After parading mini character teasers and posters over the last few days, the new Justice League trailer has been unleashed. It’s fun, action packed, and by gosh, if Aquaman doesn’t steal the show. And, man, what a show it is.
After premiering the first trailer at San Diego Comic-Con last year and winning over even the snobbiest of Marvel fans, Zack Snyder‘s long awaited Justice League flick is finally on the horizon. With the November release date getting closer and closer, Warner Bros. is ramping up to go full Money Beast mode, albeit a bit more slowly than DC fans would like. Today, WB has finally given fans what they have been clamoring for: a new Justice League trailer. Take a look:
Goddamn, that is an amazing trailer. Not only does it take time to address each member of the League, and even included the first look at JK Simmon’s as Commissioner Gordon and Aquamans lady Meera, Snyder was smart enough to make sure that there was plenty of levity to be found, sprinkled throughout the two and a half minute superhero fest; the trailer set to the appropriate classic Beatles song “Come Together” was a testament to that.
Director Zack Snyder has assembled DC’s biggest heroes in one movie; a dream come true for many comic book fans. Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) are united by Batman (Ben Affleck) to fight a threat (that’s a lot of Parademons!) only they can combat. If you recall the initial promotions last year, WB encouraged fans to Unite the Seven, leading some to believe it was a reference to the Seven Seas, and Aquaman. However, many fans believe that the “Seven” represents the number of heroes on the team, which does still leave two members that should show up, one of them being Superman, somehow brought back from the dead. As for the seventh, well, let’s all hope that a certain ring-wearing superhero swoops in during the third act to save the day. And, that it is NOT Ryan Reynolds.
What did you think of the trailer? Which hero are you most excited to see on screen?