“Zack Snyder’s Justice League” Teaser Reveals Batmobile, Superman’s Laser Eyes & More

Consider this brand new teaser for Zack Snyder’s Justice League just a little appetizer before the main course hits this weekend, with the full trailer due to drop on Valentine’s Day. Until then, HBO Max is here to sate your appetite—just a bit—with 16-seconds worth of Justice League goodness.

So what will you see here? You’ll get some Batmobile action, some Wonder Woman action, and one very ticked off Superman. Just in case you’ve not been following the long, admittedly confusing Justice League reboot (sort of) that’s coming to HBO Max, here’s a very brief rundown: Snyder was the original director of the 2017 film, but he had to leave the production due to a family emergency, and Joss Whedon stepped in to write and direct new scenes. It was Whedon’s version fans saw in theaters, and it’s been the fans’ desire to see what Snyder’s vision of the film would have looked like had he not stepped away. Cut to last year, when Warner Bros. and HBO Max stepped in to give Snyder the budget he’d need to deliver his cut. This meant he got to shoot some new scenes, add a few new characters—hello Jared Leto’s Joker—and create some brand new effects.

Speaking of new effects, the teaser gives us arguably the biggest new effect of them all, the supervillain Steppenwolf. So check out the teaser below, and check back in with us for the full trailer when it bows this weekend. Zack Snyder’s Justice League premieres on HBO Max on March 18.

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Featured image: Teaser Art for Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Courtesy Warner Bros./HBO Max.


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