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Discussion in 'Media and content' started by morphine, Jul 3, 2013.
Hmm. There's a reference to Green Lantern in the narration. Hopefully we'll see a cameo.
Actually, aside from this new trailer, there are some additional videos posted in the Justice League movie's official Instagram account here: https://www.instagram.com/justiceleague/ (Sorry, I don't know how to embed the videos here, so I just posted the link)
DC spent 20 Million for reshoots when Whedon took over from Snyder. They even change the film scorer from Junkie XL to Danny Elfman. Let’s just hope you that the finish product will be Whedon’s vision not Snyder’s.
They released a new trailer. Some new footage in there too:
On a slightly related note, there are also rumors that DC is planning a Deathstroke movie with Gareth Evans (The Raid) as director and Joe Manganiello in the title role (Source: http://uproxx.com/movies/deathstroke-solo-movie-dc-fans-divided/)
On a related note. The confirmed running time of Justice League is an anemic 121 minutes. To compare with other comicbook hero movies, Man Of Steel was 143 minutes long, BVS 151 minutes, Civil War - 147 minutes and Avengers Age of Ultron 141 minutes. Let's just hope that DC isn't doing this to maximize profits for more daily repeat viewing as what they've done with BVS then afterwards releasing an ultimate edition on Bluray.
Another one, focusing on The Flash:
And on Cyborg:
A Behind-the-Scenes look at the shooting of the movie:
I noticed hoisting wires attached to Barry and Bruce while talking to Diana (presumably in the scene where Barry sees the BatSignal), so I assume something will happen at the end of this scene which will see them being lifted up or pulled back. Interesting...
It's kind of funny to see Cyborg's "costume" before the CGI is added. It looks like he's wearing pajamas with a white zipper. LOL!
For those who want to watch the movie unspoiled, please look away. The following are 6 scenes from the movie (and the first close look at Steppenwolf):
Not too impressed with Steppenwolf's look. But being a DC and Marvel fan, I will definitely watch this no matter what the reviews say...
How many trailers does this movie have?
Maybe someone can splice together all the trailers so far and we don't even have to go to the theater anymore.
Still getting a lot of BvS and SS feels from the trailerses.
Will still watch it with my kid of course, it's tradition.
I was thinking of the same thing...
Compared to Marvel's Thor and Black Panther where I feel like its the same clips just edited differently.
Then I saw news that the JL Movie will be less than 2 hours...
DC and Marvel really have differing treatments to their films and stories. The JL movie scenes feel so cartoon-y to me (like they're channeling Hanna-Barbera's Superfriends). They show Steppenwolf grabbing missiles and aiming it at the tunnel walls, Wonder Woman crashing through the ceiling to throw a bomb through a roof skylight, Aquaman surfing on a Parademon. Really? I know Marvel does some out-of-this world stuff sometimes, but I don't think they do it to such an ourageous extent, unless it's really as goofball a comedy as the Guardians of the Galaxy series...
JL midnight screening. Tickets are now available.
Steppenwolf and his minions threaten the earth. Batman talks to WonderWoman to assemble the league. The five get together. The Justice league kicks the ass out of Stepp’s minions but have a hard time against the Steppenwolf. Superman comes to their aid to save the day.
Did I miss anything?
After credits: Aquaman (Arthur Curry) legally adopts Steppenwolf.
He is now known as Stepp Curry. Moves to Oakland and joins a league called The Warriors.
.. and when Stepp Curry get angry, he gonna throw his mouthpiece at ya! Watch out!
You forgot the after-credits scene which will inevitably bring Darkseid to Earth for JL2...
Errr. Early reactions are a mixed bag. With some praising it for being a fun movie with excellent characters while at the same time being panned as having a weak narrative and unimpressive CGI. Not a good sign.
^ Plus, Rotten Tomatoes is delaying the release of the early critic reviews until Nov 16 12:01am (which can only mean the powers-that-be don't want moviegoers to be dissuaded with the negative reviews).