Zack Snyder Has Shown Off the First Justice League Trailer and Promo Image… And They Look Epic


Today in Hall H at Comic-Con, Zack Snyder, the director of films such as Batman v Superman and Man of Steel, has surprised exclusive content-hungry fans with the very first full-length trailer and promotional image for the upcoming film series Justice League which show off all six heroes we’ll see on the big screen later next year.


In the image, the entire Justice League that will be featured in the upcoming film series are visible. And seeing them all together will likely make you think, “This is awesome!” From left to right, you’ll find The Flash, Superman, Cyborg, Wonder Woman, Batman, and Aquaman all posing epically for the camera. This alone will probably make you wanna see this movie, but wait! There’s more!

The above video is the first trailer for Justice League which features every member of the superhero alliance (except Superman for some reason). The trailer starts with Bruce Wayne (a.k.a. Ben Afflack) looking to recruit Aquaman for his future team, while the rest of the trailer seems to show the same motive Wayne currently has except targeted towards Wonder Woman, Cyborg, and The Flash. The footage wraps up with an official look at the Justice League logo followed by Bruce talking with Aquaman who he seems to have a fondness of (at least according to what we’ve seen so far). Plus, the whole video doesn’t seem as dark as previous trailers for films directed by Zack Snyder. Of course it’s unclear whether the rest of the film will be this way since lots of hype can be built up around anything to make it sound good, but for now we’re sticking with our opinion that this film will be epic.

Just when you think that’s all the stuff shared with us today regarding the Justice League, Warner Bros. comes out and shocks us all by releasing the first trailer for the upcoming Wonder Woman solo film. This trailer takes a few cues from the Justice League trailer since it doesn’t remain as dark as other previews we’ve seen in the past, however it does contain some hints at that world-famous DC darkness we’ve all come to know and probably not love (at least for some).

Warner Bros. also released a new promotional poster for Wonder Woman which can be found below.


If anything else regarding Justice League comes out of Comic-Con worth mentioning, we’ll update this post.

Via: The Verge (1, 2, 3)

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