The rumors were true after all. Warner Bros. has released two new teasers for Justice League, hyping the fans for the main trailer release this Saturday.
The studio shared 0:15 clip for The Flash and The Batman. Moreover, fans also got to take a look at their main abilities in their fight against the alien forces.
Flying Parademon Spotted In Batman Teaser
The Batman’s teaser reveals Commissioner Gordon played by J.K. Simmons shining the Bat signal to call upon The Dark Knight. Gotham’s superhero is also shown standing over gargoyle looking structure.
The next scene is truly breathtaking as Batman is inside his Batmobile in weapon mode, shooting a Parademon. Furthermore, we also get a glimpse of his new tactical suit.
The Flash Is Wearing His First Mechanical Speedster Suit
The Flash’s teaser gives fans a closer look at his mechanical suit. It is probably the first costume created by Barry Allen himself. The next shot shows the speedster cruising as the blue lightening surrounds him. Videos are embedded below.
Warner Bros. has also released new promotional photos for Justice League. Aquaman, The Flash and The Batman have gotten their own posters as well. Fans can check it out below.
Justice League is scheduled to hit theaters on November 17th, 2017. Fans can take a look at the trailer debut this Saturday. However, prior to that, the teaser for Wonder Woman and Cyborg from Justice League is expected to hit anytime.
In other news, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 has also dropped its new posters. Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana and others have shared their character’s poster on Facebook and Twitter.
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Source: Warner Bros.
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