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How to watch Snyder Cut - here's where you can stream Justice League online

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Want to watch Snyder Cut online? Now's your chance - in the US, all you need is a HBO Max subscription (this gets you access to the black and white version of the movie, too). Meanwhile, the rest of the world can stream Justice League via services like Sky in the UK and Binge in Australia.

In terms of how much it'll cost to watch Snyder Cut online, US readers are looking at a $14.99 per-month HBO Max membership. Although this is more expensive than rival services such as Disney Plus, it's still a lot cheaper than visiting the cinema. What's more, you can choose between the standard or black and white version of the film. Dubbed 'Justice is Gray', the latter is supposed to be Snyder's preferred version of the movie. As such, this monochromatic remix is worth a look if you want to stream Justice League at its best.

You're getting plenty of other content to keep you busy via HBO Max, too. Besides director Zack Snyder's Justice League, you can binge the rest of the DC Extended Universe or go back to Christian Bale's version of Batman with the Dark Knight trilogy. In addition, everything slated for 2021 from Warner Bros. will be arriving on HBO Max and in theaters at the same time. Mortal Kombat has just landed and Godzilla vs Kong will be on the service until April 30. The Suicide Squad and Dune are coming later this year too.

As for international viewers, the price to stream Justice League is still pretty reasonable. As an example, anyone based in the UK and Ireland will find the movie exclusively through Sky and its variety of bundles. Australian viewers will find the movie on Binge as part of its $10p/m subscription. However, none of the above have the Justice is Gray version of the film just yet.

Wondering what makes this Snyder Cut of Justice League different? While we got a theatrical release of Justice League in 2017, director Zack Snyder's departure from the project resulted in reshoots that gave us something very different from his original vision. The abandoned 'Snyder Cut' reached borderline-mythical status as a result. Following a long fan-campaign to have it released, Warner Bros. offered Snyder the chance to tell the story he'd planned from the beginning. So even though it brings us a similar plot of Batman and Wonder Woman forming a team to protect the world from invasion, it's stuffed with new scenes and designs that were left on the cutting room floor for the theatrical launch.

For more info on what you're getting for your money with HBO, be sure to check out our guide to finding the best HBO Max prices.

Watch Snyder Cut - US

HBO Max | $14.99 per month

HBO Max | $14.99 per month
Want to stream Justice League or watch Justice is Gray, the black and white version of the film? It's easy -  all you need is a HBO Max subscription for $14.99. The revived director's cut is exclusive to the streaming service, so you won't find it anywhere else. You won't get it cheaper, either; there aren't any other HBO Max deals available at the time of writing, so this is the least expensive option open to you until the Blu-ray or DVD version arrives. However, you don't have to stick around if you don't want to - there's no binding contract, and cancelling before your second month rolls over will avoid any other fees.

Watch Snyder Cut - UK

Sky | See deals

Sky | See deals
Hoping to watch Snyder Cut? Even though the UK doesn't have HBO Max, you'll be able to stream Zack Snyder's Justice League via Sky. You can either put together a package yourself or opt for a Now TV Sky Cinema Pass for £11.99. The movie is exclusive to Sky in the UK, Ireland, Germany, and Austria, so it won't appear anywhere else. Luckily, there's a seven-day Now TV free trial to take advantage of if you're based in Britain. In addition, those watching from Ireland can grab the Sky Cinema Pass at a reduced rate of €7.50p/m for the first three months.

Watch Snyder Cut - Australia

Binge | $10 per month

Binge | $10 per month
If you want to watch Snyder Cut in Australia, you need Binge - the director's cut of Justice League will be available on that service via the $10p/m membership at no extra cost this March 18. In other words, you can stream Zack Snyder's Justice League day and date with the rest of the world if you've got Binge.

Stream Snyder Cut in other regions

Will you be able to watch Snyder Cut anywhere else? Yes. Even though HBO Max can only be found in the US right now, Zack Snyder's Justice League will still be available in Europe and beyond thanks to other streaming services. More specifically, it's up for 'view on demand' if you're not based in the US, UK, Ireland, Australia, Germany, or Austria - you pay to rent it, in other words.

In fact, the only countries that aren't getting the film yet are China, France, and Japan. It's unclear why, and the release date for Zack Snyder's Justice League in those regions is currently unknown.

Want more?

Want to make sure you can stream Zack Snyder's Justice League at its best? Don't forget to take a look at the best gaming TVs (available here for UK readers). They'll show off the movie in all its glory. At the other end of the scale, the best gaming sound system will make the most of Junkie XL's new score.

If you were keen to find out about the film itself, on the other hand, you can chart the biggest differences between Zack Snyder's Justice League and Joss Whedon's via our breakdown. We've got more than a few Zack Snyder's Justice League Easter eggs for you as well, not to mention details about whether Justice League 2 will happen. Finally, there's some tasty gossip on Zack Snyder's Justice League ending, to say nothing of what would have happened in Zack Snyder's Justice League post-credits scene. 

Looking for different streaming options? Be sure to visit our guides to the latest Hulu prices and bundles, our new Peacock TV costs roundup, and the best Disney Plus bundles. Similarly, we've listed other HBO content that should be on your radar below.


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Benjamin Abbott

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to Lego buying guides. I've been writing about games in one form or another for almost a decade (with bylines ranging from Metro.co.uk to TechRadar) and joined the GamesRadar+ team in 2018. I can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.