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Watch The Justice League First Look From AT&T

11 October 2017, 04:03 | Myron Mathis

Watch The Justice League First Look From AT&T


The film follows 2016's Batman v Superman and this year's Wonder Woman, with the characters uniting to form the Justice League.

With only six weeks to go until Justice League is - for better or worse - unleashed on the world, the folks at DC Comics and Warner Bros have dropped a new trailer.

"Playing Batman was a boyhood dream come true for me, so playing Batman alongside the Justice League?".

One of the primary complaints about Dawn of Justice was that Snyder's color palette, primarily mixing tiresome greys, navy blues, blacks and browns, made every scene bleed together.

In the trailer, Batman and Wonder Woman recruit a team of metahumans to fight against the sinister force that is about to invade. If Justice League looks as dark and murky as the trailers make it appear, D.C. may be backsliding into its old aesthetic.


"The first time we all stood on set in costume, we just looked around at each other and you could tell it was a big moment for each one of us".

Wonder Woman as she appeared in Zack Snyder's "Dawn of Justice" is almost unrecognizable from the same character who led Patty Jenkins' "Wonder Woman".

DC made a big choice when they chose to jump straight to a team-up flick instead of every character getting their own film first like Marvel did. But Whedon's work is well-recognized for its snappy, light dialogue and bold, amusing characters.

So that probably explains why this new Justice League featurette, presented by AT&T, is a little awkward. Earlier trailers showed the Amazonians taking on the Parademons. The executive producers are Jim Rowe, Wesley Coller, Curt Kanemoto, Chris Terrio and Ben Affleck.

Justice League hits theaters in November.

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