There’s no official viewership report yet from Warner Bros. on Zack Snyder’s Justice League. But it seems like it’s already a smash hit!
Deadline recently shared the news, suggesting that Zack Snyder’s Justice League topped Marvel’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier in streaming!
The Snyder Cut is turning out huge!
‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ is doing great.
The latest viewership data from Samba TV, reported by Deadline, showed that Zack Snyder’s Justice League attracted 1.8 million people upon its premiere.
On the other hand, Disney Plus’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier outperformed its predecessors, The Mandalorian and WandaVision. Disney recently shared official data.
HBO Max is yet to announce its viewership result from last week.
But now it seems like Snyder’s Justice League dominated Falcon and the Winter Soldier in overall streaming views upon their simultaneous releases.
One significant fact is that the Snyder Cut couldn’t attract a larger audience than Wonder Woman 1984.
The Gal Gadot flick last year drew around 2.2 million viewers on WB’s streaming platform.
Looking at the overall picture, the unseen cut of Justice League has undoubtedly impressed the fans who wanted it so badly. Despite competition from Marvel, it successfully managed to gain a large viewership, at least per Samba TV’s data.
Upcoming DC content in the future
Meanwhile, Warner Bros. is currently busy with its planned new slate of DCEU.
So many reboots within a rebooted franchise!
Speaking of what’s coming in the future, then later this year, James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad will release.
Matt Reeves’ The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson, is also finished filming. And now it’s set to make its theatrical debut in March 2022.
Aquaman 2 will enter into the production phase this summer. James Wan, alongside actor Jason Momoa, will return to helm the sequel to 2018’s DC blockbuster. However, there are still doubts over Amber Heard’s re-entry as Mera. WB has to reveal an official word on her.
Coming back to Zack Snyder’s Justice League, again, it’s available now on HBO Max. A black-and-white version titled Justice is Gray is set to arrive soon as well.
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