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Warner Bros. and DC unveiled the new trailer during their Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con.

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Comic Con trailer for ‘Justice League’ reveals new info

Warner Bros. and DC unveiled the new trailer during their Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con.

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A few hours after unveiling a bad ass new poster, Warner Bros. and DC ramped up anticipation for Justice League even more by dropping a new trailer for the upcoming team up movie at their Hall H panel. Interestingly, the trailer mentions the Green Lantern Corps, something we’ve not heard much at all about in the DC movie universe since the (justifiably) maligned 2011 Green Lantern movie in 2011.

The new trailer promises a surprising sense of humor in addition to the expected bombastic action, as Batman assembles a team following Superman’s death consisting of himself (Ben Afflect), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) to take on Steppenwolf (Game of Thrones‘ Ciarán Hinds).

With anticipation reaching a fever pitch, are you invested in Justice League?

Warner Bros. and DC unveiled the new trailer during their Hall H panel at San Diego Comic Con.

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