Roughly six weeks out from its November 17 release, this is the final trailer we'll see for Justice League, though we'll surely get a whole bunch of TV ads in the weeks to come as Warner Bros. gives its superhero team-up a big push. But sometimes one trailer just isn't close enough, so we've gone through and screen-grabbed some key moments from the trailer so we can take a really careful look at this thing.
Fueled by the hero's restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Justice League sees Bruce Wayne enlist the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Naturally, this means I prefer the likes of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and so forth compared to many heroes you would find in the Avengers.
The latest "Justice League" trailer excited fans by showing Superman.
Meanwhile, Gadot said the tone of "Justice League" will be quite a departure from BvS in that the film is not dark or heavy in tone. Fusing Joss Whedon's upbeat atmosphere and fuse it with Zack Synders oil canvas style imagery and you've got an interesting movie visually.
Co-starring Ezra Miller (who naturally gets another amusing one-liner), J.K. Simmons, Diane Lane, Jeremy Irons, Connie Nielsen, Amber Heard, and Willem Dafoe, Justice League opens on November 17, 2017.
Given the track record of Warner Bros.' DC Extended Universe, you would think that Justice League was a make-or-break blockbuster that would decide the fate of the studio and this shared superhero continuity.
Well, "hidden", as we know it ends up in the possession of Dr. Silas Stone - and some of its technology is used to create the cyborg body of his son, Victor (played by Ray Fisher). While it's doubtful that Clark Kent will be going through an existential crisis in Justice League, it'll be interesting to see which way they push his character.