With less than a week away before the premiere of Justice League, Warner Bros. and DC Films are revealing more about their long-awaited superhero team up film.
The new clip, called "Age of Heroes," references the formation of the League and Wonder Woman's comments that have been used frequently, "They said the Age of Heroes would never come again." Check out the clip above!
In the clip, Wonder Woman goes up against some would-be terrorists as they attempt to shoot up some innocent victims, running down a line, deflecting each bullet with her bracelets.
The early reactions to Justice League are pretty positive thus far, calling it a fun and action packed film filled with heart and humor. The buzz ahead of the release bodes well for Warner Bros., who have a lot riding on the film.
Though Justice League is very likely going to be profitable, they want the film to have some legs when it hits theaters. Fans responding positively will result in more people to the theaters.
It seems like Warner Bros. has yet another hit in their already impressive output for 2017, ending the year on a high note. With the success of It and Wonder Woman, Justice League will be yet another feather it the studio's cap and a clear indicator that the tide is shifting for DC Films.
Jason Momoa's portrayal of Aquaman will surface again in his own film releasing in December next year. And according to Ezra Miller and WB executives, there seems to be a priority to get the Flashpoint movie off the ground soon.
With the massive slate of DC-based movies on the horizon, it's a great time to be a superhero fan.
Justice League premieres in theaters November 17.