'Justice League' Sneak Peek: Trailer Specially Made For The Fans At The Comic-Con 2016 [VIDEO]


For all the fans of DC Comics, good news are surfacing as "Wonder Woman" trailer is released and "Justice League" trailer is out for the first look.

A special trailer for the 2016 Comic-Con was created in order to introduce to the world a new set of heroes that will take on a new challenge. The trailer shows the heroes of the 'Justice League', Independent reported.

The casts of the "Justice League" includes Ben Affleck playing as Batman, Gal Gadot starring as Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller playing as The Flash, Jason Mamoa who plays as Aquaman, Ray Fisher  starring as Cyborg, and Henry Cavill who will star as superman.

In the Comic-Con trailer, Bruce Wayne (Batman) can be seen with Diane, also known as Wonder Woman, out recruiting people with special abilities to a team. The team that they will form will be fighting the biggest and baddest villain in town. At the beginning of the trailer, Batman (or Bruce Wayne) can be seen arriving in a town where there is a rumored 'man who comes from the sea'. Obviously, that is Aquaman. Here, Batman expresses his belief about an enemy that is coming from far away and he said that he is looking for warriors. Furthermore, Bruce Wayne added that he is building an 'alliance' to defend the world, Indie Wire reported.

Aquaman does not seem to be interested with the offer and declines while Barry Allen a.k.a. The Flash, joins right away because he said that he needs 'friends'. The sneak peek on Comic-Con also shows the superheroes in action-packed scenes donning their beautiful flashy outfits.

This film is previously spoiled in the "Batman v Superman" where Bruce Wayne and Diana can be seen looking at files that shows video footage of other heroes.

The Film is directed by Zack Snyder and will also feature a few more stars which includes J.K. Simmons, Willem Dafoe, and Amber Heard. The movie, "Justice League" hits the big screen on 17 November 2017.


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