Justice League ‘Snyder Cut’ got the new trailer with Jared Leto as the Joker; Watch | movie theater

Justice League 'Snyder Cut' got the new trailer with Jared Leto as the Joker;  Watch |  movie theater

“Snyder’s Cut”, called by fans, edited by Zack Snyder of Justice League (2017), received a new trailer this Sunday (14). Look up.

Full of action and surprises, the trailer ends with a conversation between Joker (Jared Leto) with Batman (Ben Affleck).

“We live in a society where honor is a distant memory. Isn’t that right, Batman?” Joker says.

The film will be released in the United States on March 18 by HBO Max. The streaming service arrives in Brazil only in June.

Jared Leto as Joker in ‘Justice League’ ‘Snyder Cut’ trailer – Photo: Reproduction

At the DC Virtual Event in August, Snyder said the new version would be released in four parts of an hour.

Then, they will unite into one product for those who want to see everything at once. Snyder also said that they are studying a way to distribute the project to locations that do not yet have a platform.

‘Justice League’ ‘Snyder’s Cut’ to be released on March 18 – Photo: Disclosure

The movement began in 2017 via the hashtag #ReleaseTheSnyderCut, criticized by the “Justice League” after its launch.

Snyder commanded most of the film’s recordings, but had to withdraw from production before completion due to the death of his daughter. Also, who took over the director of the first two “Avengers” films, Joss Whedon.

Streaming platform HBO Max will arrive in Brazil in June this year. What day the platform will arrive in the country and package prices have not yet been released.

“Snyder’s Cut” is one of the most awaited releases in streaming this year.

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