Director Zack Snyder says there is an epilogue chapter, in addition to the six that have already been revealed, for his version of Justice League.
Director Zack Snyder says there is an epilogue chapter, in addition to the six already revealed, for his version of League of Justice, and it has an intriguing title. Zack Snyder’s Justice League It will finally launch next week, Thursday, March 18, on HBO Max. The movie will be very different from what was seen in theaters, including the fact that it will be divided into chapters. All six chapter titles were revealed last week, starting with Chapter 1, “Don’t Count On It, Batman” to Chapter 6, “Something Darker.”
The chapters have a dual purpose. First, they divide the story into obvious segments, but they will also allow audiences to divide their viewing of Zack Snyder’s Justice League in easier to digest sections if you wish. The movie is four hours long, and for some it may be easier to treat it like a television series, to watch it in smaller chunks. In fact, the release was originally intended to be a four-part television show, but HBO Max decided to release it as a single movie, keeping it as a coherent story. But now Snyder has revealed that there are actually seven chapters, if you include your epilogue.
Talking to Beyond the trailer, Snyder says that after Chapter 6 there is a “great epilogue” that has its own title and is clearly the end of this part of his Justice Leaguex. The final chapter, or epilogue, is titled “A Father Twice More” and will run for about 20 to 25 minutes before the credits appear. Snyder says the title wasn’t released with the other six chapter titles, but doesn’t mention why. You can read his full comments on the epilogue below:
There’s an epilogue called “A Father Twice Over” that, well, I guess it wasn’t published. The last part is called “Father Twice Over” and that, you know, brings you to the end of the movie. That’s the great epilogue … from there to the end it’s 25 minutes, 20 minutes, plus the credits. Actually, there are seven parts, yes.
The reference to a “father” is incredibly intriguing. The immediate connection would be to Silas Stone, Victor’s father, who helps rebuild him as Cyborg, which would technically make him a father twice. But, since Silas was shown to have died in advance for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, this might not be the case, unless it is resurrected as part of the time travel plot that seems certain to take place. However, it remains a possibility, given that Victor / Cyborg is the emotional heart of Snyder’s film.
But if it wasn’t Silas, who, then, could the father be? As the chapter is an epilogue, this is supposed to take place after the main plot and conflict have been resolved, meaning it could refer to any character, really, or maybe even a new one that hasn’t been yet. revealed. However, the public will soon be able to discover who the father is, with Zack Snyder’s Justice League on HBO Max next week.
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