Justice League Snyder Cut features Superman in black
In a new clip from the Snyder Cut, which has gone viral on social media, Henry Cavil's Superman is seen in a blackout fit
Diehard fans of Justice League organised an event #JusticeCon alongside ComicCon and Zack Snyder was part of the event. At this event, the filmmaker released a new clip from his version of the Justice League, popularly known as Snyder Cut.
The short clip features Superman in a black outfit, something the fans have been waiting to see for a while now. In the clip, Jeremy Alfred's Alfred is seen working on the car when Superman in black descends down from the sky. He then says, "I'm assuming you're Alfred."
The clip has found its way online and has become a hit among fans of Justice League, who are waiting with bated breath for the release of Snyder Cut on HBO Max.
Justice League, which was released in 2017, received underwhelming reviews. The film, which was initially directed by Zack Snyder, was later taken over by Joss Whedon as the former had to back out of the project due to personal reasons. However, Snyder had shot a significant portion of the film and fans have ever since campaigned for the release of his version.