While San Diego Comic Con is underway this weekend, WB’s decided to drop the “Justice League” trailer today. So here it is, the full trailer for “Justice League”.
I’m pretty impressed with it really. I really liked “Man of Steel”, “Wonder Woman” and “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice”. I thought all three were great flicks! All three of those films were leading up to the “Justice League” film. While all the advertisements omitted Superman, I believe they finally included him in this trailer above. The trailer teases Superman’s return. I believe that’s who Alfred was talking to when he was talking to a character “off-screen”… that was Clark Kent/Superman who Alfred was talking to; that was Henry Cavill’s voice, indeed.
So when are we actually going to see Superman in action in the film? Probably not until the very end of the movie I would say. Throughout the movie, they would keep teasing that Superman is alive and then we’ll see him at the end. Superman will join the Justice League group at the end of the movie. It’s not really a “spoiler” ’cause everybody probably knows that’s what’s going to happen anyways.
Anyhow, I’m pretty stoked for the movie. This is one movie that I’m most anticipated for this year other than “Star Wars: Episode 8”, “Stephen King’s The Dark Tower”, “IT” and “Jigsaw” (Saw 8).
Can’t wait for “Justice League”. Definitely going to see this one.
4 thoughts on “Full “Justice League” trailer is finally out and it looks freakin’ awesome! Hell yeah!!!”
I was very impressed with the trailer. I’m hoping the movie even comes close.
A lot of people like to bash Zack Snyder but I think he’s a talented film maker. I think he’s one of the best out there, actually. I love what he did to “Watchmen” too. “300” and “Dawn of the Dead” remake were badass films too. People respect him for his visuals and special effects but I always thought his storytelling was overlooked. I thought he did great with “Man of Steel” and “B vs. S: DOJ”.
People thought his film, “Sucker Punch” was his worst but I didn’t think so. I liked that one too. Not as bad as people made it out to be.
I’m not looking forward to “Stephen King’s The Dark Tower” because it looks like they Hollywooded it up too much.