The final trailer of Justice League has arrived after testing the patience levels of fans world over and the Batmobile gets lots of time to scorch the screen along with the Super Friends.
I’m not sure about you guys. But I’m totally in for the upcoming Justice League movie. DCEU did have its share of ups and downs. Man of Steel was too brooding. Suicide Squad was too muddled. Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice was divisive. Wonder Woman was awesome. A mixed bag, you see. Even Justice League went through its own set of peak and troughs during its making. Zack Snyder had to leave directorial duties during post-production. Former MCU master Joss Whedon took over. Edits were made. Creative calls were taken. Reshoots were ordered. Fan forums and communities went non-stop about the tone of the movie even before the release. There’s no shortage of noise.
Anyway, with barely a month left before the superhero magnum opus launches worldwide, Warner Bros. Pictures has released the final trailer of the Justice League. And if you are happy to see the pleasant smiles and likable smirks that populate the Heroes trailer, it’s appropriate to be thankful to both Snyder and Whedon, since we don’t know who filmed which part of the movie. What matters is that the JL looks optimistic, vibrant and fun to watch.
A proper trailer breakdown on the return of Superman and on how Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, the Flash and Aquaman will join forces to beat Steppenwolf to pulp is not what we cover at Art of Gears. You can head here for that kind of stuff. What we are psyched about is the Batman. Especially because he owns all the cool vehicles. That’s more of our kind of stuff.
Justice League looks poised to carry forward the goodwill and box office success that DC acquired with Wonder Woman.
As it is becoming the norm these days, most of the shots have been revised and improved with better visual effects and new additions. Like the shot where the Batwing rises up as Batman looks up to the Bat Signal on the clouds at night. The Batwing wasn’t there in the previous trailers. Good touch. We do see the Flying Fox again, as Batman’s specially-built aerial vehicle meant to transport his new gang of Super Friends, heads towards one of those energy bubble formations. Fan theories suggest that the Flying Fox isn’t going to make it out of the final act in one piece.
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The Batmobile steals the show once again and even pops a wheelie during the final battle against Steppenwolf’s Parademon army. Is Batsy watching too many Fast and Furious movies or did he try out the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon recently? Anyway, it looks fabulous as the landscape around him evolves with alien tech. The Caped Crusader does get a bit too close for comfort with a bunch of Parademons as they rip off the Batmobile’s canopy. But Wonder Woman does what every Super Friend must do and disposes off the baddies to keep the Dark Knight looking rad while he blasts his way through the burning building in his way.
When he makes it to the other side of the towering inferno, Aquaman drops from the skies, landing on the Batmobile and you’ve seen what kind of damage a laughing Arthur Curry and a smirking Bruce Wayne can do. It’s all there in one of the previous trailers.
Starring Amy Adams, Ben Affleck, Ezra Miller, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, J. K. Simmons, Jason Momoa, Jeremy Irons, Jesse Eisenberg, Ray Fisher and Ciarán Hinds, Justice League arrives in theaters on November 17, 2017.