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Zack Snyder’s Justice League Trailer Is Already Being Worked On

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Zack Snyder's Justice League Trailer Is Already Being Worked On

Zack Snyder has confirmed that he is already working on the Justice League trailer. The director officially announced that he is working on his original version of the movie earlier this week. The Snyder Cut will debut sometime in 2021 on HBO Max and DC fans are ecstatic. Over two years of pushing the studio to release the Snyder Cut has finally paid off in a major way and the release isn’t too far away from now. It was the good news that a lot of people needed to hear from a platform based on positivity.

Zack Snyder released an image from his version of Justice League this morning on social media. Instead of the normal black and white images that he has been sharing over the years, this one is in color. The focus of the image is Ryan Choi, but fans were more interested in asking questions about the Snyder Cut. One fan asked in the comments section, “I gather you’re in the editing process. Should I expect a trailer though?” Snyder responded with a simple, “Working on it.”

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As for when we’ll be able to see the first Snyder Cut of Justice League trailer, that is unclear. The director is currently in the post-production process and the special effects are being taken care of. It’s also unclear just how far along Snyder and crew are in the process, though one can expect the director to keep fans updated, since that’s something he does quite frequently. It’s actually kind of surprising that the announcement didn’t come with a trailer or teaser, which leads one to believe that they’re just getting started.

Zack Snyder was approached by Warner Bros. back in November of last year to see if he was interested in returning to his version of Justice League. The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement had finally put enough pressure on the studio to get them to do something about it. The movement trended multiple times a month on social media over the span of two years and became something the studio could not ignore any further. In addition to being persistent, the movement was also positive. They raised thousands of dollars for worthy causes and even got fast food restaurants like Subway in on the deal.

The grassroots campaign accomplished something that most major studios wish they could pull off in terms of promotion. In the end, Zack Snyder agreed to come back on board and spoke to members of the cast about returning to take care of some voiceover work. Hopefully Snyder and crew can use some of the recent down time the world has received as a head start on the post-production process of Justice League. We’ll just have to keep our eyes glued to Zack Snyder’s Vero account for some trailer news. You can check out the image below.

Michael Leahy has worked in various news organizations and now aims to make Report Door one of the best and fastest growing news websites in the U.S. He contributes to the US section. He loves going around different people in the US and loves meeting new people and making new friends.

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Bigg Boss 13’s Shehnaaz Gill Fears That She Will Be Forgotten by Fans Once The New Season Airs, Says ‘The Craze Is Rather Short-Lived’

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Bigg Boss 13’s Shehnaaz Gill Fears That She Will Be Forgotten by Fans Once The New Season Airs, Says ‘The Craze Is Rather Short-Lived’

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sShehnaaz Gill grabbed a lot of limelight, thanks to her stint on the controversial reality show Bigg Boss 13. Her bindass, chirpy and crazy antics was loved by fans and in no time she ruled the hearts of many. Not to miss, she also played the tricky game quite well and that’s the reason she became the second runner-up of the season. Post the reality series, Gill has been entertaining her fans as she was seen in a wedding based show titled Mujhse Shaadi Karoge and also did a few music videos. Now, in an interaction with Pinkvilla, the Punjab Ki Katrina Kaif opened up on what type of work she wants to do ahead in her career and also added what fears her the most. Keh Gayi Sorry: Shehnaaz Gill and Jassie Gill’s Heartbreaking Melody Gets a Thumbs Up From Fans (Read Tweets). 

Shehnaaz in the chat said how she wants people to see more beyond the crazy girl they saw on BB 13. She said, “People think Shehnaaz can only act crazy and she just knows things like Gidda. However, I want people to see the other side of me, and I want to show them that I can do a lot of things, I am an actress and I can play various kind of roles. I want to try everything so that people feel that there are so many things she can do. I want people to know that I am multi-talented and there is beyond the Shehnaaz they have seen inside the Bigg Boss

house and there is a lot that she can do.” Eid 2020: Shehnaaz Gill Approved Outfits That You Can Flaunt While Celebrating Eid al-Fitr With Family (View Pics).

She further expressed her fear about how fame is shortlived and one day she will be vanished from the minds of her fans. “People might forget me, the new Bigg Boss might come soon because the craze is rather short-lived and so, I wanted to work. None the less, it is okay and if people find me talented and remember me, I will get work if people think I am fit for it and if I have good luck. If I like something, I will definitely do it, but if I don’t like it, money is not what matters to me, but the good work that counts. I think on the spot and that is how my decisions are taken, and I don’t have any plan,” she added. Keh Gayi Sorry: Shehnaaz Gill and Jassie Gill Play Heart-Broken Lovers In The Song, Promise to Release Their Break-Up Ballad’s Music Video After Lockdown (Watch Video).

Well, all we would say is that Shehnaaz really poured her thoughts well in the interaction. Meanwhile, on the work front, she was last seen in a music video alongside Jassie Gill which was titled as ‘Keh Gai Sorry‘. Stay tuned to LatestLY!

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Rudy Giuliani interviews alleged mistress Maria Ryan on radio show

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Rudy Giuliani interviews alleged mistress Maria Ryan on radio show

Rudy Giuliani is pulling out the big guns to hype hydroxychloroquine — his alleged mistress, to be precise.

Beltway insiders were amused to hear the former NYC mayor interview Maria Ryan — the woman with whom Giuliani denied having an affair after ex-wife Judy claimed they were still married when Ryan and Giuliani got together — as a medical expert on his radio show, “Uncovering the Truth.”

The insiders also noted with some glee that he framed her as a medical expert and kept calling her “doctor” — even though her doctorate is in hospital administration and came from an online university that shut down after a failed attempt to become accredited, according to reports.

The pair didn’t mention their off-air relationship during the Memorial Day chat, in which they claimed that hydroxychloroquine is broadly safe and effective to fight COVID-19.

“It’s pretty sad to see Rudy’s decline from ‘America’s mayor’ to hawking snake oil cures on a radio show that no one listens to,” said a DC insider. “At this rate, he’s going to be touting drinking bleach as a coronavirus cure on late-night infomercials before too long.”

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Chris Evans almost rejected ‘Captain America’ over panic attacks

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Chris Evans almost rejected 'Captain America' over panic attacks

Even superheroes can suffer from anxiety.

While he might seem like a paragon of confidence on screen, “Captain America” actor Chris Evans reportedly rejected the star-making role several times due to debilitating panic attacks.

“All of a sudden your hobby becomes your job,” Evans, 38, told the Hollywood Reporter’s “Awards Chatter” podcast of struggling to cope with his meteoric rise. “Anxiety comes with that.”

As a result, the “Avengers” star repeatedly turned down the opportunity to try out for the part of Steve Rogers in 2011’s “Captain America: The First Avenger,” despite a proposed salary increase and an offer to cut his daunting nine-film contract to six flicks.

“My suffering would be my own,” lamented Evans, who worried that the prominent movie role would cause his anxiety to spike. He also feared how he would be viewed on social media as it was “during the proliferation of the internet age where all of a sudden you can read people’s reactions online,” says Evans.

Captain America’s battles with anxiety reportedly began in 2010 while shooting indie film “Puncture.”

“It was the first time I started having mini panic attacks on set,” Evans says, adding that he wasn’t sure if “this [acting] is the right thing for me.”

Despite his repeated rejections, Marvel offered him the role of the star-spangled superhero outright, which Evans finally accepted. He changed his tune after consulting “Avengers” co-star Robert Downey Jr., a therapist and several family friends, who told him not to make decisions based on fear.

“It was the best decision I’ve ever made,” says Evans, who also played Johnny Storm, a k a the Human Torch, in Marvel’s critically panned 2005 flick “Fantastic Four” and its 2007 sequel, “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.”

And he was able to conquer the panic attacks before they became an issue.

“To be honest,” he says, “all the things that I was fearing never really came to fruition.”

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