'Justice League' Movie Teaser Shown At Comic-Con, Poster Leaked On Twitter

The latest on Warner Bros and DC's "Justice League" was released recently at the Comic-Con made fans anticipating for more. A Twitter post by the organizers showed the new movie's poster as well.

According to Deadline.com, the launch was for both "Justice League Part One" and "Justice League Part Two". The first installment is due for release on Nov. 17, 2017, and the other is set to be released on June 14, 2019.

The plot of the new "Justice League" movies is not fully known. Warner Bros only released a very general story line.

However, "Justice League" will revolve around Batman's newly found inspiration from to save the human race. In the face of grave and imminent global catastrophe, Bruce Wayne approaches Diana Prince, or Wonder Woman" for help.

The team formed by Batman and Wonder Woman is added by Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash. However, the "Justice League" might not be strong enough for this new mission. Their fate in the two movies is yet to be revealed.

The trailer of "Justice League" takes a similar tone with "Batman vs Superman". In the teaser seen in Hall H of Comic-Con, fans laughed at Batman cracking jokes.

The poster of "Justice League" was also posted on Twitter on the same day. The tweet read, "the first look at the #JusticeLeague, straight from #SDCC2016 in Hall H."

"Justice League" is directed by Zack Snyder. Ben Affleck is now executive producer plays Batman. Gal Gadot plays Wonder Woman, Ray Fisher is Cyborg, Ezra Miller is The Flash and Jason Momoa plays Aquaman.

In "Batman vs Superman", there is a hint that the Man of Steel is resurrected. It is yet unsure if Superman will still be part of the "Justice League" sequel based on the analysis of Cinemablend.com.

Fans expect that Superman will be launched again in "Man of Steel 2". Wonder Woman will be showing her Athena-like powers in the possible absence of Superman in "Justice League".

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