For a long time it was not sure whether Zack Snyder's "Justice League" would get a cinema release at all. With the controversial Warner plans of publishing all the big movies of 2021 simultaneously on HBO Max and on the big screen, there shouldn't really be any further drawbacks. Due to Synder being a big fan of cinema releases himself, he consequently insists "Justice League" to be released in theaters as well, but so far without any official statement from Warner Bros. He did have to wait long enough. After all, the director had to leave his project at an early stage because of family reasons, which made him hand over the post-production to Joss Whedon with rather moderate success. There is also news in regards to age restriction, because according to Snyder's own statement, an R-rating is to be expected. On the one hand, there are many F-words, on the other hand, explicit violence is very often shown. The US release of Zack Snyder's "Justice League" is said to be in March 2021. A potential cinema release date has yet to be announced.