'Justice League' Latest News & Updates: Warner Bros. Shows New Clips Prior to Next Trailer on March 25

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"Justice League" generously showed new glimpses of what is to come-unveiling all the involved characters. As the League is yet to be fully formed, fans are now treated to a new possible hint on what will transpire in the film prior to becoming the powerful faction that they are.

As per a site called Unite the League, a new footage for their heroes Aquaman, otherwise known as Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa), as well as the responsible mind behind the group, Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne a.k.a. Batman. The newest entry is that of the fastest man alive, Barry Allen or The Flash (Ezra Miller), who with no pun intended, is the fastest clip among the aforementioned "Justice League" bits.

The new "Justice League" clips show how Aquaman seemed to finally succumb to the invitation of Bruce Wayne to join the faction, even handing out his signature Trident of Neptune, while making a huge body of water. Batman, on the other hand, shows his powered-up Batmobile, complete with the front machine guns working well, while taking out an opposition. In the same manner, Ezra Miller's The Flash gives the fans a look at the Scarlet Speedster in his own vantage point, complete with his trademark sparks.

As per Forbes, all of such teasers lead to the preparatory "Justice League" trailer bound to come on March 25th, 2017, which can be marked as a memorable date for DC fans everywhere. Some may recall that this is the first year anniversary of the theatrical release of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," presumed to be a marketing strategy or nod to the blockbuster hit that stirred controversy to superhero fans everywhere.

"Justice League" shows the gathering of a faction as based from the DC's identical titular team comprised of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Green Arrow, Cyborg and many more. What do you think of the latest releases for the super-superhero movie?

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