We’re just a couple of days away from the hotly anticipated release of Justice League, and to whet our appetite for the superhero team-up movie assembling Earth’s greatest heroes, seven new clips have made their way online.
Justice League will finally unite Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), the Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and Superman (Henry Cavill) as a team to save the world from Steppenwolf (Ciaran Hinds) and his Parademons, who are on the hunt for the Mother Boxes.
Talking about Steppenwolf, the first clip, titled “Steppenwolf Attack,” reveals our best look at the unstoppable DCEU supervillain yet while Alfred (Jeremy Irons) gets a surprise introduction to Cyborg, who makes a cool entrance by wiring himself into that mechanized thing and taking control. The clip closes with a nifty sequence with Aquaman being the badass King of the Seven Seas. Check it out:
While the first clip is all action, the second one, called “We Need Superman,” sees a quiet moment between Bruce and Alfred. Bruce remarks on how the Son of Krypton was more human than he ever was and that "Superman could bring this team together better than I ever could":
The third sneak peek puts the spotlight on Diana of Themyscira in “Wonder Woman Rescue,” where the daughter of Zeus takes on criminals who have taken some hostages in the lobby of a building and are preparing to detonate a bomb. Of course, they’re no match for Wonder Woman, who easily takes care of the problem:
In “Batman Inspires Flash,” the Caped Crusader gives some advice to an anxious Scarlet Speedster, who says that he’s never done battle before and that his MO is that he usually pushes people and runs away. We've already seen snippets of that same scene in previous promos, but we have the full exchange here:
The next clip sees Gotham Commissioner Jim Gordon (J.K. Simmons) meet the team in (ahem) “Jim Gordon Meets the Team” ... minus the Man of Steel, of course, who is still seemingly "dead" at this point:
The final two sneak peeks see Bruce Wayne meeting Arthur Curry, aka Aquaman, for the first time and recruiting Barry Allen onto the team.
Justice League opens on Nov. 17.
(via Screen Rant)