– by Joseph Jammer Medina

Warner Bros. has been out of control with their marketing of the impending Justice League film lately — and with good reason. The film is only a few short weeks away from release, and it needs to do all it can to overcome the hype surrounding Thor: Ragnarok. However, one thing we haven’t had yet from the marketing is an actual clip from the film.

The studio revealed the first clip on what looks like Telemundo, and someone else was able to capture that footage and throw it online. The clip in question shows off Wonder Woman’s badassery as she takes on Steppenwolf. She even manages to throw him back a bit! But it’s not long before she has to help out poor Barry Allen, who’s getting carried away by a pair of Parademons.

After taking them out, Wonder Woman is nearly hurt by another Parademon before being rescued by Batman. Finally, Cyborg comes in from above to hack into a computer. The scene does a good job of showing off part of the team dynamic. If there is a concern I have, it lies in the overall logic. What happened to Steppenwolf after Wonder Woman pushed him back? There seemed to be a real lapse in logic there, and I hope that doesn’t bleed into the actual film.

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists newfound ally Diana Prince to face an even greater threat. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to recruit a team to stand against this newly awakened enemy. Despite the formation of an unprecedented league of heroes — Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash — it may be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Justice League hits theaters on November 17, 2017.

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  • the50sguystrikesback

    {“What happened to Steppenwolf after Wonder Woman pushed him back? There seemed to be a real lapse in logic there, and I hope that doesn’t bleed into the actual film…”}

    It looked like it was pieces cut together to make a clip. Don’t think that was a ‘fluid’ scene bcuz (as you indicated) Steppenwolf wouldn’t have just stood there (after having been pushed back) while the other stuff was taking place.

    • Joseph Jammer Medina

      That’s what I’m hoping.

    • Behemothrex

      I find your faith disturbing.

      It will be that bad.

  • Smerdyakov

    Looks like power rangers.

    • AmiRami

      Flash def does. Cybog looks like a bayformer with a face. But Batman and Wonder Woman look great IMO.

  • Victor Roa

    …… how much of Ben Affleck is CG? that show is him looking to see Cyborg. Now this effect does need some tracking camera work…. so, he’s CG, Affleck doesn’t move like that in real life.

  • Behemothrex

    You know I am seeing a trend here that I don’t like, I am getting a really big J-Law vibe from all this pushing Wonder Woman to the front of everything, is she becoming DC’s Mystique, god I hope not.

    I liked the WW movie but please lets not focus just on one character, but I shouldn’t worry too much this movie is most likely going to be a giant turd anyway.

    And as far as that clip goes, seriously, can we just stop with the drone armies please. It’s like watching GI Joe or the A team, don’t worry we can kill thousands of those guys they are just robots, sheesh.

    • AmiRami

      WW was DCs only critically acclaimed success. J-Law was pushed forward in the XMEN movies because of her star power. And Wonder Woman is a MUCH bigger character in the Justice League than Mystique is in the X-MEN universe. So Its not exactly the same thing.

  • estacado

    This doesn’t look good. There’s nothing differentiating it from any other superhero fight. I hope there’s a lot more to it than this.

  • David E

    Looks just like every other Wonder Woman fight. Does every DC fight have to have tons of posing in it?

  • TheOct8pus

    If Gal Godot and Natalie Portman has a child together, it would look like Daisy Ridley

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.