Look for her to return next year in the Aquaman solo film, directed by James Wan. Guys, this is the first ever live-action Justice League movie. Time will tell how the film pans out for fans, but it's worth taking a moment now to appreciate just how cool it is to see the gang come together. Billy Crudup hadn't yet been cast as Henry Allen when the first Justice League footage dropped last summer, so this is, in fact, our first look at the character.
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While DC's big-screen universe is entirely separate from its small-screen one, this scene should look kinda familiar to fans of The CW's The Flash. While the Justice League will lead the charge against the forces of evil, they're apparently not the only ones fighting the good fight.
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A giant action sequence shows what appears to be an army of Amazons charging into battle. Is this a flashback? Or does Diana call upon her people to aid in the fight? If you're wondering why the Amazons would be involved here to begin with, it all comes back to those damn motherboxes again. Remember, the Amazons have one in their possession—so, of course, they'll do what it takes to keep it from falling into the wrong hands. Every Batman needs a Commissioner Gordon.
Batfleck's is played by J. Simmons, and it turns out this version of the character This whole scene is the funniest in the entire trailer which, honestly, ain't saying much, because the DCEU is many things, but "funny" is not one of them. Gordon tells Batman, "It's good to see you playing well with others again," as if Batman were a petulant pre-schooler coming off a time-out.
Batman himself doesn't really help matters, glowering at Aquaman and grunting that their alliance is "maybe temporary. If Wonder Woman and Batman are the mom and dad of the Justice League, and Cyborg and the Flash are the babies of the family, where's that leave Aquaman?
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Well, based on this trailer, he might be the fun uncle. The first Justice League footage reel made him look like a super-cranky, super-buff dude with no interest in joining the team—but in the first trailer, he seems to be having more fun than anyone. He drinks with abandon, dives headfirst into dangerous situations, and takes the piss out of Batman. He's gonna be the breakout character of this film, no doubt. By the time Justice League hits theaters, audiences should be well acquainted with Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, thanks to her solo film, out this summer.
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