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Zack Snyder Reveals Ultra-Violent ‘Justice League’ End

Zack Snyder Reveals Ultra-Violent ‘Justice League’ End

Zack Snyder reveals his epic and the ultra-violent end to his version of the Justice League movie, known to fans as the “Snyder Cut.”

In a series of posts on the Vero app as well as on social media, the end of Zack Snyder’s Justice League features Aquaman, Superman and Wonder Woman battling Steppenwolf.

Jason Momoa previously posted an image of Aquaman gutting Steppenwolf with his trident, which then sees Aquaman throw Steppenwolf in the direction of Superman, who in turn punches Steppenwolf to Wonder Woman where she beheads Steppenwolf with her sword.

Check out the action:

Aquaman, Superman versus Steppenwolf in Zack Snyder’s Justice League:

Jason Momoa Aquaman vs Steppenwolf Snyder Cut Justice League

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Zack Snyder’s most recent post on Vero includes artwork of Wonder Woman beheading Steppenwolf.

“Now you’re getting it,” Snyder said.

Wonder Woman beheads Steppenwolf:

Wonder Woman vs Steppenwolf Justice League Zack Snyder

It’s then known that as Steppenwolf is beheaded, that Steppenwolf gets transported back to Apokolips through a Boom Tube where Steppenwolf’s head lands at the feet of Darkseid.

New details include that Zack Snyder reveals that Darkseid stomps and crushes Steppenwolf’s head.

Darkseid in Zack Snyder’s Justice League:

Zack Snyder Darkseid Justice League

Pretty wild.

Zack Snyder also confirmed that the Darkseid appearance at the end of Justice League would have set up the sequel.

Zack also recently revealed the runtime for his version of Justice League, which comes in at 214 minutes, as well as details about Superman using the black suit for the majority of the movie.

Speculation and rumors are now offering that the “Release The Snyder Cut” will be released on HBO MAX, which launches in Spring 2020.  

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