Justice League: All-New Clips Released Online Ahead of Theatrical Release

Warner Bros. Entertainment has released a total of seven new clips from their upcoming DCEU film, Justice League. Totaling up to just over 7 minutes worth of new footage, these clips contain potential spoilers and are set somewhere within the movie’s first, second, and third acts.

For the most part, the clips contain extended footage of things we’ve already seen in previously released trailers, although there are a few things revealed in these clips we haven’t seen or even heard. For one, we get our first real glimpse at the movie’s main antagonist, Steppenwolf, played by actor Ciarán Hinds (Game of Thrones).

Secondly, we get to hear Danny Elfman’s original 1989 Batman theme worked into the score. The Justice League composer even teased in a recent interview with Reporte Indigo that he would be bringing back his Batman theme for this film, as well as elements from John Williams’ Superman theme from 1978.

Other clips include Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) rescuing a group of children and adults from an potential explosion, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) recruiting Arthur Curry/Aquaman (Jason Mamoa) and Barry Allen/The Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) hacking into and operating one of Batman’s wonderful toys, the League meeting Commissioner James Gordon (J.K. Simmons), and more.

Below are all seven clips. Feel free to give them a watch, but, again, be warned that these contain potential spoilers. Watch at your own risk and don’t forget, Justice League releases in theaters November 17.