The second trailer for “Justice League” has made it to the web, and fans are excited. The movie promises to give comic book fans the perfect superhero team to tackle a threat like no other, but there’s a catch.

Fans who enjoyed “Man of Steel” and “Batman v Superman” might not be too happy with joss whedon sharing the director’s role with Zack Snyder. Back in May of this year, Snyder stepped down from the director’s chair due to a family tragedy, and from there, Whedon took over to direct the ship to the end.

Whedon and Snyder are co-directors

The latest report claims Joss Whedon and Zack Snyder are co-directors of “Justice League,” and this will be made clear during the credits.

Now, this comes at a time when rumors are rampant claiming Warner Bros. has given Snyder the boot, and the fact that the director removed all “Justice League” related images from his Twitter account.'

Additionally, rumors claimed Warner Bros. wanted Whedon to oversee extensive reshoots that would likely remove much of what Snyder had worked on. No one is certain what these reshoots will change, but it seems as if Warner Bros. is not happy with what Snyder has done, and doesn’t want a repeat of past failings.

Looking at the new trailer for “Justice League” coming out of Comic Con 2017, it’s clear something has changed behind the scenes. The trailer’s tone, compared to the first, is not overly dark, and the comedies actually work this time around.

Whedon’s impressive achievement

Joss Whedon is not the best director in the world, but he does know how to direct superhero team up movies. The Marvel movie, “The Avengers,” and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” were all directed by Whedon, now he’s helping with the direction of the first big team up a movie from Warner Bros.

Leading the first major team up films for both DC and Marvel is a massive achievement.

Not to mention, he’s the man set to sit in the director’s chair for “Batgirl.” No word on when that film will begin shooting, but it seems quite far off from now.

The next DC Extended Universe movie to go before the cameras is no other than “Shazam,” a film that is expected to hit theaters in 2019. At the moment, Warner Bros.

is developing “Aquaman” with a release date destined for 2018.

As for the other DC films in the pipeline, no one knows for certain if they’ll ever hit the big screen. The Batman trilogy with Matt Reeves at the helm is most likely the most prominent seeing as the character is the best DC and Warner Bros. has right now.