Today, some subscribers of HBO Max got an early peek at the ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ (aka The Snyder Cut), which is set to release on March 18th and is one of the most anticipated titles coming out this year. What actually happened – few people who tried to watch the latest cartoon comedy film ‘Tom & Jerry’ today, acceptedly ended up watching the upcoming R-rated version of Justice League, at least until HBO Max caught the error and killed the streams.
First spotted and confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter, that due to an error that began a few hours ago, some people were able to watch an hour or two of the four-hour-long Snyder Cut before their session was cut off by HBO Max. More specifically a Twitter user, Doug Bass, was first the person who noticed this strange glitch, tweeting:
But it’s not just the case with him, some other Twitter users also begun posting about the same error, which you can see below (spolier warning):
After it spreaded across social media, HBO Max confirmed that “Zack Snyder’s Justice League was temporarily available on HBO Max and the error was addressed within minutes.” At this moment, It’s unclear if this error was worldwide, or in certain regions. With Zack Snyder’s Justice League releasing on March 18 worldwide, this surely gets the Snyder Cut fans even more excited.