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Must Watch: First Full Trailer for Zack Snyder's 'Justice League' Movie

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March 26, 2017
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Justice League Movie

"You said the age of heroes would never come again." "It has to." It's time! Warner Bros has unleashed the first official trailer for DC's Justice League, featuring tons of action-packed footage of the team of five superheros from the DC Comics world coming together to save the world. This is the first actual trailer aside from the Comic-Con footage last year. Justice League is the continuation of the Batman v Superman series in the DC 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. There may be a few others, and the extensive cast includes Willem Dafoe, Jeremy Irons, Amber Heard, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, and J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon. Honestly this looks pretty damn cool, just pure entertainment, with a few epic shots at the end. Will it live up to the hype? Only time will tell.

Here's the first full trailer (+ poster) for Zack Snyder's Justice League movie, direct from WB's YouTube:

Justice League Movie Poster

You can also still watch the first Comic-Con trailer for DC's Justice League here, to see more early footage.

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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Reader Feedback - 73 Comments

1

Well I'm in. I enjoyed BvS and am excited to see what's​ next.

Xerxexx on Mar 25, 2017

2

me too!

dan on Mar 25, 2017

3

Finally. Someone who makes sense!

Cyberdine on Mar 25, 2017

4

Let me fix it for you:" Finally. Someone who shares my taste".

tarek on Mar 25, 2017

5

no, he had it right to begin with.

dan on Mar 25, 2017

6

There is nothing wrong in agreeing with people who share our tastes.

tarek on Mar 26, 2017

7

No. And.....I didn't ask.

Cyberdine on Mar 27, 2017

8

True. I never understood hate for that film...

shiboleth on Mar 25, 2017

9

I enjoyed BvS too, but not because it was a good movie. I didn't think it was a good movie. It was a movie with two of my favorite superheroes teaming up. And there was plenty of action, a huge monster and an awesome chick. But it was far from a masterpiece in any way possible. I hope JL will be more than BvS in a way that characters are more interesting and the story is more interesting. But by the looks of a trailer... Mmm, An army of flying robots invades the earth. Looks like Age of Ultron all over again. But this time after sunset. And sure, this looks enjoyable, but it could be so much more.

Nash on Mar 25, 2017

10

Hi Nash, it looks like they're fighting Parademons, not robots. Parademons are the alien troops of Darkseid, so I wonder if he'll be the big bad of JL. Completely agree with your thoughts on BvS too.

Bruce_Wayne's_Butler on Mar 26, 2017

11

Demons, robots...fighting infinite and anonymous foes can be a tiresome experience for the viewer. I hope they will not follow the Avengers formula.

tarek on Mar 27, 2017

12

Indeed. The final fight of Age of Ultron with that army of robots was beyond boring in my opinion. What is the use of these robots if puny mortals like Hawkeye and Black Widow can finish them off with one punch? One convincing villain is much more interesting than 1.000 copies that all do the same. It's the same with these iron man scenes with armies of robots. Eventually, I don't care anymore if they are Starks or some villains henchmen.

Nash on Mar 27, 2017

13

Completely agree tarek. Would much rather see them just fight Darkseid. Although, that could just end up feeling like the Doomsday fight in BvS.

Bruce_Wayne's_Butler on Mar 27, 2017

14

Ah, the Parademons, I should have known. As seen in the Bruce Wayne dream in BvS. Although I would enjoy their appearance in JL, I think the big fix from BvS to JL would be in the character and story development. Even if that would mean less action.

Nash on Mar 27, 2017

15

Ah yes, the Bruce Wayne dream in BvS. As much as I enjoyed seeing the Parademons and Darkseid's Omega symbol, that was easily one of the weirdest parts of the movie. My wife (who was already not enjoying the movie) immediately turned to me and whispered "what the hell is going on?". I agree that what is needed is way more character development. As much as DC is trying to not be like Marvel when it comes to films, I feel like we could've used solo Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg movies before JL. Introducing all these characters properly is going to take up a lot of the running time and will no doubt feel rushed.

Bruce_Wayne's_Butler on Mar 27, 2017

16

THIS! I agree wholeheartedly! I don't get the logic behind "Let's do a team-up movie with characters you barely know/care about." And I know most of us fanboys have read the comics, watched the JL cartoon at some point, but I'm talking about this film universe. It's different. It's not canon, and that's one of the major problems with this franchise. Look at Logan and Deadpool. Two movies that are ABSOLUTELY 100% faithful to the characters. Marvel is KILLING it, FOX is catching on, DC...just...more of the same. And this dark tone only belongs with Batman (which I'm actually looking forward to). If we could get a whole Batman movie with sequences like the Martha Kent rescue from BvS, then I'll SHUT UP AND GIVE YOU MY MONEY! /rantend

RAW_D on Mar 27, 2017

17

Agreed. Especially for characters that aren't as well known. Marvel was able to get away with it using Spider-Man in Civil War, but only because virtually everyone knows who Spidey is, hell, they've made 5 movies about him within the last 20 years. That may work for Flash, possibly even Aquaman, but I feel like the average viewer will have no idea who Cyborg is. That would be fine if he was the only one being introduced, but he's going to have to share screentime with Flash, Aquaman and any other characters they decide to put in. I really wish DC would catch on. I'm not a Marvel or DC partisan, I just want to see good comic book movies. Like you said, Marvel are knocking it out of the park (both TV and movies) and Deadpool and Logan were both fantastic. BvS and Suicide Squad were ok, but could have been so much better. And you hit the nail on the head, Batman should be dark, Superman should not be. Simple as that. Also, the Martha Kent rescue scene was the best part of the whole movie (other than Wonder Woman in the fight at the end).

Bruce_Wayne's_Butler on Mar 27, 2017

18

EXACTLY MY THOUGHTS! Oh, here's some lame Parademons to smash through for an entire movie until so they can just end it on a cliffhanger with Superman and Darkseid showing up. Then, you'll just need to buy tickets for JL 2: Dawn of Darkseid or whatever the EFF they're gonna call it.

RAW_D on Mar 27, 2017

19

Everyone enjoyed BvS, only admitting it is a different story...

ari smulders on Mar 28, 2017

20

*chills* looks amazing.

Cyberdine on Mar 25, 2017

21

Looking good for the most part. Something about Cyborg doesn't look right or work for me though. Wonder Woman looks better than ever, the Flash and Aquaman tick all the boxes for looking cool. Hoping for Superman to make a return at the end...

Steven Lewis on Mar 25, 2017

22

I don't know, way too much CGI and green screen. Everything looks like the Doomsday fight from Batman v Superman. I'm super excited for this, but I kinda get the feeling we're getting another BvS, with more jokes. Crossing my fingers for this one. By the way, that Wonderwoman fan-service, yum!

Oriyan J. Ovadia on Mar 25, 2017

23

Agreed.

CShane on Mar 25, 2017

24

Sure!

Nielsen700 on Mar 25, 2017

25

Wow they didnt listen to stupid critics and Kids........ Dark and Edgy looks great

Wasim S. Khan on Mar 25, 2017

26

My thoughts exactly!

Cyberdine on Mar 27, 2017

27

I hope it's good. Also, I wish they didn't go so heavy on the CGI. You can do it DC, get your shit together.

grimjob on Mar 25, 2017

28

I would be okay with everything CGI. It's just that the CGI is weak compared to stuff like planet of the apes. It's like all the worst CGI in war craft when they can afford(one would think) to make it like the best CGI in war craft.

Jon Odishaw on Mar 25, 2017

29

Yeah, that's a good point. They did an amazing job with Apes. Never bothered with Warcraft, but it looked terrible in the trailers. I think my biggest problem with the effects in this will be Cyborg. I also fear they're going to go George Lucas with the use of green screen.

grimjob on Mar 26, 2017

30

I liked warcraft. But I also played the shit out of blizzard games as a kid.

Jon Odishaw on Mar 26, 2017

31

Never played games on a computer. A friend of mine had Warcraft 3 and Starcraft, so I played a little of those. That's all my Blizzard experience.

grimjob on Mar 26, 2017

32

They're incorporating heroes from 5 different comic books. How are you NOT expecting excessive CGI?!

Cyberdine on Mar 27, 2017

33

Oh, I expect it. The dependency on style over substance is all too common in these types of movies, but it isn't necessary. All anyone wants is visual spectacle, which almost always comes at the cost of storytelling and character development. And those two attributes are what DC needs to work on most.

grimjob on Mar 27, 2017

34

One of those guilty pleasures I can't resist. Although, it's Superman why I want to see this ...

shiboleth on Mar 25, 2017

35

He'll for sure be in there somewhere...probably the end.

DAVIDPD on Mar 25, 2017

36

I'm sucker for that superhero character ever since I was a kid. One of the first films that I saw with my a year younger brother (and I was like six or seven years old) was first Superman with tragic Christopher Reeve. Since then, I always considered him more a film character than one from the comic books. So yeah, I hope he'll appear sooner than the end. He'll probably save the day or something like that. We'll see ...

shiboleth on Mar 26, 2017

37

The only thing I truly want out of this film is an insanely strong version of the Flash. Anything else is gravy.

Neuromancer on Mar 25, 2017

38

I'm really stoked at how flash, wonderwoman and aquaman are being presented - haven't seen enough of cyborg yet.

dan on Mar 25, 2017

39

I won't lie. I like it. PS: Just don't bring Superman. He will ruin the pleasure.

tarek on Mar 25, 2017

40

I dunno Bo. While I see where you are coming from, and can agree with you on many poorly written superheroes movies, I can still enjoy a good superhero movie ( Ironman 1, Raimi's Spiderman and Winter Soldier are my top 3). I hated BvS mainly because of the wooden play of Superman and the embarrassing script that made Lex Luthor a crazy guy with a 20 IQ. But I have a good vibe with this one. The tone is very light. I won't be disappointed by the visuals for sure, but hopefully this time, the script will be better. As for Baywatch, well, while I share with you your love for the female curves, I don't like movies that use the female body as a prop. it's gross. Call me old school. ;D

tarek on Mar 25, 2017

41

No offense taken. I'm prudish in my own way. Because my body "betrays" me when I'm in front of a bimbo wearing a short skirt. ;D

tarek on Mar 25, 2017

42

interesting. I think i'll go to the justice league movie with my shapely babe - it's win/win!

dan on Mar 25, 2017

43

Not sure that "I'm Rich" should be suggested as a superpower. We shouldn't give Donald Trump any more ideas.....

MAWG on Mar 25, 2017

44

Because he's the Trumpeteer.

tarek on Mar 25, 2017

45

trump won. get over it mawg.

dan on Mar 25, 2017

46

Not going to think too much. We were spoiled by Nolan's BATMAN films...and forgot these are supposed to be popcorn mindless fun!

DAVIDPD on Mar 25, 2017

47

what do nolans batman films have to do with justice league? CN films were about batman only. this film is about the entire justice league. and while were here, nolans 3rd batman film wasn't very good compared to the first 2.

dan on Mar 25, 2017

48

I'm hoping the "I'm rich" line is simply replaced with "I'm Batman" come November. Overall though, I like what I see from this and the Wonder Woman movie thus far. I think WB/DC is trying to do the opposite of what the Batman v Superman marketing-campaign did with it's first-two trailers, by revealing Doomsday along with showing Batman and Superman come to terms with each other in the end (since the film is called "Batman v Superman", it was extremely disappointing to see them spoil that for people who watched the trailers... which was nearly everyone who saw the blasted film). Either way, I'm keeping expectations low for this one until I see it. However, I have a strong feeling that Wonder Woman and Justice League will be the perfect one-two punch for DC films moving forward.

thejon93rd on Mar 25, 2017

49

I'm batman is more of a batman thing to say. Not so much Bruce Wayne.

Jon Odishaw on Mar 25, 2017

50

True, true. Would have been a fun line all the same. Though I still don't mind this "I'm rich" line, already hardcore nitpickers are taking offense to it because... he's rich or something? I don't know. Either way I'm really enjoying what I'm seeing from this film so far. I dig the campy-feel of these trailers, the cheesy one-liners and the fact that these heroes are communicating with each other more in these two trailers than throughout the entirety of Batman v Superman's whopping 3-hour runtime gives me faith.

thejon93rd on Mar 25, 2017

51

even if they didn't spoil the thing for us, the result would have been the same. Doomsday is yet another Abomination, Luthor a crazy-dumb rich boy, and Superman the sad and depressing face.

tarek on Mar 26, 2017

52

What an odd week. Marvel released a total dud on Netflix (I won't get those 13 hours back), and then DC has it's best trailer to date. I want to live in a world where both are awesome, so I'm going to forgive Iron Fist and just look forward to everything else. This year is going to be epic. Already having Lego Batman, Logan, and Kong in the bag, waiting for Guardians 2, Spiderman Homecoming, Wonder Woman, Thor Ragnarok, Transformers (I know, I shouldn't count this but I'm an old fan and I always like them), Justice League, and a proper Star Wars sequel. This year is just an insanely wonderful time to be a fan of this stuff.

Mark on Mar 25, 2017

53

You Just summed up what was in my head. A wonderful time indeed.

Emdub52 on Mar 25, 2017

54

And you're convinced this crappy dialog, stupid costume, laughable cgi villain fest is going to be good because? Sheer stupidity? Trump told you it would be great? The voices in your head said so?

Pugiron on Mar 26, 2017

55

Logan was great, so who knows? Maybe all those others will be at least decent, with a few great ones among them, and then we also get great Alien and Blade Runner sequels on top of it! Alas, every year there will be at least one horrible messs out of the big releases, but at least you can pretty much bank on it being named Transformers this year.

bumboclot on Mar 27, 2017

56

Haha so true. Last one was so laughably awful, I loved every stupid moment (I go in with very different expectations than other movies, and end up having a really fun time with them 🙂

Mark on Mar 27, 2017

57

That made my balls tickle a little.

Quanah on Mar 25, 2017

58

Awesome!

Бабак on Mar 26, 2017

59

LOL listen to all the morons rushing to throw themselves on the bomb. How many of you are going to lie and pretend you knew it was going to suck after you see it and it's just as bad as every other DC movie?

Pugiron on Mar 26, 2017

60

Dumb

Cyberdine on Mar 27, 2017

61

Pure spectacle. I am down.

DAVIDPD on Mar 27, 2017

62

Meh...

Moe on Mar 27, 2017

63

Looks really aweful. Specially the action, the animation, and the dumb dialogue. The Flash looks like Spiderman and Aquaman is Wolverine.

capitandelespacio on Mar 27, 2017

64

Aweful means you are all Awe.

tarek on Mar 27, 2017

65

LOL

capitandelespacio on Mar 27, 2017

66

And Cyborg looks like the 1984 Terminator after losing his eye. You know, in the first trailer, Aquaman showed some character. He was the unpredictable member of the team. He had a temper. Will he or won't he cooperate? Now he's more of a funny man. That's a shame. I liked the stubborn Aquaman of the first trailer much better.

Nash on Mar 27, 2017

67

Looks like a Zack Snyder movie that's for sure! Allot of noise and a overload of CGI...

ari smulders on Mar 27, 2017

68

Looks like another crappy superhero movie offering nothing new to viewers who aren't already fan boys & girls. Ugh. Are we done yet?

Movie Bear on Mar 27, 2017

69

overblown action sequences with too much cgi and not a shred or character to be invested about plus...where's Superman?

Joker's hideout on Mar 27, 2017

70

Too early to show Supes. He will probably come alive in the second half of the movie. Have to build hype in the marketing machine right now.

Roc on Mar 27, 2017

71

Well since they spoiled the entire BvS movie last time, I don't mind if they leave something out of the trailer!

bumboclot on Mar 28, 2017

72

Good to see the likes of Aquaman and Flash and Cyborg. If the studio actually put a bit of effort into the writing part (I mean even if you have no writers at all you only have a billion pages of source material you can rip off!), then I'm sure these talented actors will make all the characters interesting enough. The action scenes will be typical Zach Snider "300" stuff, which I can live with, even though this franchise is way overdue for a new director at this point. Take some risks DC!

bumboclot on Mar 27, 2017

73

I'm glad everyone's optimistic for this, because this trailer didn't "WOW" or "thrill" me. Idk if it was the White Stripes song or just the smash cuts of banter, I felt nothing for this. No special tingling, no anticipated excitement, nothing. I think I'm jaded at this point and have no emotional investment regarding the DC film franchise anymore. Kinda bums me out...

RAW_D on Mar 27, 2017

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