The team DC Extended Universe gears up for a powerful pictorial of each of its characters as the movie "Justice League" nears to its premiere on November 17. The high-resolution images of The Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and Batman are already giving what is the real score for each of them. Their recent revelations of their costumes coupled with some reshoots from Joss Whedon is a matter of increased expectations from its DC fans.
What is in store for the superheroes' first team up was not fully detailed, however, in an interview with Ben Affleck as MovieWeb reports, the movie will be light and their unity will be more vivid as they set aside their individuality as per their powers. With the introduction of Joss Whedon's ideas for a more lighter storyline, the characters transformed into new costumes, lighter and more wholesome in reference to its previous dark aura from Zack Snyder's view. Nevertheless, Affleck points out that the fights will not be "smooth" and that each of these heroes will show "something different" apart from what they have already displayed on their own movies.
In a report from Comicbook, the 4K images are released to give a teaser on how this team looks together for the first time. Although some of them have appeared in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", they will come together to fight this great villain called Steppenwolf that has emerged mysteriously to destroy planet Earth. With the quick response of Bruce Wayne, he immediately called upon his allies to save the planet, as emphasized on their new poster, they are to "Unite the League" of superheroes.
Meanwhile, a glimpse of Superman mixes with the new posters has made fans wonder if The Man of Steel will wear something different for "Justice League." There is news that Superman will be surprising his fans with his post-resurrection black-and-silver costume. Unless shown on these new posters, Superman's costume is still a mystery yet to unfold on November 17, as "Justice League" stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Ray Fisher as Cyborg and Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor.