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At some point you got tired of hearing about the constant flow of new petitions calling for Zack Snyder to finally have a chance to deliver his very own version of Justice League after he quit in 2017 for personal reasons withdrawn the project and let Joss Whedon complete it. After a four-year ordeal, the time had finally come in 2021 and the spectacle that fans had been so longing for was released.
After ” Zack Snyder’s Justice League ” could previously only be streamed via Sky Ticket or purchased on Blu-ray and DVD for your home shelf, the four-hour mega blockbuster is now also available as a Netflix subscription . Anyone who hasn’t seen the film yet can get ready for a sheer unique comic bombast, in which gigantomania, which is limitless in the best sense of the word, is transformed into a black epic about loss and new beginnings.
This is what “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” is about
Superman ( Henry Cavill ) is dead. After the passing of the mighty superhero, humanity is in a worse state than ever before, especially since Batman ( Ben Affleck ) discovers a short time later that the earth is about to be invaded by an extraterrestrial force: the cruel Darkseid ( Ray Porter ) and his no less dangerous henchman Steppenwolf ( Ciarán Hinds ) now see their chance to reclaim the three Mother Boxes, powerful artifacts that Darkseid left behind on Earth thousands of years ago.
Together with Wonder Woman ( Gal Gadot ), Batman tries to gather a squad of heroes to face the attackers. But even together with the loner Aquaman ( Jason Momoa ), who rules the seas, the lightning-fast outsider The Flash ( Ezra Miller ) and the tech-savvy Cyborg ( Ray Fisher ), they don’t seem to be up to Steppenwolf and his army…
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