Warner Bros. has finally released its most anticipated trailer 2 from Justice League. On first looks, fans are sure to be left awestruck searching for words. Readers can check it out below.
As expected, Warner Bros. first screened the footage during their presentation at San Diego Comic-Con in Hall H. but similar to last year’s trailer release, the studio has uploaded the footage for public viewing on its official YouTube channel.
The main cast was present during the panel (except Henry Cavill) and experienced the trailer along with the attendees. however, neither Zack Snyder nor Joss Whedon was present along with the cast. Instead, Jason Momoa took control of the panel.
The 4-minute trailer once again doesn’t reveal The Man of Steel. however, the ending scene seems to be a tease which suggests it could be the moment Superman comes back to life.
Supervillain Steppenwolf (played by Ciaran Hinds) has managed to the steal the spotlight in the Comic-Con Sneak Peek. Furthermore, the Commander of Apokolips has also shown a glimpse of frightening abilities in the trailer. Fans can check it out below.
The Comic-Con sneak peek has revealed more action sequences compared to the previous trailer. The footage also gives us a glimpse of Atlantis and Themyscira. Unfortunately, it looks like the people of Amazon fail to safeguard their motherbox when raided by the forces of Darkseid and Steppenwolf. Fans can check out the trailer below.
Justice League is all set to release on November 17th, 2017. The film was handed over to Joss Whedon after Zack Snyder’s family tragedy. An earlier report revealed that The Avengers director was filming extensive reshoots in London.
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