Warner Bros. Pictures
The hotly anticipated four-hour-long director’s cut of “Justice League” arrived Thursday on HBO Max.
Assembled from hours of unused footage and cut together with newly filmed scenes, the Snyder Cut is an anomaly in the entertainment industry. Driven by a yearslong fan-driven social media campaign, Zack Snyder got a second chance at crafting his version of “Justice League.”
WarnerMedia, which is owned by AT&T, saw the fervent crusade for Snyder’s official cut of the movie as a way to appease ardent fans and pad its streaming service HBO Max with exclusive content.
However, the risk is “Justice League” may not pay back the dividends that WarnerMedia needs it…