AceShowbiz - Warner Bros. Pictures premiered first footage of the upcoming "Justice League" at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, July 23. The studio surprised fans in Hall H by revealing that this superhero team-up movie would not be as dark and moody as "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice".
The special footage shows %cBen Affleck%'s Bruce Wayne trying to find the meta-humans that he discovered in "Batman v Superman". Many of the shots feature Aquaman (%cJason Momoa%) and The Flash (%cEzra Miller%). Batman (Afleck), Wonder Woman (%cGal Gadot%), The Flash (Miller) and Cyborg (%cRay Fisher%) can be seen in the footage teaming up and being ready for action. There is also a glimpse of motherboxes.
After unveiling the special footage of "Justice League", the studio debuted the first trailer for "Wonder Woman" featuring Gadot's Diana Prince a.k.a. Wonder Woman in action. The actress was joined by actor %cChris Pine% and director Patty Jenkins during the presentation.
The video opens with the titular heroine meeting Pine's Steve Trevor for the first time. In one dramatic scene, she can be seen defending herself from a massive gunfire. Trevor is shown in another scene questioning Wonder Woman about her father and how she has never met a man before. She replies, "I had no father. I was brought to life by Zeus."
Following the first footage of "Justice League" and "Wonder Woman", Warner Bros. also debuted an extended trailer for director David Ayer's "Suicide Squad" in its Hall H panel. It highlights the film's plot and its villains.
The new footage is set against a remixed soundtrack of the film. The video opens with a monologue from %cWill Smith%'s Deadshot. "Here's to honor among thieves. We almost pulled it off despite what everyone thought," he says to his companions before issuing a warning, "They're going to blame us for the whole thing. We're the patsies. Don't forget, we're the bad guys."
It also shows %cViola Davis%' Amanda Waller telling the government that the meta-humans are coming and they are capable of doing very bad things.
In its Hall H panel, Smith said, "This isn't a movie about good versus evil." Director David Ayer put it as "bad versus evil." Ayer added that he wanted to make a movie that looks and feels like a comic book. At the end of the panel, the director told the crowd that they would see the "filmmaker-driven piece of work on August 5th."