Warner Bros. is gearing up to lift the veil on Justice League. While they initially dropped the first trailer at San Diego Comic-Con 2016, the trailer felt more like a sizzle reel of what was to come, which makes sense as the film was still in the middle of production at that point. Now nearly nine months after this first piece of marketing, the second wave has begun, leading to the full trailer coming tomorrow.
To kick things off, Aquaman (Jason Momoa) got his own short teaser and character poster, and was followed up by Batman (Ben Affleck) and Flash (Ezra Miller) getting the same treatment. Now, to start today's marketing push that should include Cyborg - and maybe Superman - Wonder Woman's teaser and poster has arrived.
WB has released the Wonder Woman centric teaser that highlights her life as an Amazonian demigod, but also her artistic side as well. Following the release of the teaser, she also received her own solo poster.
Just like the teasers that came before, this one shows Wonder Woman in action, but also a glimpse at Diana's regular life. She appears to be sculpting a statue, but the more interesting and eye-catching moment for fans is likely her walking towards the Flying Fox that is stationed somewhere inside the League's secret base - or at least what could become that. Her big action scene, however, is not revealed here and instead reuses footage that has previously been shown.
This is not a bad approach to take with Wonder Woman either. Fans have already seen much more of her as Wonder Woman's marketing is in the final few months. She has dominated DCEU news in terms of actual footage that has been seen, so she has had much more exposure than the likes of Flash and Aquaman - which is likely the reason behind their teasers having memorable action shots.
Even though this quick teaser doesn't give much of her action away, the full trailer coming tomorrow should change that. She is the second most notable character in this lineup after all and was a highlight for many in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Keeping her in the forefront of the marketing makes sense for WB, even if they give some of the more memorable parts of the trailer to Aquaman, Flash, and especially Cyborg. Either way, fans can expect to see more from Justice League today, before the new trailer arrives tomorrow.
- Wonder Woman (2017) release date: Jun 02, 2017
- Justice League (2017) release date: Nov 17, 2017
- Aquaman (2018) release date: Dec 21, 2018