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– by Seth McDonald

A new featurette for the upcoming Justice League film has been released. The video shows musician Gary Clark Jr., who recorded the cover of The Beatles “Come Together” for the film, talking about his love of Batman. He found a black robe that belonged to his mother, and used it as a Batman cape. He wore it around his neighborhood telling everyone he was Batman, even jumping off his roof and much to his dismay, learned he couldn’t fly.

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With just over three weeks until the film opens, we see the promotional train gearing up even more. Fans hope that DC knocked it out of the park with one. The film’s runtime was released yesterday and clocks in at just over two hours, which would make it the shortest effort in the DC Universe. Since the film features a full team of superheroes, many fans are wondering if this will be enough time to fit everyone in, or will the movie feel too crammed?

Justice League opens November 17.

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  • Kbridge

    Gary Clark Jr*

    • Kindofabigdeal

      Oh…you mean Jr. Don’t know. Not sure I’d tell you if I did.
      Daddy Green you are the man.

  • Victor Roa

    you do know the best part of that song is begining “shhhhhhhoot meee” dun dun dun doo