New Justice League trailer brings all the heroes to the table
- Author: Carlos Nash Mar 27, 2017,
Mar 27, 2017, 0:46
The first official full length trailer for the upcoming Justice League movie has finally been released, which means there is plenty to pick apart for fans and critics alike.
The action-packed trailer features a heart-pounding soundtrack featuring The White Stripes' cover of the Beatles hit Come Together. Best of all, despite being directed by Zack Snyder, Justice League appears to have a much more fun and lighter tone, nearly making up for the dreary and disappointing Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The Zack Snyder-directed project will finally reunite the juggernauts of the DC Universe, and fans are hoping it will finally be the installment in the DCEU that will satisfy both fans and critics.
The new trailer doesn't fail to deliver glimpses of action and style.
The film's cast also includes Henry Cavill as Superman though he is missing from the trailer.
With Wonder Woman coming out in cinemas from June, the November release of Justice League will be DC's chance to build an interest in the stories of the lesser known heroes and establish the franchise as the answer to Marvel's superhero team-up film Avengers.More news: Nebraskans pledge to fight in face of Trump approval of pipeline permit
"Justice League" is still expected to add more members in the future, especially Green Lantern who is yet to be confirmed. Spoiler alert - at the epilogue of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, the Man of Steel sacrifices his life to defeat Doomsday.
In viewing the preview, one can realize the director's excitement when explaining his newest movie, slated for release November 2017. "And, I loooove it (sic)", an excited fan shared along with a GIF showcasing the scene where Arthur Curry aka Aquaman controls the menacing oceans with his weapon - the trident.
Let's be honest dc is a lot better at TV series than they are movies.
Joining them on the quest to save the day are The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher), in addition to a few minor appearances by Amy Adams' Lois Lane and J.K. Simmons' Commissioner Gordon.