Zack Snyder’s Justice League Surprises Fans with the Accidental Release

Fans have been eagerly waiting for the debut of one of the most anticipated movies of the year and on Monday. Zack Snyder’s Justice League surprised some HBO Max subscribers with an accidental release.

Due to some unknown reasons, when some HBO Max users attempted to play Tim Story’s Tom and Jerry. The upcoming Zack Snyder’s venture played instead. But in no time the service provider addressed the error and removed Zack Snyder’s Justice League.


The accidental release of Justice League first came to light when Doug Bass from North Carolina spotted the light on it through his Twitter account. Bass quickly posted a screenshot from the movie featuring the back of Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck). Joking that someone at HBO Max was “getting fired.”

Bass told The Hollywood Reporter he attempted to watch Tom & Jerry. But instead was able to access one hour of Justice League before it was cut off.

Several other users were also able to access the Justice League via HBO Max. Others noted that when they attempted to play Tom and Jerry, first an error message appeared. And then the one hour Snyder’s Justice League began.


The Warner Bros’ movie is all set to make its debut on 18th March.

When the users tried to restart the film, Tom and Jerry began to play suggesting that users were able to cache a certain amount of the film in the window it was available.

Justice League is one of the biggest projects of Warner Bros. And they can’t afford it to be leaked, so in no time they took it down. And Twitter also sent a takedown notice to the users who posted the screenshot on their behalf.

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Zack Snyder’s Justice League has been fascinating the fans since it was announced. The Warner Bros’ movie is all set to make its debut on 18th March.

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