Zack Snyder Reveals If Justice League Has Post-Credit Scenes

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A dose of Avengers with one spoon of Snyder's Justice League - story of a fan edit.
A dose of Avengers with one spoon of Snyder's Justice League - story of a fan edit.

Director Zack Snyder will premiere a new version of Justice League on the HBO Max platform in 2021.

Although post-credits scenes may seem like something exclusive to Marvel Studios, there are plenty of movies that use it. From FOX’s X-Men, Godzilla, Shazam !, Joss Whedon’s Justice League (2017), or even Wonder Woman 1984 which is about to be released. So it is interesting to know if Zack Snyder will include something at the end in the new version of the DC Comics heroes that he is preparing.

Director Zack Snyder was very clear and resounding when asked if Justice League has a post-credits scene. Since he confirmed that there was nothing after the letters appear with the names of those who have participated in the film. Something that is common in his cinema, since neither The Man of Steel (2013), nor Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) had post-credits scenes.

That Zack Snyder’s Justice League does not have post-credits scenes maybe for the best, because after a 4-hour movie it would be normal that nothing more needs to be explained.

We will not see the race between Flash and Superman.

Zack Snyder has already commented that he will not use anything that Joss Whedon shot, that includes the scene of the race between Flash and Superman. There was also another post-credits moment where we saw Joe Manganiello’s Deathstroke arrive at Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor ship. The conversation revolved around that they wanted to mount a League of Villains. This scene, however, may be included in the remake, but the conversation will be different. Since it supposedly anticipated the solo Batman movie directed by and starring Ben Affleck.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League will premiere sometime in 2021 on HBO Max and will feature a spectacular cast led by Henry Cavill (Superman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Ben Affleck (Batman), Ezra Miller (Flash), and Ray. Fisher (Cyborg).

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