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Zack Snyder's Justice League trailer revealed at DC FanDome and shows black suit Superman in action

It's real. A Justice League Snyder Cut (opens in new tab) trailer has been revealed at DC FanDome (opens in new tab). There's Black Suit Superman, Darkseid, and Zack Snyder's knack for brilliant musical choices waiting for you within. Watch above

Set to Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah," the trailer – which leaked before the official FanDome panel – for Zack Snyder's Justice League will be certain to satiate those who have waited literal years for this moment: a joining together of the JL with shots of Wonder Woman, Batman, Cyborg and Aquaman to kick things off.

Then, the kicker: Black Suit Superman in all his glory. We'd seen Henry Cavill's darker take on Krypton's last son before at JusticeCon (opens in new tab), but this is fully finished CGI and looking every inch the finished product.

Of course, it's the Justice League's rogues' gallery that might get tongues wagging even more. There's the re-designed Steppenwolf – a more menacing take on the Big Bad from Joss Whedon's 2017 movie – plus a shot of Darkseid that formed part of the very first teaser for the Snyder Cut. (opens in new tab)

And, yes, it is officially now the Snyder Cut. Snyder had suggested there was some red tape involved in getting that cleared but the Justice League trailer puts it front and centre. Unfortunately, no release date yet. Zack Snyder's Justice League is still set for a "2021" release window. However, we do now know that the "movie" will be split into four, hour-long parts on HBO Max. 

For more from DC's virtual event, check out the full DC FanDome schedule (opens in new tab).

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