Batman Needs Warriors In New 'Justice League' TV Spot


Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy.

The DC Films franchise culminates in the anticipated blockbuster film, Justice League, which we get a first look at here.

Set to a cover of David Bowie's Heroes, the latest trailer was released at New York Comic Con over the weekend.

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Warner Bros. just released a new Justice League TV spot on their social media accounts.

It's not the only reference to our nocturnal adventures as a voice-over says, "I had a dream it was the end of the world" accompanied by images of death, destruction and mayhem. Shortly after that was released, a new worldwide trailer hit online, and while it's not much different from the other new trailer, this one features some spectacular shots of Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Aquaman we haven't seen before. By the by, those alien bad boys can fly.

Regardless, if Aquaman is an accurate indication of the film's final tone, then Justice League will be a rollercoaster ride. Whedon directed the additional photography for the sequel and is overseeing the completion of its post production following Snyder's family tragedy.

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Whedon, who received writing credit, is known for snappy dialogue, so he might be responsible for Aquaman's lighthearted one-liners, while Snyder's penchant for CGI-heavy setpieces is clearly present in the trailer as well.

The film hits theaters, as well as IMAX and RealD 3D cinemas, on November 17, 2017.

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