The jury is still out on whether or not Justice League will live up to the hype it’s generated so far. The Zack Snyder directed film certainly seems like it has the right ingredients to be a successful DCEU venture but we all know we’ve been burned before. However, you can’t deny the promo videos and the official trailer that have been released this month have been pretty entertaining to watch. Speaking of the trailer, a new “upgraded” version has just been released. According to Geek Tyrant:
It was recut using the musical score from Cartoon Network’s Justice League animated series from the early 2000s. The video was created by JRorrim and I think you’re gonna like it! As you’ll see the score gives the film a darker and grittier tone than the playful remix of The Beatles “Come Together”, which was used in the original trailer. Of course, the dark tone is something that Snyder and WB are trying to get away from this time around.
Check out the new trailer in all its glory below: