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Aquaman Plays Moses in New ‘Justice League’ Teaser

Posted by Hoob on March 23rd, 2017
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In two days we are going to get to see the next trailer for Warner Bros Justice League. Along with being one of the most anticipated movies of all time, the film also has the weight of the rest of the DC Cinematic Universe riding on its shoulders. The big question is whether or not bringing all of the heroes together can make up for the lackluster experiences that they’ve thus far given us on our own. For me, the bigger question is what casual audiences (non-comic book readers) think when Darkseid is eventually revealed. It’s going to be pretty funny when people take to Twitter to talk about the Justice League movie ripping off Marvel with their copy of Thanos. In reality, Jack Kirby actually created Darkseid a few years before Jim Starlin created Thanos.

Anyways, today we’ve got a new teaser that focuses mostly on Aquaman. To me, that means we might be looking at at least one more teaser for Cyborg or Flash before the actual trailer hits in two days. Along with the teaser, we’ve also got a new poster for the film. Check it all out below and then be sure to keep checking back for more teasers and the eventual trailer release.

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Justice League stars: Aquaman (Jason Momoa) Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and Superman (Henry Cavill), along with a supporting cast that includes: Jeremy Irons, Amy Adams, J.K. Simmons, Connie Nielsen, Jesse Eisenberg, Willem Dafoe, and Ciaran Hinds. Justice League opens November 17th.


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