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The Snyder Cut is real. Zack Snyder's Justice League is coming to HBO Max. Courtesy Warner Bros./HBO

See Superman & Cyborg in a New Teaser for “Zack Snyder’s Justice League”

Zack Snyder has taken to Twitter once again to give us a little taste of what’s to come at the DC FanDome Event, which begins this Saturday, August 22. Snyder revealed a new teaser for his Justice League cut, with the full trailer coming on August 22. Snyder will be revealing that trailer and more during his panel at the event, which begins at 5:45 pm ET on Saturday. His long-awaited vision for Justice League, which was upended when he had to leave the production due to a family crisis and handoff the reins to Joss Whedon, will finally be revealed on HBO Max next year.

Snyder has been dropping hints and peeks at his vision for Justice League for a long time, and those morsels became more than just dreamy “what could have been” asides once Warner Bros. gave Snyder the green light—and much-needed funds—to complete his vision. We’ve seen his new version of Steppenwolf, a glimpse at the supervillain Darkseid, and this intriguing teaser revealing a bit of how Snyder plans on using footage and audio from Batman v Superman to supplement in his new Justice League.

Check out Snyder’s teaser below, which gives us a glimpse of Superman (Henry Cavill) and Victor Stone (Ray Visher) when he was a football star, before the terrible accident that resulted in him becoming Cyborg.

We’ll share the full trailer when it arrives.

For more on the DC FanDome Event, check out these stories:

The Official Schedule for The DC FanDome Event is Here

DC’s FanDome Event is Bringing Together a Truly Epic Roster

The Batman & More Set For Warner Bros.’ Huge Virtual Event in August

Featured image: The Snyder Cut is real. Zack Snyder’s Justice League is coming to HBO Max in 2021. Photo Courtesy Warner Bros./HBO

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