Due to the ever-shifting release date schedule, this year's Super Bowl isn't quite the trailer hot spot that it usually is. In a normal year we'd be enjoying some first looks at a few of the biggest films set to be released in the summer, but with the fate of the blockbuster season unclear most studios are playing it safe. There are still some set dates to look forward to, however, and one of them is coming next month. In mid-March, DC fans will get to watch the cut of Zack Snyder's Justice League they've ceaselessly demanded for the last few years. And to celebrate, we now have the brand new preview!
Zack Snyder has been teasing fans hard with new footage from his cut of Justice League, and he seems to be enjoying dropping bread crumbs to keep fans hyped. So to mark the Super Bowl, he released a quick snippet of footage that's more than appropriate for the situation. You can check it out in his Twitter post below:
Zack Snyder found the perfect way to mark the big game! What better clip to release than one that shows Victor Stone battling it out on the football field. As many fans probably know, the long-teased football scene is one of the many sequences that wasn't included in the theatrical cut of Justice League. Fans have been eager to see it, as it not only looks thrilling but will also add to Stone's backstory, which was greatly reduced in the 2017 film.
What's even more exciting about this post is that it confirms fans will be getting another trailer on February 14. So fans will certainly be feeling the love this coming Valentine's Day.
When it comes to Victor Stone, Zack Snyder and Ray Fisher have been vocal in regard to just how important the character is to Zack Snyder's Justice League. The character's story seems to have a bit of everything, from athletic peaks (as seen in the clip) along with its fair share of tragedy. Snyder has also referred to Fisher as the heart of his director's cut.
The Snyder Cut will also add a number of other elements that fans didn't see on the big screen, including an appearance from Jared Leto's Joker. Not only that, but the film will also reveal Harry Lennix's General Swanwick as the Martian Manhunter.
The Super Bowl hasn't quite started yet, but Warner Bros. and HBO Max have gotten the party started early with the new look at Zack Snyder's Justice League. Though there was talk for many months about it being cut as a miniseries, it has been confirmed that it will now exist as a single movie, and it will be available to stream starting on March 18.