But with Wonder Woman being so great and this new trailer being incredibly awesome, we're starting to warm up to it. No surprise given the female led and directed movie is now sitting as the third highest grossing Warner Bros. movie of all time.
Here are the Whedon indicators: the new trailer opens with Wonder Woman takes on a group of machine-gun wielding bad guys. Superman? Green Lantern? It all seems up in the air, but the trailer doesn't really make me personally hype to see Justice League. A lot of action is what we expected.
After impressing with her performance in Wonder Woman, actress Gal Gadot will be seen again this year in her superhero avatar in this movie. Following his death, Batman sets out to find other superheroes to create a team that can fight against otherworldly enemies.
The Justice League is back in full force, with a few new names to the group. Director of The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron, Joss Whedon, has stepped in to finish reshoots and editing the film together in place of director Zack Snyder due to a family tragedy.
What do you think of this new trailer?
Alfred, played by Jeremy Irons with his rich baritone and deadpan humour, looks at something and says, "He said you'd come". It's not too spoiler heavy though so it's safe for you to watch down below.
Jul 22 2017 Froome's 2017 Tour de France victory was his 'most hard-fought'
While the gap between the two isn't the largest, Bardet is basically going to have to put together the time trial of his life. American Taylor Phinney has posted the best provisional time in the Marseille time trial, in 29 minutes and 21 seconds.
Jul 22 2017 Three Israelis stabbed to death in West Bank attack
Israel and Jordan have been in talks to defuse tensions. "This is not a political matter; it is a professional security issue". Israel's internal security service, Shin Bet, said the barriers should be removed, while Jerusalem police insisted they stay.
Jul 21 2017 Froome extends overall lead in Tour de France
So that's what your legs could look like after peddling more than 1,700 miles in less than two weeks. I wasn't strong enough, there was quite a lot of wind about and I got tailed off towards the end.