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The invite-only virtual premiere of Zack Snyder’s Justice League was scheduled for earlier tonight, but outages at Microsoft have delayed it by more than four hours.
This virtual premiere was happening via Microsoft Teams, but those who were expecting to finally see Zack Snyder’s Justice League were met with an error message instead of the much-anticipated film.
“Microsoft is currently experiencing a systemwide outage affecting the platform for our virtual premiere. We will distribute access codes and links as soon as the system is restored. Thank you for your patience.” The message reads.
Zack Snyder himself took to Twitter to apologize for the delay, saying, “I have no words. Still waiting for info. So sorry.”
In our review of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, we said that it “is a surprise vindication for the director and the fans that believed in his vision. With a mature approach to its superhero drama, better-realized antagonists, and improved action, Snyder’s version of Justice League saves the movie from the dustbin of history, something that likely only could’ve happened on a streaming platform like HBO Max.”
For more, check out Zack Snyder’s explanation on why his Justice League has a cliffhanger ending despite having no sequel and 27 things we learned at IGN Fan Fest about the Snyder Cut from Zack Snyder himself.
Justice League Snyder Cut: All the Known Differences From the Theatrical Version
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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.