The DC villain will appear in the long-awaited “Snyder cut” when it comes to HBO Max next year.
After fans and cast members marked the two-year anniversary of the 2017 release of Justice League last year with the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign on social media, it was recently confirmed that the director’s extended version of the film will be released on the HBO Max streaming platform.
Snyder left production on the movie following the death of his daughter, leading to multiple rewrites and reshoots, leaving fans clamoring to see his original vision.
He's coming… to HBO Max pic.twitter.com/tthWwAqzWp
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) May 27, 2020
This week, Snyder tweeted that a certain supervillain from the comic books, whom many suspected to have played a role in the original script for Justice League, will in fact be making an appearance in the extended cut. That’s right, Darkseid is coming to HBO Max, and Snyder just shared a glimpse of the infamous bad guy.