Zack Snyder Clears Up A Significant Mystery From Justice League

With all the demands around the release of Zack Snyder’s original cut of Justice League, often referred to as the Snyder Cut, Snyder has occasionally revealed certain tidbits of the original version. In the film’s trailer, there was a certain scene where Bruce Wayne stood cross-armed and looked at an image projected in front of him. The scene, however, did not make the final film, and fans speculated who exactly was in the projected image. Thankfully, Zack Snyder just confirmed that the projected image was Superman. 

Speculation Around Projected Image in Justice League 

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The glimpse of the projection led to many rumors around who it was, from Superman to Green Lantern to Supergirl.

Though it always seemed likely that the digital projection was Superman, there were several rumors that implied it was Green Lantern or Supergirl. Some fans believed that there was someone who resembled Green Lantern reflected in Alfred’s glasses, while some others thought that the projection’s legs looked flesh-colored, while the moving cape made the person appear shorter. 

Zack Snyder’s Response To The Scene

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Zack Snyder originally planned for two films but had to drop the project halfway due to his daughter’s sudden death

The speculation didn’t remain for long, as Zack Snyder took to Vero to put an end to those guesses and confirm that it was Superman like most had guessed. The interaction can be found from a screenshot posted on


VERO: If you had any doubt who Bruce was looking at… from DC_Cinematic


Details Around The Scene 

Even after the release of Justice League, Zack Snyder’s cut of the film is still in high demand within the DC fandom

Another element that stood out in the scene was that, behind Bruce Wayne, there’s an almost unnoticeable presence of a van. This is the same van that the Justice League used to go to the cemetery in Smallville, steal Superman’s body and revive him. 


Source: Comicbook, Heroic Hollywood

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