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A brand new poster for Justice League has been released, and it shows the entire superhero posse lined up together and looking primed to protect the world at all costs. There's just one exception, though, as Henry Cavill's Superman is once again missing from the team, but we get a great peek at Ezra Miller's Flash, Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, Ben Affleck's Batman, Ray Fisher's Cyborg, and Jason Momoa's Aquaman, each of whom look downright spiffy. But the poster itself says more than words ever could, and you can gaze upon its glory by simply looking below.

Don't they all just look terrific? Once again Batman gets the prime spot in the middle, which is understandable as Justice League will primarily revolve around the Caped Crusader bringing The Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman together to form the titular crew, all with the help of Wonder Woman, too. Not only do we get to see each member of the Justice League staring off into the distance towards what we can only assume is an evil threat on the horizon, all while showing off their coolest superhero pose, but we're also provided with the new tagline of, "Unite The League," which Warner Bros no doubt hopes will sweep the nation in the build-up to the release of the film.

The release of this new Justice League poster is a handy reminder that the film is just around the corner. Sure, we still have seven months to wait until Justice League is actually in cinemas, but with a tidal wave of summer blockbusters now set to swim their way into cinemas over the ensuing weeks and months, the above poster teases why Zack Snyder's superhero epic might just eclipse them all.

That's what Warner Bros is hoping for anyway. Of course they had similarly lofty ambitions for Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Suicide Squad. Despite their combined grosses of over $1.6 billion, though, the harsh critical responses to both films means some moviegoers are adamant that the DC Extended Universe is currently in crisis. That's clearly a bit of a stretch, but Warner Bros will no doubt be hoping that Justice League receives a warmer response when it finally arrives. If the above poster isn't doing a good enough job of whetting your appetite for Justice League then feasting upon its trailer below should do just that.

We'll get to see if Zack Snyder can build off of this clip when Justice League is finally released into theaters on November 17. While if you're interested in seeing what else is on the cinematic horizons you can also check out our future release schedule here, too.

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