New Justice League Trailer Released

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Henry Cavill's Superman appears in the first few seconds, standing in a field and talking with Amy Adams' Lois Lane about their potential engagement. Outside of monetary concerns, it looks as if Warner Bros.is adapting its approach to the DCEU and its comic book properties regardless of Justice League's reception.

"As far as the Man of Steel himself is concerned, when (and if) we do see him, Zack Snyder stated that his hair would be "...flawless - a little longer I guess - that's what the myths are", which could relate to the Return of Superman storyline. Marketing for Justice League has indicated that's the direction Superman and the DC Extended Universe will go in the future. We can save that for the inevitable sequel.

In it, you get to see more of the Justice League working together as a team and more of the bleak "we can't beat them" tone from the previous trailers.

What did you think of this trailer? This closing scene along with the trailer in its entirety suggests that the movie will not be overbearingly Whedon-esque in style. We know how bad this film could end up being and it's unfortunate that we're thinking this way.

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Last we heard, Justice League was still filming under the direction of Joss Whedon, who was called upon to handle reshoots and post-production when a family tragedy forced Zack Snyder to step away from the project.

Justice League arrives in theaters November 17.

Having said all that, here is the brand spanking new trailer for Justice League released this morning at New York Comic-Con. Only a union of the world's greatest heroes, led by Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), has what it takes to halt this devastating threat from beyond the stars dead in its tracks. And no one is having more fun kicking Parademon ass, getting thrown around while impaling enemies on his giant fork, than Jason Momoa's Aquaman.

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