A new set of images from this fall's Justice League has arrived, showing the League going up against the villainous Parademons. As November's big DC team-up gets closer to release, the film's promotion cycle has continued to produce exciting things for fans. Along with Thor: Ragnarok, Twitter unveiled new hashtag emojis for Justice League. And in the world of comics, DC will be putting out several different Justice League variant covers for the movie's tie-in comic book.
Along with those variant covers, the latest issue of Empire Magazine offers subscribers a comic-inspired Justice League cover that features the eponymous superhero team together. The issue will be packed full of information on the upcoming DC film, along with a number of new images from the movie. Now, those photos have made there way online (unofficially).
CBM has posted scans of the Justice League images from the new issue of Empire Magazine, which you can see on their site. Twitter user DC Films Universe also shared the two-page intro to the story, which you can check out below.
— DC Films Universe (@DCFUniverse) October 2, 2017
UPDATE: An official version of one of these images from Empire is now online (see below):
The images offer a number of shots of the League together, from hanging in the Batcave to fighting Parademons. We also get to see some behind-the-scenes shots of the movie being filmed. With the changes that have happened behind the camera during post-production on Justice League, the development of the film has been closely followed by fans and the media. Hopefully, the end result is something that everyone will be able to enjoy.
Following the success of Wonder Woman, some have wondered whether Justice League was changed at all in response. While that may not be the case, things are certainly in-flux at DC on the whole, as far as its movies are concerned. Plans have already been put in motion to create an offshoot of the mainline DC movie adaptations, with the currently in-development Joker origin film being the first of them.
None of this information means much on its own, but it does add to the expectations behind Justice League. If the movie is a success, it could help solidify DC and Warner Bros' current plans. If it underperforms, then it might impact where DC's shared universe goes from here. With a month and a half to go before Justice League hits theaters, we won't have to wait much longer to find out.
- Justice League (2017) release date: Nov 17, 2017
- Green Lantern Corps. (2020) release date: Jul 24, 2020
- Aquaman (2018) release date: Dec 21, 2018
- Cyborg (2020) release date: Apr 03, 2020
- Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) release date: Jun 05, 2020
- Shazam! (2019) release date: Apr 05, 2019