The final teasers for Justice League trailer have landed. Warner Bros. has released exclusive clips of Wonder Woman and Cyborg. Moreover, the studio has also shared new promo posters as well.
Fans might be disappointed with Wonder Woman’s teaser clip as it does not feature any of her new abilities. However, it still gives fans a new look at her civilian identity.
Cyborg Blaster Revealed In Justice League Teaser
Cyborg’s teaser footage is truly applauding as it gives fans a closer look at his cybernetic body. Furthermore, we also get to see him use his blasters to save two civilians.
Warner Bros. also shared a new team photo of the Justice League. Batman is centered in the poster as he leads the united metahumans. But the Man of Steel is yet again missing in the scene of action. Meanwhile, Wonder Woman and Cyborg have received their own character poster as well. Fans can check out the new clips and promo photos below.
Man of Steel played by Henry Cavill was killed during his battle against Doomsday in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” but the superhero’s reawakening from the grave was hinted in the movie’s ending scene.
Warner Bros. will be releasing Justice League trailer on Saturday. The movie is scheduled to hit theaters on November 17th, 2017. Prior, fans will get to watch Wonder Woman live action movie on June 2nd, 2017.
Wonder Woman has been rated PG-13 by MPAA. The movie will release worldwide and is suited for viewing of the masses.
What do you think of Warner Bros. approach towards the promotion of Justice League, Do you think the studio should promo the Man of Steel’s teaser clip and character poster? Let me know in the comments below.
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