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This Snyder Cut-Themed Meal Box Costs $130



Meal subscription boxes are all over the Internet these days, but only one of them will allow you to order Justice League-inspired junk food packaged inside a replica Mother Box.

Warner Bros. is teaming with Wonderland Restaurants to launch Wonderland At Home, a service where hardcore fans with deep pockets can order themed meal kits inspired by various WarnerMedia titles. Naturally, Zack Snyder’s Justice League will be the first movie to get a meal kit. Dubbed “The Mother Box,” this kit is priced at $130 for a two-person box and $260 for a four-person box. Think of it as a highbrow version of a Happy Meal tie-in.

Mother Box

Each box will include several pre-prepared, refrigerated food courses and multiple drink options, all inspired by different Justice League characters or restaurants from the DC Universe. Here’s a breakdown of everything you get:

  • Ocean Trench (fish and chips)
  • Big Belly Burger (pretty self-explanatory)
  • Resurrection (some sort of corn-based dish)
  • Ancient Themysciran Fire (???)
  • Snacks & Extras
  • Kool Brau Beer
  • Jitters Coffee (canned cold brew coffee)

The Wonderland at Home site indicates these boxes will ship to most locations within the US and UK. The program is expected to launch in April or May of 2021. Unfortunately, with The Snyder Cut confirmed for a March 18 debut on HBO Max, you may have to hold off watching it if you’re intent on getting the full experience.

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Among the many changes being introduced in Snyder’s version of Justice League, expect a new design for Darkseid’s herald Steppenwolf, the return of cut dialogue from Superman and Batman’s confrontation, and Joe Manganiello shooting new scenes as Deathstroke. The Justice League reshoots reportedly cost $70 Million, meaning WarnerMedia would probably like us all to pick up a few Mother Boxes.

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