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Will the 'Snyder cut' of 'Justice League' be better than the theater release?

Although "Justice League" hit theaters in 2018, there's an alternate version of the film floating around in the ether. To fanbases, it's known as the "Snyder cut," and it is the movie's original director, Zack Snyder's, vision brought to life. Snyder left "Justice League" in 2017 when faced with a family tragedy, but he has since returned to project to provide fans with the lengthier—and possibly more dramatic and complex—version of the film. Warner Brothers Media announced Snyder's version will launch on HBO Max in 2021. Some fans can't wait to sink their teeth into a different "Justice League," which was largely a disappointment in theaters. Others don't have much hope that Snyder's version will be much better than the original. What do you think?

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It's no secret that "Justice League" was a disappointment, and Snyder's version of the film could be its redemption. According to IMDbrief, prior to stepping away from the movie in 2017, Snyder wrapped filming and reportedly completed a rough-cut, but he was unable to participate in post-production. In his absence, "Avengers" director Joss Whedon was brought on to "write and direct reshoots" and finish the film. 

"Avengers" is known for it's balance of light-hearted jokes and impending-doom superhero drama, and the "Justice League" we saw in theaters echoed this style, but fell short in its execution. 

Snyder's cut of the film is indeed real and it will see the light of TV screens via HBO Max in 2021. The film could be a four-hour movie or it could be a limited miniseries. Either way, fans are hopeful that Snyder's true intention for the film will result in a more complex story than what they saw in theaters. 

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But let's be clear, "Justice League" was not good, at least, according to most fans with high expectations. The movie holds a 40 percent rating from critics at Rotten Tomatoes and a 71 percent ratings from fans (at the time of publication)—a number most would be shocked by. Editing and post production can certainly make a world of difference with any film, but if the original plot of the movie remains in tact, the Snyder cut of "Justice League" is just as likely to flop as its theater release. Some fans aren't holding their breath. 

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