New “Justice League” Motion Poster Focuses on Superman

An inspiring new motion graphic, based on the “Justice League” poster released through Fandango, focuses on Superman and his message of hope.

“This is what we know. The world has grown darker. And while we have reason to fear, we have the strength not to. There are heroes among us to remind us that only from fear comes courage. That only from the darkness can we truly feel the light.”

The motion poster is part of a new “No Justice Without Hope” website found at NoJusticeWithoutHope.com.

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sundevil82
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New screensaver

Spidey2878
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It kind of looks like a promo that would’ve been shown in the 1950’s. It has a world of tomorrow look about it.

Spidey2878
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I know I have said that I’m not a fan of this version of superman, but I can’t deny good art either. It really is good art.

GodzillaofSteel
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I love it! It feels classic.

redcape
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I just hope that the running time isn’t too short. There’s a lot of ground to cover and I don’t want it to fly by and before you know it, it’s over.

Clark_Jo
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Well aside from Jeremy Irons stating that the movie’s script was smaller and more linear Kevin Tsujihara reportedly set the requirement Justice League be under 2 hours, it’s 1:59, which is plenty of time.

redcape
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One other point. There better not be any of the Marvel tone(s) to this. They made a comedic mess out of Thor including a buffoon out of the Hulk. I sure don’t want a laugh a minute going on for two hours. A chuckle here and there is exceptable but not a theme for it.

sundevil82
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It works in some marvel movies better than others. Didnt mind the humor with the captain America or iron man films, but found Whedons humor to be more than a little cheesy in the avengers films. (Guy playing Galaga, black widow/Hawkeye banter) That concerns me a little since he specifically came in for that reason here with justice league.

Ultimus Prime
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That Poster is awesome…I still feel Supes should not have died in BvS because it was so poorly and hastily done. Everyone knows you have to build up to iconic moments in comic book history. Hell Doomsday could have been used against Supes by Steppenwolf in this Movie to take him off the board. Make it a big reveal that Doomsday was created specifically by Apokolips to kill Kryptonians. Well atleast we know that with the Justice League things will be of epic proportions. I swear the Avengers movies be so underwhelming in the stakes department and only two of… Read more »
redcape
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100% percent correct regarding Marvel/Avengers. It seemed like after the second Capt America they decided their new direction was going to involve out right comedy. What they’ve done with the new Thor movie is rank to say the least. I would rather not see DC characters down graded to comedic buffoons for he sake of laughs.

LarGand
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I just feel there was an entire movie missing between MoS and BvS. They needed at least one additional solo Superman outing to show that he really did become a true symbol of hope for the world, as opposed to that guy who saved the world once, but unintentionally trashed half of Metropolis in doing so. And BvS … well, there was a lot in there that I enjoyed, but that “Martha” scene was really, really terrible. It was a critical moment in the plot that was supposed to explain why Batman suddenly went from wanting to kill Superman to… Read more »
redcape
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I can’t disagree with U on would have preferred a MoS sequel, BUT…….if that had happened then instead of the JL we would probably be gearing up to see BvS.

Kal-Ed
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This feels very nostalgic and retro looking in a cool way. I love it.
Did I feel a Darwyn Cooked vibe?