I hope we get three movies in IMAX. And I don’t know if it’s three days or one day, maybe we should break it down, Snyder told you, Miracle Meg Tubera. I don’t know how we’re going to do it, but the idea is to try to get everybody to come – I don’t know what the price is going to be, we’re going to try to set the price for the weekend – we’re going to give half the money [to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention] and the rest for whatever it takes to put this thing together.
Snyder advised hardcore fans to book flights and hotels, as it will be a huge spectacle with cosplay and photo ops.
We might as well do [a session]. Even if it were two days, it would be nice to do Man of Steel and BVS and then Justice League, or Man of Steel and then BVS and Justice League. I don’t know, we’ll find out, Snyder said. The ideal situation is three days, so we can do one [day] at a time and try to get everyone who made the film together and have a good time. We can look for a date in October. We’ll see.
Earlier this month, Snyder held a private raffle of tickets to a private IMAX charity screening of Zack Snyder’s Justice League in San Francisco. The event, with a very limited number of attendees, was held to benefit ASFP, the charity at the center of many fundraisers on the long road to the release of the Snyder Cut.
Snyder recently made a new version of Batman v Superman and has since finished the upcoming Justice League: Justice Is Gray Edition, a black and white version of the Snyder version. The filmmaker is a big fan of Justice in Grey IMAX Edition, which he calls the ultimate version of Justice League, a ridiculous penultimate film that shouldn’t exist at the highest fetish level. Snyder will be the 20th. The month of March will provide a first glimpse of the new version.
And of course the black and white version of Justice League will be shown on HBO Max at some point after its release, I assume, and you’ll be able to see it on [there] somehow. I don’t know how you’re going to get there, but that’s the plan, Snyder said at last year’s IGN Fan Fest. As for IMAX, I hope that when people can go back to the theater to see movies, we can get fans to go inside to see both the color and black and white versions of Justice League on the big screen. This is a day and evening event. That’s pretty cool.
Starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, Ciaran Hinds, Ray Porter, Joe Manganiello, and Jared Leto, Zack Snyder’s Justice League airs on HBO Max.