Our Heroes Return For New 'Justice League' Trailer

Our Heroes Return For New 'Justice League' Trailer

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Due in theaters next month Justice League could be DC and Warner Bros. last chance at redemption. It's an action-packed, all-star affair featuring DC's most iconic heroes, check it out above.

The three-minute teaser opens in a Lois Lane (Amy Adams) dream of her and Clark Kent in a sunset-lit field. You probably caught an eyeful of the villain in the trailer, but now you can get a better look at him. Perhaps. We also get an incredible shot of Wonder Woman taking the alien general Steppenwolf head on.

In any case, it's not like this trailer has nothing new in it.

On paper, this sounds like a license to print money: Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg (and Superman because, c'mon, he's totally not dead) team up to save the planet.

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Fans were quick to point out that the scene in the trailer mimics a key scene from Superman: The Movie.

The film's story is by Chris Terrio & Zack Snyder, with the screenplay by Chris Terrio and Joss Whedon. "As a comic book movie fan myself, I'm just chomping at the bit to sit in a cinema and watch it with a full audience!" But whatever it's called in Justice League, the resulting blow is impressive, as it transforms the surrounding earth into a molten wasteland, similar to that of Steppenwolf's fiery homeworld. Justice League arrives in United Kingdom and U.S. cinemas on 17 November.

Marvel has also used today as the ideal opportunity to sneakily announce, via Robert Downey Jr. appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, that RDJ will be reprising the role of Tony Stark for Iron Man 4, but no release date was mentioned during his TV appearance.

Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot enlist the help of other heroes including Jason Momoa's Aquaman, Ray Fisher's Cyborg, and Ezra Miller's The Flash.