Well, it's finally here. The first official teaser trailer for Zack Snyder's Justice League, which Snyder has now confirmed will be a distributed on HBO Max, at least initially, as a four hour mini-series, comprised of four one-hour episodes. He does plan to, eventual, create a four-hour single film version.
But back on the trailer, which is made almost entirely of new scenes never seen before in the original 2017 theatrical cut, emphasizes how in-depth this version will be. Not only will all the characters get more screen time and individual story beats. For example, the trailer features Kiersey Clemons as Iris West, whose role was entirely cut from the 2017 version. In addition, a younger version of Darkseid is revealed along with the original Steppenwolf design. Check the trailer out below:
On a final note, as Snyder spoke on years ago and evaluated today, Cyborg will get much more screen time as he “is the heart of the movie. He’s the thing that holds the team together in the end. I’m excited for fans to see how that’s realized on camera.” He also teases the something cool for the Flash where Snyder remarks “you’re going to see something with Flash in this film that I don’t think you’ve ever seen… he’s a quantum character, so you might see him do something…”
In short, you wanted the Snyder Cut? You're getting it in how Snyder originally intended it. Hopefully, those who campaigned for it (And those who asked about it), will not be disappointed. Stay tuned!