How is Zack Snyder's Justice League different from the original?

ZACK Snyder's Justice League is available to steam on American platform HBO Max.

The highly anticipated director's cut of the hit film was pushed for by viewers who labelled the 2017 version a botch.

What is Snyder Cut about?

In Justice League, the story picks up from the end of the last DC Extended Universe instalment in the timeline, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Bruce Wayne, who has just buried his foe-turned-friend Superman, decides to round up a group of superhumans with abilities to create a new order to protect the Earth.

After meeting Diana Prince (Wonder Woman), the duo set off to enlist the other members – The Flash, Cyborg and Aquaman.

However, soon after they do, their abilities are needed by a new threat that threatens to destroy the planet and everyone on it.

How is Zack Snyder's Justice League different from the original?

Zack Snyder's Justice League is the 2021 director's cut of the 2017 American superhero film of the same name.

The film is based on the DC Comics superhero team, which Snyder had planned before he left the film's production, following the death of his daughter.

Following the director's decision to step down, the 2017 version of Justice League, underwent massive production changes after Snyder's departure, and was taken over by Joss Whedon.

Whedon oversaw reshoots and other changes that incorporated a brighter tone, more humor and cut the runtime down significantly in accordance with a mandate from Warner Bros, and the movie received mixed reviews upon release.

Fans and cast members campaigned for a version of the movie more akin to Snyder's version, which was approved in February 2020.

How can I watch Zack Snyder's Justice League?

Fans can watch the Snyder cut of the Justice League by subscribing to HBO Max.

The film was released on the streaming platform TODAY (March 18).

HBO Max starts at $14.99 a month, and you can cancel your subscription at any time.

Unfortunately for UK viewers, HBO Max is only accessible in the U.S. and certain U.S. territories.

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