Had the world been normal, this past weekend would have been one full of major new trailer debuts and internet-breaking news item at the San Diego Comic-Con. Instead, the virtual Comic-Con@Home was an underwhelming affair, with little in the way of anything actually worth talking about. The fan-organised Justice Con, however, has really shaken things up.
Designed to celebrate all things Justice League (the version being released on HBO Max next year, not the one Joss Whedon reshot most of back in 2017), the likes of director Zack Snyder, producer Deborah Snyder, and stars Ray Fisher (Cyborg) and Ray Porter (Darkseid) were all on hand to share plenty of new details about the "Snyder Cut."
That included more details on Fisher's allegations against Whedon, news on what will be revealed at the upcoming DC FanDome event, and intel on everything from new scenes to Why Snyder would rather destroy his Justice League than use anything that was reshot. If you're among those who wanted Warner Bros. to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut, there's an awful lot here to get really excited about.
That 15-second clip of Henry Cavill in the black Superman suit was obviously one big talking point, but arguably pales in comparison to some of the comments made during this virtual event's panels...