Final Trailer for Zack Snyder’s “Justice League”

The final trailer for Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” has been posted online.

The 4-hour R-rated movie will be available to stream on HBO Max from March 18.

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NeoRanger
NeoRanger(@neoranger)
February 14, 2021 11:54 am

THE MAD LAD
HE ACTUALLY HAD THE JOKER SAY “WE LIVE IN A SOCIETY”
I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING.

The rest of the trailer is pretty damn good. I mean, the most disappointing thing about it is that there’s a fair amount of scenes we’ve seen in other trailers (which never made it into the theatrical cut), but if that’s my big problem with it, we’re good.

I also like Alfred’s line in this, contrived though it may be.

redcape
redcape(@redcape)
February 14, 2021 1:48 pm
Reply to  NeoRanger

Best part was Joker tuning around and calling him “Batman”. This for me will probably be one of the most look forward to movies that I’ll ever “look forward” to again. Sure hope there’s going to be a decent amount of Superman throughout. I can only hope the Blu-Ray won’t be far behind.

Superman2878
Superman2878(@spidey2878)
February 14, 2021 3:12 pm

The Darkside and his minions scene looks interesting. Also interesting to see that Bruce was looking at a video of Superman. I remember there being rumors of Supergirl being shown in this film because of the leg that Bruce was looking at from that video. So this answers that question if she’s in it or not. I’m not sure if we will see anything new in regards to Superman. Maybe a few scenes that were deleted and the alternate scenes that weren’t used for the theatrical cut. I don’t think that Cavill did any recent reshoots for Zack’s version though.… Read more »

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NeoRanger
NeoRanger(@neoranger)
February 14, 2021 4:31 pm
Reply to  Superman2878

He didn’t, but it should be noted that almost all of Superman’s footage in the theatrical release was reshoots. I don’t expect Superman will be in a lot of this movie, but almost all of his scenes in this version will be new to us. What remains to be seen is how many of the reshoots were based on the original script, but with a twist. Meaning, most of Superman’s scenes in this will have been unseen by us, but they are likely to closely resemble the ones in the theatrical release, even if they’re technically not the same.

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redcape
redcape(@redcape)
February 14, 2021 8:24 pm
Reply to  NeoRanger

According to Snyder aside from a very few select scenes nothing else comparable. Nothing from JossW’s JL will be in his. I think it’s safe to say, we won’t be seeing Superman and Cyborg laying on the ground laughing. I’m sure with the time frame this movie has, we will see a lot of it surrounding the other JL characters.

NeoRanger
NeoRanger(@neoranger)
February 15, 2021 5:23 pm
Reply to  redcape

Sure, but it’s pretty obvious that as far as Superman goes, his story hits the same basic beats: resurrection, park fight, farm, final battle. Probably a few extra scenes here or there. The farm scenes will likely be extended, if he got the chance to shoot some of the extra bits he didn’t get to do the first time around (like J’onn and Lois talking in the kitchen). I’m curious to see how different those scenes will be, considering the context will be the same.

Last edited 9 months ago by NeoRanger
Kal-Ed
Kal-Ed(@kal-ed)
February 15, 2021 3:21 pm

I can’t express the excitement and the joy crawling inside of me. I am giggling from happiness. March can’t be here soon enough. That ‘we live in a society’ phrase from Joker was a wee bit strange. I would have inserted We Live In A World instead but it is what it is.

NeoRanger
NeoRanger(@neoranger)
February 15, 2021 5:19 pm
Reply to  Kal-Ed

“We live in a society” is a Joker meme. It’s meant to mock edgelord youngsters who think they’re wise beyond their years, most of who cropped up after The Dark Knight and Ledger’s joker. They would usually say things like “We live in a society, where the old stomp on the young” or some such nonsense and over time it got shortened to the first part, usually accompanied by a picture of the Joker. The meme saw a resurgence after The Joker movie. Which makes its inclusion here very strange, if it’s meant unironically. If it’s meant to be a… Read more »

Kal-Ed
Kal-Ed(@kal-ed)
February 15, 2021 10:59 pm
Reply to  NeoRanger

Those youngsters will also get old some day and their youngsters will complain about how they live in a society that the old stomps the young hehehehee. The cycle gets renewed every generation and it’s a natural rewind of things. But I get what you meant about the meme. Then again the Joker does and says things that only make sense to him and him alone.

GodzillaofSteel
GodzillaofSteel(@godzillaofsteel)
February 16, 2021 2:57 am

I’m glad for 2 reasons. First and foremost, I’m glad that we’ll see Superman in the full version of Justice League. I’ve been waiting for all those scenes that were cut out from the theatrical release. Secondly, I’m so happy for Zack Snyder to be able to see his vision fully realized and put out for the world to see. As an artist and writer myself, there’s nothing more annoying than having your work butchered or shutdown.

redcape
redcape(@redcape)
February 16, 2021 12:34 pm

I’m with you on seeing Zack’s version of all these JL characters. I saw WW84 yesterday and there certainly wasn’t what I’d call much of a story line even remotely within the same world of Snyder’s. I found the entire movie difficult through out. Maybe my age has me appreciating a more mature aspect regarding story lines and that’s why I like Zack’s direction. WW84 was IMO, made for younger audiences and definitely not what I’d call on the darker side. I sure as far as WW’s character, I’m going to more so appreciate her in Zack’s world. WW84 was… Read more »

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NeoRanger
NeoRanger(@neoranger)
February 16, 2021 5:44 pm
Reply to  redcape

Wonder Woman 84 was a disaster, but for different reasons than the ones you mentioned. Breaking continuity is a minor problem, as we don’t know what WB wants to do with their DCEU yet. The tone was fine too, it was supposed to be a throwback to the Lynda Carter TV show, it’s fine. The movie, as a movie, was a mess. Which isn’t surprising, considering who they got to write it. It was silly, with terrible dialogue and performances, recycled soundtrack in the most awkward way possible, terrible pacing and choke-full of contrivances. Like, I know it’s customary to… Read more »

redcape
redcape(@redcape)
February 17, 2021 1:14 pm
Reply to  NeoRanger

Your descriptions of WW84 fit in as well. At least Snyder’s movies(the ones I’ve seen) haven’t gone into a world of “stupid”. WW84 on many levels did.

If there was one thing it showed me, it was what can happen when different people take the helm of these characters. I don’t believe for a second that if Snyder was to have made that movie he would have gone anywhere near the almost ridiculous story plots it did.

LarGand
LarGand(@largand)
February 16, 2021 5:22 am

Excellent trailer! Don’t know whether the script will hold up, but I’m confident this movie is going to look amazing! And kudos to Snyder for having a bit of fun with the Joker and his “we live in a society” line … Gave me a good chuckle.