Watch All the ‘Justice League’ Character Teaser Trailers

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UPDATED: The “Justice League” heroes took front and center in individual character teasers and posters released on Thursday and Friday to whet audiences’ appetites for Saturday’s debut of the full trailer.

Jason Momoa’s Aquaman was the first character to revel in the spotlight. The first teaser that dropped on Thursday shows Aquaman separating the waters with his trident, tossed to him by Batman.

Ben Affleck’s Batman teaser shows the Dark Knight shooting down baddies from his Batmobile.

Ezra Miller’s Flash is depicted running at lighting speed, naturally.

Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman was the first teaser launched on Friday. The clips feature the Amazonian in both civilian clothes — restoring what looks to be a marble sculpture of, fittingly enough, the goddess Diana — and suited up in armor mid-fight.

In another teaser released on Friday, Ray Fisher’s Vic Stone walks down the street in his letterman jacket, before he opens fire as Cyborg.


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Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gadot, Momoa, Miller, and Fisher star in the Warner Bros. tentpole. Amy Adams, Amber Heard, Jeremy Irons, J.K. Simmons, and Willem Dafoe also appear in the pic. Zack Snyder began shooting “Justice League” in April from a script by Chris Terrio.

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” starring Affleck as Batman and Cavill as Superman, turned out to be mildly disappointing for Warner Bros., grossing $870 million worldwide. Snyder directed from Terrio’s screenplay, which introduced Gadot as Wonder Woman, Momoa as Aquaman, and Miller as The Flash.

A trailer for “Justice League” surprised fans at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con with its upbeat tone. The film hits theaters on Nov. 17, while Momoa’s standalone “Aquaman” was recently pushed back to Dec. 21, 2018.

Snyder also unveiled a new poster for “Justice League” on Thursday.

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  1. Hellbent says:

    I like DC comics and I will go see them all at the movies but many wont. I predict that none of these movies will hit the billion dollar gold standard for these types of movies. The biggest problem is the characters stray too far away from their comic book storyline to the point of disappointment for the hardcore fan base and the young generation will talk eachother out of going by unfairly compare DC to an already established billion dollar Marvel Movie and feel let down due to expectations being too high to begin with. Henry and Jason are the only two actors that fit the characters they play. Cyborg looks like a cartoon. I Still can’t wait to see it because I could be wrong.

  2. Jacques Strappe says:

    The trailer teases make the film look like a copy of B v S and that is not a good thing. transferring comic books into a more literal film interpretation, essentially a living and breathing realistic comic book on the screen, is where these DC attempts are failing, IMO. It’s much easier to suspend disbelief when reading a comic book than it is watching live adult actors in tights and armor WB stumbles when they don’t tailor the comic books for the big screen and at least try to humanize these superheroes to make them a little more accessible to a broad audience. DC comic book purists are yelling blasphemy at that notion but Zack tries too hard to faithfully recreate the comic book pages on screen. The movie experience is very different from the comic book one..

  3. Dunstan says:

    Loco, there’s no question that Warner has bungled the quality of their DC franchises and badly. But until the film debuts, saying it sucks is kinda irrelevant.

  4. Wayne says:

    I hate the Flash costume.

  5. Fineous McDirty Bird says:


  6. Timely Comment says:

    The blue eye contacts on Momoa looks so wrong. Looks like they’re about to pop out, and those blond hair highlights don’t really fit Khal Drogo…

    To bad he’s playing the DC Films Universe’s ‘dark’ Arthur Curry instead of MARVEL’s Namor— Momoa would have been a PERFECT moody, sullen Atlantean Submariner. Imperious Rex!

    /the DCFU

  7. Cass says:

    I know exactly zero people excited for Aquaman.

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