Several observant viewers have noticed that Zack Snyder’s Justice League has mysteriously disappeared from HBO Max in several European countries.
Fans think it might be due to a music licensing issue, but others think Warner Bros. pulled the film to avoid having to reimburse the crew and actors who made the film.
Previously, the movie’s trailer had already been removed from Warners’ YouTube channel. They said it was about the aforementioned hassles regarding music rights.
Curiously Zack Snyder’s Justice League can currently still be streamed via Max in the United States. The film can also be shown in the Netherlands at the moment.
The real version
Another reason for deletion in some countries may be to write off the film on the tax return, which often happens in film studios. Currently, Warner Bros. nothing official yet.
HBO Max Europe users are frustrated as Zack Snyder’s Justice League finds itself pulled from the streaming platform without any form of warning. https://t.co/ebHt8fuxoF
— Screen Rant (@screenrant) July 15, 2023
When the original version of Justice League was released in 2017, Snyder was widely credited as the film’s director. However, it’s no secret that due to a tragic event in his family, Joss Whedon Snyder stopped filming Justice League took over. And that led to a movie that was very poorly received.
When the movie didn’t get enough in theaters either, all hope was a Justice League: Part Two pass. Snyder eventually managed to raise $75 million to complete his own director’s cut. This was later released for streaming in 2021.
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