On Sunday, the latest trailer for DC Comic ’s upcoming superhero mashup film dropped, and any fans who’ve been anxiously awaiting the movie’s release can take comfort that the final trailer is now public. All that’s left is the movie hitting theaters.

Showing the dawn of a world without Superman―opening with a scene of a beleaguered Lois Lane still grappling with his death―followed by Batman gathering up a superhero squad to fend off the coming invasion of the Parademons, there’s quite a bit packed into the three-minute trailer.

The Justice League film—which will see Batman, Wonder Woman, Aqua Man, the Flash, Cyborg, and Superman grace the screen together—has been a subject of massive anticipation for years now.  Justice League is set to be released on Nov. 17, the third DC film directed by Zack Snyder, following  Man of Steel  and  Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

In some ways, the final Justice League trailer can be viewed as its "first" trailer. It's the first real footage that we are getting for this highly anticipated DC superhero team up since Joss Whedon stepped in for Zack Snyder. So this is the opportunity for Warner Bros. and DC to show up any possible changes in direction, or possibly in tone. With that in mind, dig in to this latest and final extended look at Justice League, which just dropped online:

The latest Justice League trailer showed Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) recruiting members of the famed team in the wake of Superman's (Henry Cavill) death. This new trailer cleverly begins on a bait-and-switch, showing a smiling Superman -- A SMILING SUPERMAN -- standing in the corn fields of his family's Kansas abode, asking Lois Lane (Amy Adams) for her had in marriage. It's a dream sequence. But it's a pivotal scene that also shows the way forward for the DCEU. A way towards hope.

You can almost see what might have been reshot on Justice League included in this new trailer. Beyond the fact that everything looks brighter -- Ben Affleck is standing in front of several high-wattage bulbs in key scenes -- the footage features cutaways to JL Hero reaction shots that are meant to lighten the mood . Wonder Woman ( Gal Gadot ) winks at Batman in the midst of a parademon battle. They kept Aquaman's hillbilly "Yeeeaaaahhhh" bellow... easily my favorite part of this entire campaign.

On Sunday, the latest trailer for DC Comic ’s upcoming superhero mashup film dropped, and any fans who’ve been anxiously awaiting the movie’s release can take comfort that the final trailer is now public. All that’s left is the movie hitting theaters.

Showing the dawn of a world without Superman―opening with a scene of a beleaguered Lois Lane still grappling with his death―followed by Batman gathering up a superhero squad to fend off the coming invasion of the Parademons, there’s quite a bit packed into the three-minute trailer.

The Justice League film—which will see Batman, Wonder Woman, Aqua Man, the Flash, Cyborg, and Superman grace the screen together—has been a subject of massive anticipation for years now.  Justice League is set to be released on Nov. 17, the third DC film directed by Zack Snyder, following  Man of Steel  and  Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

In some ways, the final Justice League trailer can be viewed as its "first" trailer. It's the first real footage that we are getting for this highly anticipated DC superhero team up since Joss Whedon stepped in for Zack Snyder. So this is the opportunity for Warner Bros. and DC to show up any possible changes in direction, or possibly in tone. With that in mind, dig in to this latest and final extended look at Justice League, which just dropped online:

The latest Justice League trailer showed Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) recruiting members of the famed team in the wake of Superman's (Henry Cavill) death. This new trailer cleverly begins on a bait-and-switch, showing a smiling Superman -- A SMILING SUPERMAN -- standing in the corn fields of his family's Kansas abode, asking Lois Lane (Amy Adams) for her had in marriage. It's a dream sequence. But it's a pivotal scene that also shows the way forward for the DCEU. A way towards hope.

You can almost see what might have been reshot on Justice League included in this new trailer. Beyond the fact that everything looks brighter -- Ben Affleck is standing in front of several high-wattage bulbs in key scenes -- the footage features cutaways to JL Hero reaction shots that are meant to lighten the mood . Wonder Woman ( Gal Gadot ) winks at Batman in the midst of a parademon battle. They kept Aquaman's hillbilly "Yeeeaaaahhhh" bellow... easily my favorite part of this entire campaign.

Travel to Bravil and you'll be very near to the Flooded Mine you need to infiltrate. Just north a bit is the entrance to the mine. If you've got a water breathing spell (or an enchanted item with an equivalent effect) we suggest you be ready to use it.

The entire mine is flooded with water and there are no enemies to worry about other than the target, Shaleez. It's hard to sneak up on Shaleez because of all the water (you can't sneak while swimming). Luckily, it's easy to get Shaleez stuck.

We swam into the northwestern part of the cave. You can jump out of the water and onto the shore in this open part of the cavern...but Shaleez can't. If you can get her attention, Shaleez will swim towards you and try to attack from the water. Simply counter with a long-range attack and she's guaranteed toast. When she's dead, travel to the next dead drop to the south. Inside a coffin in the fortress is your next assignment.

On Sunday, the latest trailer for DC Comic ’s upcoming superhero mashup film dropped, and any fans who’ve been anxiously awaiting the movie’s release can take comfort that the final trailer is now public. All that’s left is the movie hitting theaters.

Showing the dawn of a world without Superman―opening with a scene of a beleaguered Lois Lane still grappling with his death―followed by Batman gathering up a superhero squad to fend off the coming invasion of the Parademons, there’s quite a bit packed into the three-minute trailer.

The Justice League film—which will see Batman, Wonder Woman, Aqua Man, the Flash, Cyborg, and Superman grace the screen together—has been a subject of massive anticipation for years now.  Justice League is set to be released on Nov. 17, the third DC film directed by Zack Snyder, following  Man of Steel  and  Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

On Sunday, the latest trailer for DC Comic ’s upcoming superhero mashup film dropped, and any fans who’ve been anxiously awaiting the movie’s release can take comfort that the final trailer is now public. All that’s left is the movie hitting theaters.

Showing the dawn of a world without Superman―opening with a scene of a beleaguered Lois Lane still grappling with his death―followed by Batman gathering up a superhero squad to fend off the coming invasion of the Parademons, there’s quite a bit packed into the three-minute trailer.

The Justice League film—which will see Batman, Wonder Woman, Aqua Man, the Flash, Cyborg, and Superman grace the screen together—has been a subject of massive anticipation for years now.  Justice League is set to be released on Nov. 17, the third DC film directed by Zack Snyder, following  Man of Steel  and  Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

In some ways, the final Justice League trailer can be viewed as its "first" trailer. It's the first real footage that we are getting for this highly anticipated DC superhero team up since Joss Whedon stepped in for Zack Snyder. So this is the opportunity for Warner Bros. and DC to show up any possible changes in direction, or possibly in tone. With that in mind, dig in to this latest and final extended look at Justice League, which just dropped online:

The latest Justice League trailer showed Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) recruiting members of the famed team in the wake of Superman's (Henry Cavill) death. This new trailer cleverly begins on a bait-and-switch, showing a smiling Superman -- A SMILING SUPERMAN -- standing in the corn fields of his family's Kansas abode, asking Lois Lane (Amy Adams) for her had in marriage. It's a dream sequence. But it's a pivotal scene that also shows the way forward for the DCEU. A way towards hope.

You can almost see what might have been reshot on Justice League included in this new trailer. Beyond the fact that everything looks brighter -- Ben Affleck is standing in front of several high-wattage bulbs in key scenes -- the footage features cutaways to JL Hero reaction shots that are meant to lighten the mood . Wonder Woman ( Gal Gadot ) winks at Batman in the midst of a parademon battle. They kept Aquaman's hillbilly "Yeeeaaaahhhh" bellow... easily my favorite part of this entire campaign.

Travel to Bravil and you'll be very near to the Flooded Mine you need to infiltrate. Just north a bit is the entrance to the mine. If you've got a water breathing spell (or an enchanted item with an equivalent effect) we suggest you be ready to use it.

The entire mine is flooded with water and there are no enemies to worry about other than the target, Shaleez. It's hard to sneak up on Shaleez because of all the water (you can't sneak while swimming). Luckily, it's easy to get Shaleez stuck.

We swam into the northwestern part of the cave. You can jump out of the water and onto the shore in this open part of the cavern...but Shaleez can't. If you can get her attention, Shaleez will swim towards you and try to attack from the water. Simply counter with a long-range attack and she's guaranteed toast. When she's dead, travel to the next dead drop to the south. Inside a coffin in the fortress is your next assignment.

The final Justice League trailer has officially debuted online, which means we are now in the home stretch of the film's marketing campaign. Each preview that has debuted since the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con trailer has promised a much different tone than the DCEU films that preceded this ensemble blockbuster, and it really has begun to look like DC has learned from mistakes of the past. With regards to this trailer, that means staying away from one of the most significant errors made by Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice 's marketing campaign: showing way too much of the final act.

Trailers for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice were arguably some of the most highly-anticipated previews in recent memory. The film marked the first-ever meeting of Batman and Superman in a live-action film setting, and the DCEU was still riding relatively high off of the polarizing (yet successful) Man of Steel . With anticipation running high, Zack Snyder's second outing into the world of cinematic DC adventures promised to unveil a fascinating maze of secrets and plot turns until one of the final trailers blatantly gave away the fact that Lex Luthor would go on to create Doomsday -- thus resulting in the death of Superman .

The moment Doomsday arrived on the scene, most astute fans were able to generally figure out some of the most prominent Batman V Superman plot beats. However, Justice League has not really had that issue so far. The trailers have spent far more time cultivating a very specific dynamic between this group of heroes than they have spent teasing the arrival of a particular DC storyline, so while we have definitely been able to piece certain aspects of the film's plot together, we have yet to see any moments that immediately signify where the story is going.


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