Final ‘Justice League’ Trailer Rated With Run Time Revealed

Justice League BannerWell that didn’t take long. Just days after it became official that a new Justice League trailer will drop come Sunday, now we know that that trailer has already been rated and given a run time thanks to Consumer Protection BC.

In the screenshot, which you can see below, the run time is said to be 2 minutes and 25 seconds. That puts the new trailer nearly on par with the special San Diego Comic-Con footage in 2016 and well short of 2017’s Comic-Con trailer which was a hair over 4 minutes.

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Does anything about this run time seem telling? It certainly seems as though Warner Bros. learned its lesson from the infamous Doomsday reveal in the final Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer — assuming this final Justice League trailer is too short for any major reveals. Let us know what you think in the comments!

The film stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, Amy Adams, Amber Heard, Jeremy Irons, J.K. Simmons, Willem Dafoe, Connie Nielsen, Julian Lewis Jones and Ciarán Hinds. Here’s the official synopsis:

“Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.”

Justice League opens in theaters on Nov. 17.

Source: Consumer Protection BC

5 Reasons Warner Bros. Needs To Fast-Track The ‘Man Of Steel’ Sequel

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Henry Cavill Superman Man of SteelSuperman is a pop culture icon. The character was introduced to the masses in 1938. Eventually after radio shows, serials and animated adaptations, Superman became a movie icon following the release 1978’s Superman: The Movie. The seminal superhero film, directed by Richard Donner and starring Christopher Reeve, was followed by three sequels and one spin-off. In 2006, Bryan Singer brought Superman back to the silver screen with Superman Returns. The movie was divisive so it was back to the drawing board for Warner Bros. and DC Comics. Eventually, Zack Snyder was brought on board for the next iteration of Superman: Man of Steel.

Man of Steel was released in 2013 to decent reviews. The movie was a financial hit, but instead of doing a direct sequel, Warner Bros. went with Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. That movie has come and gone and Justice League is on the horizon. Last year, it was also announced that a sequel to Man of Steel was coming along. There has been no word on that movie other than a few rumors here and there. This may be due to the situation that Superman was left in at the end of Batman v Superman, which will be resolved in Justice League.

There are many reasons why Man of Steel deserves a sequel. Here are a few reasons Warner Bros. needs to fast-track the project. Click Next to get started!

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  • Jim Gross

    This will tank hard. No one cares about the JL except for the big three members. I don’t even have to name them. It’s quite obvious who they are. Oh, and the villains? They suck even more than the JL chaff.

    • Shikhar
      • Jim Gross

        My goodness. Your mother must be quite proud of your intellect.

        • grooviegoo

          @Jim Gross… Your mommy surely isn’t proud of you. It’s time for your diaper change.

    • NHF Rayjin Cajun

      Oh so you speak for everyone?

    • Mavis Zene

      Run a long and watch your kiddie films, you mcu fanboy.

    • TeeJay

      You can’t possibly believe this movie will tank. It’s not gonna happen. Wonder Woman restored faith. My only issue is some of the negativity going on and who knows what Warner Bros is doing… however I still don’t see this movie tanking.