If you thought that Zack Snyder’s Justice League couldn’t get any darker, you were wrong, and the director never stops surprising his fans, and those who aren’t, releasing new versions of the same film, which hit theaters three years ago.
Well, it seems that Snyder has not only remade the movie that originally belonged to him, but rumored to have several different versions of Justice League in his possession, what he does with them or what the studio intends to do is still unknown, the only thing that is known is that a new version of the film in black and white will be released shortly.
This was announced by the official Twitter account of the film, which has also revealed the title of this new version, Justice League: Justice is Gray, which will also be released on HBO Max. Along with the ad, a small preview of it with a conversation between Ben Affleck’s Batman and Jeremy Irons’ Alfred.
– Zack Snyder’s Justice League (@snydercut) March 21, 2021
But this new version is not going to just involve a color change, because as many fans will have noticed, in the Snyder Cut you don’t hear Jared Leto’s Joker say the famous phrase “we live in a society”, and is that, as Snyder himself has explained, this is one of the scenes that has been saved for Justice is Gray.
“What I was trying to do was a second scene with the Joker for the black and white version, the charity version of the movie. There is a second ending to the movie, from the moment with Jared Leto, a little different, in which that phrase is included “, confessed the director in an interview with Wonder meg.