Awesome New Comic-Con Trailer for DC's Epic 'Justice League' Movie

July 22, 2017
Source: YouTube

Justice League Comic-Con

"They said the age of heroes would never come again." "It has to." Warner Bros has revealed a new Comic-Con trailer for DC's Justice League, and it looks totally awesome, packed with action and plenty more. Justice League is the continuation of the Batman v Superman series in the DC Extended Universe, bringing together five super-powered beings: Ben Affleck as Batman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg. The extensive cast also includes Willem Dafoe, Jeremy Irons, Amber Heard, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, and J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon. As we all know, Joss Whedon has taken over finishing the movie since Zack Snyder had to step down for family tragedy reasons. As usual, there's some epicly cool shots in this worth admiring on their own. The line from Alfred about wind-up penguins is great, too. They've got my attention. Dive in.

Here's the new Comic-Con trailer (+ poster) for Joss Whedon's Justice League movie, on WB's YouTube:

Justice League Movie Poster

You can also still watch the first Comic-Con trailer for DC's Justice League here, or second the trailer here.

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes-Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash – it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions. Justice League is once again directed by Zack Snyder, of Batman v Superman, Man of Steel, Sucker Punch, Watchmen, 300, and Dawn of the Dead previously. The screenplay is by Chris Terrio (Argo). WB will unleash the Justice League on November 17th, 2017 later this year. Who's ready?

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    KINGDOM COME poster is...okay.
    • capitandelespacio
      Problem with the poster is: tries to be something else, a reference to something else, so fanboys go like "Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, loooooook, it's that thing from the other thing", but shows they have no actual original graphic language for this movie, because this movie has no personality of its own. It's the same thing with the rest of the stupid and pointless references that are there just because they are nods to the books and to hide the fact they have nor an original story, or a cohesive story whatsoever. Oh, and that typography looks like a fanmade joke.
      • DAVIDPD
        I don't really see it that way, and I am as pessimistic as they come.
  • Jon Odishaw
    Even though wonder woman was great my expectations for this film and even the entire universe have been greatly reduced...until now. What a fucking awesome trailer.
  • shiboleth
    Yeah, I'm ashamed to love this. No, in fact, I am not. That's going to be treat for child in me although I know this is another shallow idea for making a lot of money. But, unfortunately, I just can't resist. And of course, I'm watching it because I expect to see Superman coming back...
  • Mark
    Hate to be negative but this trailer really seems like a mess to me. I want this to be a fun movie but it just keeps making me cringe. Hope my impressions are wrong, I love all of these characters.
    • dan
      hate to be insulting - but you're crazy. this looks amazing.
      • Mark
        I wish it looked amazing to me. It's less visually dark than his past efforts which I'm happy to see. But otherwise I thought the last trailer was a lot more fun. Flash especially just isn't working for me at all outside of the visuals, very cringe inducing. Fingers crossed.
  • Ricardo_PT
    I don't care about the hate, DC properties are way more interesting to me than everything at Marvel. This trailer is amazing, let's hope the movie manages to be at least half as amazing. We have the best Batman ever on film (in my honest opinion), Aquaman looks as cool as we could ever hope, Wonder-Woman is solid and Flash delivers. Make this good please!
    • Nethanel DeCarmo
      Lol, they are more interesting but that's because is so common place and formulaic it's boring which is films like Spiderman and Guardians which is a little away from the norm Marvel properties do great. I gaurantee that DC will also interest you less than it does now when it hits the 10 year mark as Marvel has. DC has surprise still in it's bag because you don't know if a film will be good. Marvel ALWAYS looks good, always has a good story. It's formula is what makes it boring. There is so many good, typical marvel films that it is predictable. Guardians has not been, and the new Spiderman had a great story with great turns in it. Wonder Woman was great, amazing, but I bet it was even more shocking just because DC finally did something right.
  • Xerxexx
    No lanterns? Might we get a glimpse at Green Lantern?
    • Cinephile3
      I'm thinking that who Alfred is talking to might be Green Lantern. It could also be Superman or Deathstroke.
      • Xerxexx
        Or Supes...but my heart wants it to be a Lantern.
    • Hunter5ANT
      Superman would be obvious but can't it also be...SPOILER ALERT.............Robin?
  • dan nov 17 is Christmas-come-early and a national holiday rolled into one. I'm READY!
  • Бабак
  • backwardsprogress
    Whos coming! Who is alfred talking too!!!! I can't wait until Nov... DAMNIT! That looked really fun and can't wait to see it.
    • Cinephile3
      Three guesses: Superman, Green Lantern, Deathstroke (stretching maybe)
    • Hunter5ANT
      Superman would be obvious but can't it also be...SPOILER ALERT.............Robin??? Alfred reacts in a manner that he knows that person.
  • Vos_L
    Looks like another Snyder mess. It even Whedon reshoots will be able to fix it. There's no way to tell a coherent, compelling story when you're trying to cram all this stuff into one movie....and story has always been Snyder's biggest weakness. Luckily though this is probably Snyder's last D.C. movie and they can finally get that albatross out from around their neck.
    • Mark
      I feel the same way. Really hopeful for the future of DC with him long gone. I'm surprised at how well Wonder Woman turned out, almost seemed like somebody was able to finally tell him no to his some degree. No, your ham fisted cram-everything into a scene style is not what we want. No, style over substance isn't what we want. I'm still blown away that they introduced multiple characters in the movie via an internet search. Don't get me started on that turd of a movie...
    • Cyberdine
  • Payne by name
    Any trailer that needs 4:11 to get you to watch the film is trying way too hard.
  • LightningB
    Does it look amazing? Yes. But any excitement towards this flick is tempered because Snyder is still at the helm. And no this isn't typical, Snyder standard hate. After Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, why should there be ANY reason to think this won't be more of the same letdown? It is going to disappoint. I very much hope I'm wrong but why would Snyder think he needs to do anything different when WB keeps blindly bringing him back?
    • shiboleth
      Man of Steel and Batman vs Superman were good movies. So, this is why is this one also going be good...
      • MoS was good, BvS had good moments, but overall was a pile of heaping mediocrity.
        • shiboleth
          I wouldn't go on and disagree with you. But I would say the same works under the condition that all of those super hero films are 'pile of mediocrity'. Every Marvel and DC film from the last decade is that pile of mediocrity. Yes sir, I would agree with that. What really bothers me is the discussion and disagreeing from people who make difference about them. There's very small difference in quality among them (and that's why they all earn a lot of money and nobody is really willing to change formula, obviously), but maybe only in tone. And I see nothing special in that, since that's legitimate approach to make films. But, to be short, films with Superman are having the same quality as every Avengers or Captain America film, nothing too special about them, but fun enough to watch all of them. Thinking about differences in quality between them is plain wrong ...
          • Nethanel DeCarmo
            Spiderman 2, Dark Knight were not mediocre. There were literally films that had a vision that no one had seen before and now emulate in all superhero films thereafter. Those were acclaimed by people who don't even love superhero films.or follow their universes/collections.
          • shiboleth
            Yes, I definitely see Spiderman and Dark Knight as mediocre films (and Dark Knight is, especially after second viewing, which I regret doing today, was something very boring). And yes, beyond Memento, Prestige and Insomnia, I don't see anything of great value in Christopher Nolan films. He's just another well adapted nerd in film industry. Hey, good for him, right? But to each his own. Regardless what majority thinks that should be. If the rest of superhero films are emulating or imitating what these mentioned films have done, than mediocre is all that we're having and getting now. And that's all what I said. As for not loving superhero films, I have to agree. I don't love them. The real problem is, I don't hate them either. None of this is my true approach, so I can also think some superhero film or story is good regardless do I fall in that group of fans or not. No, need to acclaim anything like that. First superhero film that I saw in a movie theater was Superman. Yeah, that one from 1978.with Christopher Reeve. And yeah, I'm that old. Ever since, I saw really a lot of different film, some of them were, of course, superhero ones. And I still watch them. A lot. But no, I am not impressed considering a long tradition for which I consider is making mediocre films. But I am also an avid comic book reader. Something I like to do a lot. And I think that films are trying to make superhero stories form comic books into mediocre products for mediocre audience. You might get offended here. Please, don't, since I say that film studios intentionally underestimate their audiences. The real sad true is: they tried with mediocre approach, which is expected after knowing what film studios are like for some time, and they succeeded. And I don't see myself responsible only for saying it... Cheers. Thanks for your response ...
          • "Thinking about differences in quality between them is plain wrong ..."? I don't follow your logic. Are you attesting that super hero movies are all created equal because they fall under the same genre? Because if you are, I would point out that not all crime, romantic comedies, dramas and scifi are of the same quality because of genre. Do you hold the same opinion in regard to those as well?
          • shiboleth
            Of course, I agree, your logic is very sound. But, then again, what I am saying is that last series of superhero films are more less the same in quality. I just see some production value that differs very little. Creative values are pretty much the same. They are all good products. Not much more than that. But no, I wouldn't compare all those films with, say, Superman film from 1978. That was something quite different. I in fact think that Nolan's Batman films have created a standard that everybody is trying to imitate lately. And that will last for some time. Of course, they are not all the same in every aspect, but difference among them is very small. Honestly, I just see no big difference between Batman vs Superman and Captain America: Winter Soldier. The nuances between them are so small to me. It's just the production logic of film industry lately, and not the difference between or inside genres ...
          • Gotcha. Yeah, the superhero formula is definitely starting to wear thin in several regards. I'm hoping the tide will turn here soon though.
          • shiboleth
            I don't know and, in fact, I don't have big hopes. The tide is over. But I might be just wrong. Cheers ...
    • Jon Odishaw
      Blindly bringing him back? He built this entire world. Sure his movies need a little better execution but he's not just directing. He's created a whole universe.
      • Nethanel DeCarmo
        But, the universe is not good. Suicide Squad wasn't good, Batman v Superman wasn't good, Man of steel was good, but atypical of a Superman story and so you'll never see a moody Superman like that again, most likely. The best thing that DC has done was Wonder Woman, for which Zach Snyder did great casting. That universe is not good, because people are not willing to watch all of the pieces that make it up. Suicide Squad 2 will have the lowest of expectations after having one of the greatest marketing campaign and trailers and cast I have seen in a superhero flick.
        • Jon Odishaw
          He had the least input in suicide squad of all the films. Wonder woman he did a great casting job but also has a writing credit. The universe itself I'm a big fan of. 90 percent of the characters and casting are fantastic.
    • Cyberdine
      Snyder made the best comic-movie adaptation ever - The Watchmen, AND he pulled it off in Rated R. That movie was flawless. He deserves more credit than you give him. BvS was great too!
      • Watchmen was one of THE best comic book adaptations and I agree Man of Steel was better than most people gave it credit for, however, BvS was severely flawed. The only thing that redeemed BvS was the Batman saving Martha Kent scene. Best iteration of Batman to ever grace the screen.
        • Cyberdine
          Lets not split hairs cause there's an endless "severely flawed" list of things that can be pulled for scrutiny in both Marvel and DC, mostly Marvel tho.
          • Cilantroman
            Yeah... BvS was widely panned for its "severe flaws." MCU movies are definitely not flawless, but in their execution, those flaws are easily overlooked. BVS had flaws AND flawed execution.
          • Well the "flawed" ratio is always going to be in Marvel's favor simply because of how many films they've produced compared to DC. And I'm not saying every Marvel film is perfect, but if I had to choose the majority of super hero films I prefer, it would be Marvel hands down. DC has some gems, but they're far and few between. And when they crash and burn (Catwoman, Superman Returns, Green Lantern, Jonah Hex) they crash and burn HARD. What's the last Marvel movie that was panned? Iron Man 2?
    •'re not wrong...
  • First off, this trailer helped me decide I don't want to see this. It doesn't excite me in the slightest. It looks like an incoherent mess. Secondly, that poster SUCKS. Thirdly, DC should stick to stand-alone films written by comic-book writers (see: Wonder Woman). I know they tried to do their own thing but the Marvel formula is tried and true. Coulda, woulda, SHOULDA, I'm done wasting my money on DC films.
    • dan
      reads like it came from the mouth of a marvel fanboy.
      • Ha! I'm a fanboy of Marvel films, yes, but the world's greatest detective and the big blue boy scout are my favorite DC heroes. I just don't think they've been done justice (no pun intended) on screen yet. I want a full length feature of the Batman saving Martha Kent sequence. I want Man of Steel 2 fighting Brainiac. I was hoping for a BvS that borrowed from Public Enemies, or even Bruce Timms Batman/Superman animated feature. Instead I got 3 hours of dream sequences and build up to a final battle that could've happened an hour sooner. I'm tired of Snyder's vision and I'm ready for something else. Justice League is trying to recreate the same magic of the Avengers (with good reason), but I'm doubtful. I hope I'm wrong and if I am, I'm not above being the first to admit it.
    • Andrew Cole
      Nice opinion. No fucks given.
      • Ditto.
        • Andrew Cole
          Ditto to that ditto.
  • Trix256
    Looks awesome!!
  • ff
  • capitandelespacio
    I love the Jurassic Park reference at the end. They nailed it!




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