Henry Cavill's Moustache And Other Problems Justice League Production Team Are Facing

Behold this amazing 4 minute trailer for 'Justice League'

'Justice League' Comic-Con Trailer: Say Hello to The Big Bad

Now, most films of this size would have reshoots scheduled in for a couple of weeks and generally would cost way less than $10 million.

The one thing Warner Bros learned from the success of Wonder Woman, is to lead with the Amazonian warrior. After Superman (Henry Cavill) sacrificed himself in the fight against Doomsday in last year's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Batman (Ben Affleck) takes it upon himself to find other superheroes to fight otherworldly threats.

Momoa's electrifying entrance was followed by the rest of the Justice League as Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg), Ezra Miller (The Flash) and Ben Affleck (Batman) joined him on stage.

The cast of Justice League used its time at Comic-Con International in San Diego to downplay any fears from fans over the reshoots.

The sneak peek opens with Wonder Woman singlehandedly stopping a bank robbery before picking up where Batman v. Superman left off in the aftermath of Superman's death.

The Real Meaning Behind Arya's Reunion With Her Direwolf
When Arya asked Nymeria to accompany her back to Winterfell, the direwolf opted to keep her new life in the Riverlands. The relative absence of the Stark family's direwolves is one of the major differences between the books and the show.

Reports of extensive reshoots suggest that Whedon is keen to put his stamp on the film.

Director Zack Snyder has stepped away from Justice League after a family tragedy required his attention, leaving The Avengers director Joss Whedon to step into the director's chair and finish the job. The studio was able to fix those easily enough, but Henry Cavill had an issue since he is filming Mission: Impossible 6 for Paramount.

The Justice League is back in full force, with a few new names to the group.

A screengrab from highly anticipated "Justice League". Don't worry, you can check out the original SDCC 2017 Justice League trailer, below.

The trailer ends with Jeremy Irons, who plays Alfred in the movie, looking up past the camera and saying " You said you'd come.

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