The minds behind 8-Bit Movie Trailers have at last taken a crack at the official "Justice League" footage that debuted during Comic-Con International. This remix rather faithfully takes the scenes from the trailer and adapts them to an old-school arcade format. The dialogue is all written, but it matches up well with the trailer, it's virtually a shot for shot remake.
Just as in the official footage, things begin with Bruce Wayne attempting to track down Aquaman. He explains the dangers that he believes are coming, and that he is building a force to defend Earth. The scene cuts to Bruce Wayne at Barry Allen's hideout, sitting in his "second favorite chair." He introduces himself, but The Flash is perplexed as to what is going on. Back at Bruce's hideout, we learn that his meeting with Aquaman did not quite go as planned and that he, in essence, turned Bruce down.
After determining what Flash's superpowers are, Bruce invites him to join the team. Flash immediately accepts, citing his need for friends. There's a brief montage of each hero displaying their strengths, then, at last, they join forces, looking ready to take on some unknown threat (or Steppenwolf, but we don't see him here).
"Justice League," starring Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher and Henry Cavill and directed by Zack Snyder, is scheduled for release on Nov. 17, 2017.