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HBO wants you to eat a $130 box meal while watching the reworked Justice League

Last May, Warner Bros. announced that the long-sought director's cut of Zack Snyder's Justice League would finally see the light of day, thereby confirming that tweeting incessantly at companies actually works. On Friday, HBO set the release date for March 18th, and additionally announced the existence of a $130 "Snyder Cut" meal box to go along with it.

The "first-of-its-kind, immersive, at-home dining experience" comes packaged like the Mother Box and includes themed food like an "Ocean Trench" appetizer of cod and chips for Aquaman, and a "Big Belly Burger" for the Flash, The Verge reports. Here's a look at the full menu (which evidently offers vegetarian substitutes on request):

Warner Bros. promised "further boxed dining experiences" for some of its later 2021 releases, including, hopefully, piragua for In the Heights, a sub from the Terminal A Jersey Mike's for The Many Saints of Newark, and gummy sandworms for Dune.