Black Adam's latest trailer replaced Joss Whedon's Justice League footage with Snyder Cut after fan backlash

    Black Adam's latest trailer replaced Joss Whedon's Justice League footage with Snyder Cut after fan backlash

    A recent promo for the movie was taken down and tweaked by WB after backlash from fans for using footage from 2017s Justice League. 

    Black Adam's latest trailer replaced Joss Whedon's Justice League footage with Snyder Cut after fan backlash

    The controversy occurred after a new promo which contained footage from Aquaman, Birds of Prey, Batman v Superman and the 2017s Justice League movie was released, which forced the studio to remove it from social media and the official studio Youtube channel and reuploaded without footage from the 2017 movie.

    The scene in question featured Steppenwolf played by Ciarán Hinds attacking earth in ancient times for the Mother Box, which was carried out by Darkseid in the Snyder Cut.

    The 2017 Justice League movie directed by Joss Whedon was universally panned by critics and fans and is mired in controversy after allegations of the director's toxic behavior on set.

    Many of the cast and crew involved have pointed out Whendon's problematic behavior the most vocal being Ray Fisher who accused the director of racist behavior.

    Fans where displeased with the movie for using the footage and shared their thoughts on social media

    Following the backlash star of the movie Dwyane Johnson tweeted the changed version of the promo with the caption "Corrected" followed by a fist bump emoji.

    While the new trailer did not use footage from the Snyder Cut instead using footage from Black Adam to replace it, the changed promo was well received by fans with many thanking the actor. 

    The movie is directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and stars Dwayne Johnson, Aldis Hodge, Noah Centineo, Sarah Shahi, Marwan Kenzari, Quintessa Swindell, Bodhi Sabongui, and Pierce Brosnan.

    Black Adam will hit the big screen on October 21, 2022.