You've seen the action-packed trailers. You've seen the colorful posters. You've seen the TV spots and the clips. But a new featurette for the anxiously-awaited Justice League takes you onto the set and behind the scenes of the superhero epic.
The video gives a unique and all-access look at the making of the film, which unites Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and the Flash (Ezra Miller) for the first time in live-action on the big screen.
Fans can spot director Zack Snyder hard at work bringing the iconic DC Comics superheroes to life, with sneak peek looks at costumes, props and stunts. The video also features exclusive interviews with cast members Gadot, Affleck, Momoa, Fisher and Miller.
"Coming to Justice League felt so surreal," Gadot says. "There's so many superheroes. It's been such an amazing experience."
"It's really exciting to bring the Justice League to the big screen," Affleck says. "It's exciting to see Batman alongside these other legendary characters."
"I swear I've been entering comic frames and living in the world of this universe," says the always wide-eyed and excitable Miller. "You see that Alex Ross painting, and you see it in front of you, and it's these real people, and like, it's so amazing!"
"It was like watching my eight year old dreams come true when you see the members of the League for the first time," Fisher adds. "As far as I'm concerned, it's history-making. It's ground-breaking."
Sorry, fans: still no look at Henry Cavill's Superman. You'll have to wait for Justice League to open November 17.