Updated: October 9, 2017 3:33:08 pm
A new trailer of DC Comics’ Justice League landed today. It begins with a happy memory of Lois Lane (Amy Adams) with Clarke Kent. Or it may be a dream of the times she could have spent with Clarke Kent.
To others, Superman may be the superhero who saved them from the worst of times, but to Lois, he remained the hero who promised to stay by her side. Lois, who is still wearing the ring, is still living with the pain of watching Clarke die in Batman vs Superman. She is having the toughest time dealing the death of Superman. This was the first trailer of Justice League that gave a glimpse of the Man of Steel.
Soon, the trailer which started with an essence of romance picked up on its action-packed moments. With the new heroes such as Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher), we get a glimpse of their fight with parademon armies.
Wonder Woman swoops in and destroys two of the alien creatures who were attacking Batman. Using that opportunity Bruce Wayne opens fire with his Batmobile and drives through. After the massive explosion, a flying Aquaman lands right onto the Batmobile.
The new heroes also find space to show their sense of humour but of course, it was Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman’s (Gal Gadot) moment with Barry Allen that stood out as the most hilarious moment from the trailer. Flash, in his casual attires, was seen excitedly pointing at the Bat signal when he spotted it in the sky. Clearly, he is enthusiastic about joining the League and he seems slightly underprepared. Or maybe not. Also, Bruce Wayne’s Batplane appears more like a humongous tank, rather than a sophisticated flying vehicle for a superhero who is also an eccentric billionaire.
Directed by ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ and ‘Man of Steel’ helmer Zack Snyder, the film will hit the theaters on November 17.
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