The final Justice League trailer debuts tomorrow morning, and Warner Bros. has now released a new teaser for that upcoming trailer. The highly-anticipated superhero team-up film will be the first peak of the DC cinematic universe (unofficially referred to as the DCEU) after Zack Snyder's Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice introduced many of the characters for the first time. And now, they are looking to unite the world's finest heroes - Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) - for the first time on the big screen.
The movie's previous trailer debuted at San Diego Comic-Con this past summer and brought with it lots of new footage, which prominently featured the villain Steppenwolf as well as finally confirming the existence of the Lanterns in the burgeoning shared universe. However, since then, the superhero film has undergone lengthy reshoots (and pick-ups) - primarily due to the cast's conflicting schedules - so tomorrow's trailer may also provide audiences with their first look at the new scenes that were being filmed by Joss Whedon.
Ahead of tomorrow morning's third and final Justice League trailer debut - which releases at 9 am EST - Warner Bros. has released a short trailer teaser that consists entirely of footage we've already seen; However, it's worth noting that the CGI in the new video has greatly improved compared to the same scenes shown in this past summer's trailer, such as the scene in which the Flash is running. You can watch the trailer teaser in the section above.
Fans may have to wait until tomorrow to get a new look at the upcoming superhero film, but everal new details continue to release in the meantime. According to interviews with Geek Magazine, each member of the team brings their own qualities to the table. Fisher says Cyborg's integration with the Mother Box may have made him "the smartest person in the galaxy," but that isn't enough on its own. "Batman is a master strategist, which is a completely different skill set. You could have the information, but being able to implement it is something else. Wonder Woman, she's got a lot of compassion and she's also the world's best fighter. Barry has undergone a traumatic accident and that turned him into the Flash, which is something that bonds the two of these guys."
Aquaman, on the other hand, is split between two worlds - Atlantis (and the sea) and the human world - something that audiences should expect to play out in James Wan's Aquaman next year. Interestingly, that divide is what allows Aquaman and Cyborg to connect with one another, though fans shouldn't expect them to necessarily get along. Either way, uniting the league will be easier said than done, but we know they'll all be stronger together than they are apart. Who knows, perhaps that connection is something we'll see in tomorrow's Justice League trailer.
Source: Warner Bros., Geek Magazine
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