In the video, Affleck reprises his role as the billionaire vigilante as he tracks down the future members of his alliance. The trailer starts with Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne, hunting down Aquaman, presumably putting together the team of warriors that Warner Bros. hopes will be its answer to The Avengers.
It is nice to see that there will be some humor to this movie and it won't try and be like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, where it tries too hard to be dark. Even Gadot's Wonder Woman gets in a slight jab there, mocking Batman's job as recruitment chair.
The movie's cast remained tight-lipped about the plot and their characters, but the trailer shows "magizoologist" Newt Scamander (Redmayne) arrive in NY in 1926 with a case of magical creatures that escape, wreak havoc and face threats from the non-magical humans in the city. While Wonder Woman, The Flash, Cyborg and Aquaman all make an appearance within the trailer, Henry Cavill's "Superman" is understandably absent.
After watching Wonder Woman's trailer and Justice League's, I'm feeling confident in the direction Warner Bros.is headed with the DCEU.
Warner Bros. Pictures surprised their fans and audiences during this year's San Diego Comic Con when they released a full-length trailer for "Justice League".
It's not really the movie, but it gives you a good idea of what the movie will look like. Despite the movie's underrated output, many believe that Ben Affleck is by far the best choice to play the Caped Crusader. 'Justice League, and joining them are Jason Mamoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, and Ezra Miller as The Flash.
Though it will certainly boost anticipation for Justice League, all of this inevitably comes at the expense of its predecessor; with any illusion of dramatic tension in Batman v. Superman's finale fast dissipating.