SDCC teases ‘Justice League’ fans with first movie trailer

Justice League Movie Poster
A peek at the 'Justice League' movie. (image: @justiceleaguewb Twitter page)

On Saturday, the San Diego Comic-Con released a much-awaited trailer for the new ‘Justice League’ movie that made die-hard DC superhero comics fans crave for more.

Directed by Zack Snyder with its scheduled release on November 17, 2017, the JL movie has created a big buzz across the web and among superhero DC movie fans. Now at the San Diego Comi-Con, a sneak peek of the greatly anticipated movie trailer explained why.

The first seconds of the preview showed us Bruce Wayne/Batman in an unfamiliar place to finally meet and try to recruit Aquaman (Jason Momoa). The next scenes suggested that Bruce reunites with Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) to help form an alliance of powerful super-humans.

“I believe that an enemy is coming… from far away. I’m looking for warriors,” says Bruce Wayne as he faces Aquaman for the first time.  “I’m building an alliance to defend us”, he added.

The trailer also introduced Barry Allen/ The Flash played by Ezra Miller who enthusiastically agreed on joining the gang without much persuasion. Another well-known superhero, Cyrborg played by Ray Fisher agreed to be a part of the fantastic league of heroes that we all know.

However, Superman actor Henry Cavill was not part of the trailer previewed at the Comic-Con. The character was last seen in the movie, Batman v Superman. The previous movie revealed that the superhero thought to be dead, was resurrected once more.

The fictional superhero team also known as the Justice League of America (JLA) first appeared in American comic books by DC Comics. It was initially conceived by the writer, Gardner Fox with their first appearance in the issue #28 of The Brave and the Bold in 1960, and finally received their own comic book title in October of the same year.

Since its inception, the JLA has been starred in different television programs as well as video games.

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