The final trailer for one of the most anticipated films of the year, Justice League, is finally here. With just a month and a half left before the big DC superhero team-up movie blasts through cinemas, Warner Bros. has rolled out one more sneak peek of the film before we get the full experience in November. Starring some of DC's biggest superheroes - Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg - all together for the first time, it's a major event for the DCEU.
During the last several months, the marketing machine for the film has been kicked up a notch, with merchandise, cool new character posters, and short promo clips expanding the view of the film - but trailer. The most recent one we have seen dates all the way back to July during this year's San Diego Comic-Con where the cast (except Cavill) hosted a full panel and presented a lengthy and jampacked sneak peek. Since then, Warner Bros. has not yet released any additional scenes in any form, waiting for just the right time to roll it out. That time is now.
WB has just dropped the new Justice League trailer, which can be watched in full above.
The big thing about the trailer is the more overt focus on Superman. Kal-El doesn't make his triumphant return in any of the footage here, but we do get an appearance from Henry Cavill's Clark Kent in a dream sequence at the start and it's clear that his absence has begun to send the world into a downward spiral. What follows is the team uniting as has been teased before, but this time with much better special effects.
In the second half, a lot of the money's on screen, with epic fight sequences - Aquaman fighting parademons in the air, being grabbed by Cyborg then landing on the Batmobile is a highlight - and wide-ranging landscapes. There's also a good lick of humor, teasing the various dynamics within the team.
It is not an understatement to say that Justice League has gone through some very public setbacks throughout its production. Rumors of several rewrites, Zack Snyder unexpectedly stepping down due to personal tragedy and Joss Whedon supposedly manning extensive reshoots have plagued the movie. Despite that, it continues to draw interest from both fans and casual movie-going audiences alike as it is crowned as one of the most anticipated films coming out this fall and this new trailer will only increase the anticipation for the flick.
Source: Warner Bros.
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