Zack Snyder has confirmed that Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be presented as a four-hour movie as opposed to a four-part miniseries as was previously announced.

Snyder took to his Vero account on Sunday to answer some fan questions and confirmed a few facts about his long-awaited Zack Snyder’s Justice League. The biggest piece of info is that the presentation has returned to that of a four-hour film as opposed to four one-hour episodes to make it into a mini-series. Snyder also confirmed that the four-hour runtime is without the credits, so it’s four solid hours of film.

Over the past few days the release date of Godzilla vs Kong moved up by two months from May 21 to March 26. This has caused some concerns amongst fans that Zack Snyder’s Justice League may be pushed back due to the blockbuster monster film, but Snyder confirmed that March is still the target month, but did not share a specific date as of yet.

With March rapidly approaching, we imagine that we’ll be hearing a firm release date by mid-February at the latest, but hopefully we’ll find out just a bit sooner.

For those of you outside of the U.S., Warner Bros. has still not confirmed its release plans, although it has stated on multiple occasions that it is working towards solutions. Snyder has also said there is a possibility of a theatrical release in the United States as well.