variety.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Justice League

In the film, the greatest DC heroes came together for the first time ever on the big screen, including Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), the Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher). Together, they joined forces to prevent the supervillain Steppenwolf from destroying the Earth.

After its original release, reviews were largely negative for the primarily Joss Whedon-directed film. Zack had to drop out originally due to a family emergency, leading to fans to call for a version of the film with his original vision in mind.

The director also recently revealed the Marvel movie he’d love to make!

Ben Affleck Says He 'Suffered' on 'Justice League' Set, But One Thing Made It Worth Doing

Ben Affleck is opening up about the one thing that was “worth every moment of suffering on Justice League.”

It’s no secret that Ben didn’t have the best experience while playing Batman and now he’s opening up about the reason why he decided to sign on for the project.

Ben played the role in 2016′s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and in 2017′s Justice League. He also did a cameo in 2016′s Suicide Squad and will have a small role in 2022′s The Flash.

“I did Batman because I wanted to do it for my kids,” Ben said in an interview with THR‘s Awards Chatter podcast. “I wanted to do something that my son would dig. I mean, my kids didn’t see Argo.”

He continued, “Zack [Snyder] wanted to do a version of the Frank Miller Dark Knight graphic novel series, which is a really good version of that. Unfortunately, there are a lot of reasons why things go the way they do in the movie business, and just because your face is on the poster doesn’t mean that you’re dictating all of those things — and even if you were, that they would go well.”

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