A brand new trailer for “Justice League” was revealed at the San Diego Comic-Con and subsequently released online. Despite the rumors that Ben Affleck may not play the role of Batman in future, this new clip has done what it promised.

It has created excitement among fans about the forthcoming film in which Gal Gadot and Ben Affleck are joined by Ezra Miller and Jason Momoa. Of course, fans of the DC Extended Universe know that Superman is not dead. They are mainly concerned about whether Henry Cavill will appear in the film and how much screen-time he will get.

Warner Bros. is tight-lipped in this regard, but Gal Gadot and Ben Affleck promise that fans will enjoy the film. They will have to wait a bit longer to hear more about Superman’s tenure with “Justice League.”

The trailer promises an astonishing film

Warner Bros. released new trailers for “Blade Runner 2049,” “Justice League,” and “Ready Player One” at San Diego Comic-Con, with brief descriptions of what to expect from the movies. The five-minute trailer gives glimpses at the character of Steppenwolf, with Alfred looking stressed due to an unknown reason. With all the new footage and reveals that were made at Comic-Con, Warner Bros. has yet to confirm a Henry Cavill appearance in the film.

Gal Gadot refused to say much about the film

The cast of “Justice League” attended the San Diego Comic-Con and participated in the Warner Bros. panel for DC, revealing details about the film and entertaining questions from fans. Gal Gadot said, “I cannot say much at this point, but if you are a fan of Superman, you should go and watch the film.” Even on her social media accounts, the "Wonder Woman" actress shared several posters and a video for the new film.

She captioned her post, “Don’t worry, Superman is still alive.”

‘Justice League’ reshoots

Variety recently reported that Warner Bros. is spending millions of dollars on the extensive reshoots for the film and shared that the lead actors are forefront. The news website also reveals that Henry Cavill, who plays the character of Superman, has been juggling his schedule to accommodate the reshoots, hinting further that the iconic character is coming back.

The studio is spending $25 million on extensive reshoots that have dragged on for roughly two months in Los Angeles and London. “Justice League” stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, and Ciarán Hinds in the leading characters. The film is scheduled to be released on November 17, 2017.