New 'Justice League' TV Spots Released

Justice League is so close to finally hitting theaters, and Warner Bros. has released two brand [...]

Justice League is so close to finally hitting theaters, and Warner Bros. has released two brand new TV spots to get you on the hype train.

The first is called "Coming", and features Batman telling the team about the coming threat. That threat turns out to be Steppenwolf of course, who even by himself will challenge this formidable team. Perhaps the best part of the spot is Alfred from behind the scenes. Alfred is viewing several monitors as Wonder Woman is breaking up a heist when a thug hits her on the head with his gun.

Alfred for a second laments the thug's situation, saying "he might not have thought that through." Suffice it to say, Wonder Woman's going to send him flying.

The second clip is called "Skills", and focuses on the team Wonder Woman and Batman have assembled. As Wonder Woman calls them to follow her lead, Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, and Batman all get their moments to shine in this TV spot. A few of the best moments have been seen in other spots, such as Cyborg catching Aquaman as he flies through the air or Aquaman telling Batman "I dig it" after seeing him in costume.

You can watch both spots in the video above.

Screenings are already taking place for the long-anticipated DC film, and the reviews thus far seem to be pretty favorable. There are some negative outliers sure, but overall people seem to be embracing the big action and more lighthearted tone. If that bears out after it is fully released, that will definitely make those at the studio as well as the cast extremely happy, and Warner Bros. will be able to keep the momentum going from this year's other hit film Wonder Woman.

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Justice League hits theaters on November 17.

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