When an alien attacks, Wonder Woman, Batman and the rest help a ‘world without hope’ in upcoming film.
The company says it will try to build off the success of “Wonder Woman” and move away from a strictly interconnected universe across its films.
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Cue the latest cover of David Bowie’s Heroes: The good guys (and Wonder Woman) of Justice League have got to save the day in the wake of a fallen Man of Steel.
The final trailer for Justice League (in theaters Nov. 17) showcases newspapers with the headline “World Without Hope” and terrorism, alien invasions and other bad stuff sweeping the globe after the death of Superman (Henry Cavill) — who we get to see proposing to love Lois Lane (Amy Adams) in a flashback.
Never fear, though, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Batman (Ben Affleck) have got a plan.
The Flash (far left, Ezra Miller) joins superheroes Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) in ‘Justice League.’ (Photo: Clay Enos)
The Flash (Ezra Miller), a super-speedy Batman fanboy, as well as oceanic bad boy Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and android Cyborg (Ray Fisher) join the cause when a mysterious army from another world arises on Earth. Batman rains a symphony of destruction in his Batmobile and Aquaman tosses his mighty trident at flying Parademons, but if that doesn’t get you psyched for this movie, there’s Wonder Woman facing off with the crazy evil Steppenwolf (Ciaran Hinds) and smirking after wiping some pesky villains off Batman’s ride.
Praise Hera, we’re in!