Zack Snyder plans to promote Justice League by releasing special behind-the-scenes photos over the next month on the social media platform Vero. Following a family tragedy, Snyder stepped down from directing duties on a DC trilogy that featured Man of Steel, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and next month’s Justice League. As many fans know, The Avengers‘ director Joss Whedon stepped in, causing some to question how close the final film will stay to Snyder’s original vision.
Since leaving the project, Snyder has continued to show plenty of support for the upcoming superhero team-up film. And although the director is not expected to do the press rounds with Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, and the rest of the cast, he will still help promote Warner Bros.’ latest.
As announced on his Vero account (via Reddit) Snyder will be releasing new behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Justice League over the course of the next month. He kicked things off with a very Zack Snyder-y photo of himself working at a desk.
While some fans will likely be thrilled to have access to some behind-the-scenes promotional pieces for Justice League, expectations should be tempered. Snyder is very much hands-off with the project at this point, as he’s even discussed how unfair it would be to those who took over if he came back and gave his input. Given that Snyder’s intended posts are going to be focused on the production of the film, those with a Vero account should anticipate future images from the director to be similar to this one — though in all likelihood they’ll be centered on members of the cast as they get ready to engage in some super heroics.
Whatever Snyder releases will add to the flurry of marketing materials Justice League will receive in the final month before it debuts. The studio recently started doing character themed weeks of content (which could culminate with Superman’s reveal potentially), and fans can anticipate an influx of TV spots to come. The marketing will ramp up as we move closer to release, especially after tickets go on sale at the end of this month. So, while Warner Bros. already has its own marketing plan in place, the studio will get even more coverage than previously thought thanks to Snyder.
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