When the trailer for #JusticeLeague was revealed last month, the internet practically had a meltdown, and who could blame excited social media users? The upcoming #DCEU film will be the first in the franchise to feature several classic #DC characters, including #Cyborg and #Aquaman, as they team up with #Batman, #WonderWoman and #TheFlash to take on a new threat.
There is no doubt that the first trailer blew our collective minds — but, as it turns out, this was only the beginning. One Reddit user noticed a higher quality version of the trailer on Vimeo, uploaded by Zack Snyder himself, pointing out the noticeable difference in contrast between this version and the original YouTube upload.
In other words, once you watch this version, there's no going back. See the difference for yourself (expand to fullscreen for the greatest detail):
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The Hi-Res Trailer Gives 'Justice League' The Full DCEU Treatment
The DCEU has become synomous with a dull, grainy effect that goes hand-in-hand with the tone of their films. But even to the untrained eye, viewers will be able to see that the Vimeo version of the trailer is of a much higher quality. It also gives us an indication of what Justice League will look like when it's released on Blu-ray next year.
Although Wonder Woman will hit cinemas first, Justice League's release is closing in and, while we were happy with the first trailer, getting a taste of the action in all its HD glory has definitely increased our excitement to see the film on the big screen. If you want to compare the high-res version with the low-res version, watch the latter below:
Justice League will hit film theaters on November 17, 2017.
Has the HD version of the 'Justice League' trailer increased your excitement for November?
[Source: ComicBook.com; Poll Image Credit: Warner Bros]