In what feels like a time before 2016, DC Fans are celebrating once again. Zack Snyder’s Justice League got its first Teaser Trailer today. Released before Zack got a chance to do so from Jason Momoa, of course. But nevertheless, still released shortly after, from the man himself. It’s amazing that Warner Media is allowing Zack to promote his own material, especially the way he did for DC Fandome in August. But what makes this teaser different is that where Steppenwolf once stood, is replaced with Uxas (Darkseid) and you can tell the focus will be on him until the release in 2021.
Another interesting thing about this teaser is that it features dialogue from Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) from Batman v Superman. Meaning it’s clearly a DIRECT sequel to that film, along with giving Lex a spotlight of importance. It also features Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman front and center from The Shrine Of The Amazons, which depicts the entire History Lesson first exclusively discovered by me for Reel Anarchy.
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