With Superman gone -- Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman, The Flash and Cyborg join forces for the ultimate team-up. Here's a closer look at the trailer that dropped Sunday during New York Comic Con. "Justice League" opens worldwide Nov. 2017.
We get a close up on the ring, but Lois is also holding dirt, which she sprinkles... on Clark's grave. This was just a very bittersweet dream. Could this be the only Superman cameo we'll see in the new movie?
The Daily Planet newspaper headline says it all -- "World Without Hope." Violence, terrorism and acts of war are all on the rise after the death of Superman. Plus there's a new villain on the horizon -- most likely Steppenwolf (Ciarán Hinds).
Cyborg (Ray Fisher) uses his superpowers to check something out, but it's unclear what. With "darker times" ahead, his abilities will come in handy. As a technopath, he can manipulate tech. He's also connected to a Mother Box, which will most likely be very important to the plot.
The Flash (Ezra Miller) is the youngest newcomer to the team, but that doesn't mean he's powers of speed aren't impressive. Plus his character gives us a good dose of optimism -- which is just what this superhero team needs.
Superman may be dead, but that doesn't mean the memory of what he represented is lost on his adoring public. Here's a bit of graffiti featured in the trailer that shows Superman is still influencing public perception even though he's long gone.
The Flash shows off his quick-but-dramatic powers throughout the trailer. But he's also clearly the "golly gee whiz" kid that will most likely drive Batman up the wall. In a movie that could have been very depressing, it's good to know there will be some comic relief throughout.
A cover of David Bowie's "Heroes" replaces the first trailer's The Beatles' "Come Together," which makes us wonder if perhaps everyone -- not just beings with super powers -- will be called upon to be a hero in the film. Here's hoping Wonder Woman's smile reveals that this indeed will be the case, which seems rather poignant in today's troubled times in the real world.