Director Zack Snyder reveal’s black suited Superman

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During Saturday’s streaming of the Justice Con event Justice League Director Zack Snyder revealed a short clip from his cut of the 2017 film, slated for release on HBO Max in 2021.

The clip shows Batman alum, Alfred Pennyworth (played by Jeremy Irons), working on a car that resembles the classic Batmobile when a darkly clad Superman (played by Henry Cavill) drops in for a visit.

“I’m assuming you’re Alfred,” a recently resurrected Superman states. Alfred stands speechless. Fade to black.

During the stream, Snyder revealed that an official teaser for the film will be released within the next month, along with the official name for his version of Justice League.

“Keep an eye out,” Snyder said

Watch the entire stream here.

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