Zack Snyder’s version of Justice League is almost here, and we’ve received a new trailer for the HBO Max original which hits May 18 March The extensive new trailer has a lot to dissect with it includes more of Cyborg (Ray Fisher) as well as a new score, and this time it’s not in black and white Check out below

This brand new sound comes from composer Junkie XL, whom Snyder wanted to work with for the hotly contested Justice League 2017 but was replaced by Danny Elfman in the final stage of production, which was just one of the changes after Snyder’s departure from the movie and Joss Whedons Takeover

After years of fan campaign with great support from the cast, we will finally see Snyder’s vision of the superhero giant.As shown in the trailer, there will be more of the story of Cyborg, aka Victor Stone, The backstory of the character was originally supposed to be more extensive in Snyder’s version

Additionally, Snyder had a $ 70 million budget to upgrade the visual effects, add new scenes with more characters like the new super villain Darkseid, and pay for the fresh Junkie XL score The main difference between the streaming and the theatrical version, however, could just be the added violence and profanity that gave the HBO Max version an R rating

On Friday we had a sneak peek at the trailer: Snyder’s Friday tweet contained a short 18-second teaser video that offered the best view of Darkseid yet

In 2017, Snyder quit the Justice League after a family tragedy and left Whedon to end the film.Fans who were dissatisfied with the outcome fought for Snyder’s version of the blockbuster, and with the strong support of the cast, we’ll finally make it

Look forward to every four hours when Zack Snyder’s Justice League hits HBO Max next month, the movie will be streamed on supported devices in 4K UHD, HDR10, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos

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