More Justice League Promos Bring Us New Footage


Barring the last-minute clips and scintillating promos, Sunday’s grand trailer reveal was concrete proof that the Justice League marketing campaign is now beginning to enter the homestretch.

Set against a rather somber, yet fitting cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes,” the footage itself signaled Steppenwolf’s oncoming invasion, as the DC mega-villain waged war on Themyscira and its opulent army of Amazonians. Out of luck and out of time, Ben Affleck’s Caped Crusader then begins scouring the globe in search of allies, eventually cobbling together a team comprised of Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and Flash (Ezra Miller). And that’s where the fun really begins.

If you’re looking for even more from the pic though, we’ve got you covered. Earlier today, the studio dropped two additional promos for Justice League, which can be seen above and below. Admittedly, the second one is essentially just a shortened, re-cut version of the trailer from yesterday, but the preview you’ll see at the top of the page does actually give us some new footage. Not much, mind you, but there is some and for fans eager for anything and everything relating to DC’s finest heroes, it’s worth a watch.

So far, the general consensus surrounding yesterday’s new trailer for the film seems to be pretty positive, which has us hopeful that despite all the rumors and reports of drastic reshoots, things will turn out alright. If nothing else, it seems that, at the very least, the DC fanbase is all in on this one, and with any luck, the franchise will score another win following the blistering success of Wonder Woman.

Justice League will be with us on November 17th. Word is that the long-brewing ensemble pic features not one, but two post-credits scenes, so it’d be wise to stick around after the screen goes black. Besides, with so many DC-related tentpoles cramming up the pipeline, there’s a very good chance the Powers That Be will take the opportunity to tee up Shazam! and/or Suicide Squad 2, both of which are said to be targeting 2019.