A new batch of character posters offer close-up looks at the five main heroes of Justice League. In just a few more months, DC will attempt to score its second hit of 2017 by combining the company's biggest heroes. Given the success at the box office the DCEU has had so far, the movie is all but a guaranteed financial hit. But after the reception Wonder Woman received, many are wondering if Warners and DC can land something similar for their epic team-up.
Thanks to the continued marketing push surrounding Justice League, fans at least have a good idea of what things will look like when the movie arrives in November. Despite Superman sitting out the trailers, plenty of merchandise has confirmed the Man of Steel will return. We've seen a new toy featuring him and his fellow Leaguers, and recent posters have added Superman to the mix. With that in mind, a good portion of the film will still revolve around Wonder Woman and Batman joining forces with just the Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg. Now, we have some new detailed looks at each of those primary characters.
Warner Bros. has released new character posters for the members of the Justice League. Along with a new hi-def version of the film's Comic-Con poster, the five main heroes each get their own separate spotlight thanks to the images. Check them out in the gallery below:
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When the group poster first appeared, it was a marked difference from previous ones. Accenting the colors of each hero to evoke an Alex Ross comic book cover, the new images offer a much brighter take on the heroes than we're used to seeing in the DCEU. We've heard for some time that Justice League will be tonally quite different from Batman V Superman, and these posters offer a hint of that.
Likewise, the recent news that Joss Whedon will now be getting a writing credit on the film indicates just how involved he's been with the project. Along with helping to craft some of the story early on, Whedon's work adding extra scenes and dialogue during the film's reshoots phase looks to have had an effect on the final film.
The results should be interesting, especially as we learned recently that Justice League picks up right where BvS ended. Given the supposed tonal shift, it should make for an intriguing contrast to last year's film. And with the release date coming up fast, fans won't have to wait much longer to see how Justice League turns out.
Source: Warner Bros.
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