Before anyone panics about Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League being canceled, keep in mind that they have already put in over $70 million into the project. This is not to mention all the attention it was given at DC FanDome, with Snyder’s cut having its very own panel. It is also equally unlikely that this has anything to do with Ray Fisher or his complaints with Warner Bros. executives and production under Joss Whedon.
In an odd turn of events, Warner Bros. removed the official trailer for Zack Snyder’s Justice League from all of their social media accounts including YouTube, of which has been made private
: It has been reported by Aaron Couch of The Hollywood Reporter that the reason for the removal of Zack Snyder’s Justice League trailer was due to a dispute with the music rights for Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”
Additionally, the teaser trailers and sneak peeks for Zack Snyder’s Justice League are still available on many of Warner Bros. social media pages, so they definitely aren’t canceling it. No, what is likely happening is that Warner Bros. is changing something in the full trailer, hence why the YouTube video was set to private and not deleted. The best theory for what Warner Bros. is changing in the trailer is the Warner Max logo seen in it, which was recently announced to be phasing out.