‘Justice League’ New Promo Photo Released! Team Assembles on ‘Flying Fox’

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‘Justice League’ New Promo Photo Released! Team Assembles on ‘Flying Fox’ PHOTOGRAPH: Official Justice League Facebook Page |

Justice League has been hailed as one of the most anticipated movies for 2017. Clearly, the mainstream media also seem to agree with it. Recently, USA Today added the movie in their list of “must see films 2017.”

The news agency published a list of movies in its report. DCEU’s “Justice League” and “Wonder Woman” each landed a spot in the article. But that wasn’t all.

USA Today seems to have gotten its hands on new promo material from Warner Bros. The photo shows the Justice League members standing together, united to fight a common enemy.

Justice League Photo Reveals Team Together

The jaw-dropping photo has already gone viral on the internet. As expected, Aquaman has once again stolen the limelight, although ironically, he stands in the shadows.

Batman’s attire clearly indicates that the superhero is wearing a new suit to go up against Steppenwolf and the Parademons. Moreover, Cyborg can be seen standing in the middle, perhaps indicating that he has a primary role in the movie.

It has been confirmed that the Justice League members are inside the “Flying Fox” aircraft in the photo. The “Flying Fox” is the new mobile transportation expected to be a rendezvous/HQ for the League in Zack’s Snyder movie.

Aquaman Steals Limelight In Promo Photo

Fans may be excited by the release of this new photo. But a few people are also disappointed. Unfortunately, the Man of Steel was nowhere to be seen in the promo image.

It is likely that the photo was shot from a scene in the first act of “Justice League.” Batman News wrote in their report, “Superman will be coming later, probably in the second half of the movie.”

USA Today wrote a few quotes from Snyder in its report:

“Fans are getting a big character arc for Wonder Woman in 2017, beginning with her solo movie set during World War I. In it, she finds “humanity isn’t always the most kind and awesome thing,” says Snyder, also a producer on Wonder Woman. “It has its moments, but it can be brutal, and her coming to terms with that dichotomy is what we come to learn about her. And in Justice League, she’s fully evolved into someone who’s embraced mankind, partly through Superman’s sacrifice. She’s like, ‘All right, I’ve got to pick it up.”

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