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No, there still isn’t a release date for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the four-part mini-series reimagining of Justice League (2017) that is headed to HBO Max some time next year.

But director Zack Snyder did drop a 2.5-minute teaser trailer on Twitter today — the third anniversary of the Justice League theatrical release, it’s worth noting — featuring a compilation of black-and-white shots from his version, which is currently in production. Instead of featuring any dialog, the trailer is set to Leonard Cohen’s rendition of the song “Hallelujah.”.

The trailer brings back all of the main cast from Joss Whedon’s Justice League, but mixes in new scenes and new faces — most notably Darkseid, who will serve as the big bad in Snyder’s miniseries.

Today’s trailer is not the first look fans have gotten of the long-awaited Snyder Cut. The first trailer debuted during this summer’s virtual DC Fandome event, but it was later removed from YouTube, reportedly due to music rights issues (it was also set to Leonard Cohen’s version of “Hallelujah”).

Fans can also download the VERO app to watch a breakdown of the trailer hosted by Snyder himself.