Whether it's to see our favorite heroes together on the big screen for the first time in history, or to know if this will be the saving grace of the DCEU, we are all excited to see #JusticeLeague.
The film comes out in nine months (not that I'm counting), and we've gotten a whole lot of promotional images and information, but strangely, only one trailer, and it was released during last year's Comic-Con. So we've been waiting quite a while for a new piece of footage.
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Luckily, it appears as if we won't have to wait much longer. It was previously reported that Warner Bros. would bring Justice League footage to CinemaCon this year. But it seems there's a new trailer that will be available to the public to watch sooner than that. WonderCon is happening on March 31, and the website put out this description for what to expect from the Warner Bros. panel on April 1st:
“Get a sneak peek at upcoming films from Warner Bros., New Line, and DC Entertainment Films, with special guests TBA."
We've already gotten several trailers for #WonderWoman. And taking into account that Warner Bros. likes to tease their movies way before the usual six-months-release timeframe, it's a reasonable guess that that sneak peek could be for Justice League.
Of course, this is all just speculation. But, assuming that it is Justice League footage or trailer that will be shown, itt doesn't come without its worries.
DC Needs To Be Careful With What They Show
Given Justice League's scale and relevance for the #DCEU, it's understandably hard to select what to show audiences in order to get them excited for the film. But when the marketing machine for Batman v Superman got going, it began to show too much by the second trailer, and we got the basic outline of the film by the third.
The next trailer will be Justice League's second. Considering the slippery slope the DCEU is on at the moment, with problems with The Batman and various push-backs and cancellations, it's entirely possible the studio tries too hard to sell us this film. Again, it's also entirely possible that it won't be footage of Justice League at all, but another movie completely, or one from its animated universe—but let us hope.
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Fortunately, the trailers for Wonder Woman so far have been incredible. They've sold us on the characters and the setting while providing us with a basic idea of what Diana will be dealing with to get us excited, all without spoiling everything.
If that's any indication of Warner Bros. learning from its mistake and finding a balance in the marketing material, then the (hopefully) upcoming Justice League trailer or footage should be in good hands. Justice League hits theaters on November 17, 2017.
Are you worried with the next Justice League trailer showing us too much? What would you like to see in it? Let me know in the comments!