HBO Max is still lacking standout talking points in its original content like Mandalion was for Disney +, but they have the right candidates in Zack Snyder’s Justice League if it is released as a streaming series. HBO Max needs a Tampole property that can get people talking about the platform week-to-week, and between Zack Snyder’s 5-hour Justice League Assembly cut and some additional photos offered by Zack Snyder, the Snyder cut is exactly It can be done.
Disney + launched on November 12, 2019, with a large catalogue of most Disney, including selections from Fox, Marvel, Lucasfilm and National Geographic, but the most important topic of conversation during the first months was the Mandalorian. Despite having one of the most influential content libraries in the industry, the biggest buzz around Disney + was the weekly launch of the first-ever Star Wars live TV show.
The campaign for Snyder’s cut was born after Jake Snyder left the Justice League, and the film was rewritten and relaunched by Joss Whedon. This has been a hot talk for over 2 and a half years as we gradually learned more and more not only how different it was compared to the dramatic cutbacks, but also how it compared to what anyone realized was much more complete. The release of Snyder’s Cut is inevitable, so the only questions are when and how, and the answer is in HBO Max as a miniseries.
There’s been a push for some box office hits to premiere on HBO Max instead of the theatrical opening, but Universal’s drama, World Tour troll ride, has been given directly to VOD, the notion of something like Wonder Woman. 1984 or HBO Max But there is also a suicide squad landing. Ecstatic Although Warner Media has decided to risk its relationship with theatre owners with such a move, they will not cannibalize Warner Bros. Slate of the future, theatres open once they leave without their greatest attraction.
An exception to this situation is Zack Snyder’s deduction from the Justice League. This is quite different from the cut dramatically (it is estimated that only about 30 minutes of its 3 1/2 minutes appear in the theatrical cut), so this is basically new material. But most importantly, the main photography has already been completed, and the film’s visual effects watchers also say that a significant number of visual effects have been completed, and Tom Holkenborg has confirmed that they have finished the soundtrack.