The “Justice League” cast jokes around, punches baddies, and occasionally acts in a new, behind-the-scenes video tweeted by director Zack Snyder on Friday morning.

Snyder also tweeted “Last day filming in the U.K. It has been an amazing shoot. Big thanks to everyone involved,” along with the footage.

We get a glimpse in the video’s opening seconds of the first scene from the film’s Comic Con trailer, as Snyder and his crew film Ben Affleck’s Batman confronting Jason Momoa’s Aquaman. Momoa later violently slams Affleck against a wall, before showing his lighter side as he drops his trident while trying a fancy move and then steals Wonder Woman’s sword while she’s not looking.

We also see the whole superhero team, which includes Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg, descend an elevator, looking fierce.

However, there is barely any sign of Henry Cavill’s Superman, even though the character is also slated to appear in the film.

“I just want to say a quick thanks to my cast and crew. It’s been a great shoot. And thank you U.K.; you’ve been amazing,” Snyder says at the end of the video.

The movie also stars J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon, while Amy Adams, Jeremy Irons, and Jesse Eisenberg reprise their roles as Lois Lane, Alfred Pennyworth, and Lex Luthor, respectively.

“Justice League” hits theaters on Nov. 17, 2017.