Justice League trailer: Wonder Woman slays in this Comic Con trailer

It remains to be seen whether it has managed to put the universe back on track and whether Justice League will continue the momentum it has been given. After the tragedy in the life of Zack Snyder, director of Man of Steel and Batman vs Superman, Joss Whedon who directed the first two Avengers (successfully, it is worth mentioning) was brought out of the blue to helm the flagship project in DCEU. And among the critics, only Wonder Woman, last DCEU film, has earned respect. Now let’s hope you’re not too late” and the curtain falls. Related News
When Deadpool bowed down to Wonder Woman and Gal Gadot showed Ryan Reynolds some love. Or is it Green Lantern? The trailer also gives ample time to individual members of the Justice League. We see Wonder Woman making short work of a bunch of gunmen terrorising children early in the trailer. At the end, we finally see what we already suspected – that Superman is going to return. We see only a glimpse of his power, but it is enough to realise that he won’t be an easy bullet to chew for our heroes. Jason Momoa is really a dream casting for Aquaman and he is patently enjoying portraying the character. The new trailer has managed to restore our faith in the DC Extended Universe. Speaking of which, we get a lot more of Steppenwolf, the supervillain that Justice League faces, than we saw earlier. The Justice League members are seen discussing their alliance and like we saw in the Avengers, we might see a potentially cliched but necessary rift before they unite against the common enemy. Steppenwolf does seem to have put the Justice League on its backfoot, if they are short one superhero in a team full of superheroes. Alfred, played by Jeremy Irons with his rich baritone and deadpan humour, looks at something and says, “He said you’d come. Cyborg also makes his presence known and it reminds us how easy it is to forget how cool a character he is. See photoWonder Woman flies past Batman vs Superman to become highest grossing DC filmVin Diesel, Gal Gadot’s on playdate with their kids: “When we aren’t playing superheroes”, see photoJustice League, the film based on DC’s superhero team-up is one of the much-anticipated superhero movies this year. Well, in any case the latest footage shown at San Diego Comic Con has made us pumped up about the film the release of which is still months away. 2017-07-23T12:21:51+00:00″>
Published:July 23, 2017 12:21 pm

Justice League is out on November 17. Diana, better known as Wonder Woman, absolutely slays and it is clear that Warner Bros and DC honchos have far more trust in Gal Gadot and her character and with Joss Whedon doing extensive reshoots of the film, we will likely see more of her than we would have seen if Wonder Woman had not been that successful. You can’t save the world alone ✨❤️ #Repost from @justiceleague #WBSDCC #JusticeLeague
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Clearly, Steppenwolf means business. Like the universe itself, the film also has had a mixed development history.  
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