When Man of Steel was released in 2013, we had no idea it was building to an eventual shared world (which would later be unofficially dubbed the "DCEU").
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice brought those two characters together but also featured cameos from Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and The Flash, setting the stage for a team of heroes to assemble in Justice League.
We know what happened there, of course, but four years after its theatrical release, Zack Snyder's Justice League was finally shared with the world on HBO Max. The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement paid off, but it was followed by #RestoreTheSnyderVerse, with the hope being that Warner Bros. will allow the filmmaker to make his planned sequels.
Two years on and it's become obvious that won't happen, but the studio appears to be giving Snyder the chance to bring his time in the DCEU "Full Circle" with IMAX screenings of all three movies next month.
Now, the director is shifting his focus to creating a world based around Netflix's Rebel Moon franchise, but even if he bids DCEU fans a definitive farewell at this event, we have a feeling that won't bring an end to the campaigning!
Regardless, Snyder just dropped an awesome new poster for "Full Circle" that features Superman's statue from Justice League. "Super excited for this incredible 3-day event to benefit AFSP," he says. "Look for the link to purchase your tickets tomorrow at 8am PDT. Thank you Warner Bros. for all your support helping to make this happen."
It's interesting that he thanks Warner Bros., and it definitely feels like Snyder has been tasked with helping this transition from the DCEU to DC Studios' DCU without any of the usual backlash.
That's our guess, anyway, but you can check out this cool new poster below.