'Justice League' Trailer Takes On the End of the World

The Warner Bros. superhero film opens Nov. 17.

The Justice League united for one more trailer ahead of the superteam's first movie next month.

For those who are keeping track, this is the fourth trailer for the movie, which has enjoyed a long promotional rollout, stretching all the way back to July 2016, when the first trailer debuted at San Diego Comic-Con.

Justice League stars Ben Affleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Ezra Miller (The Flash), Ray Fisher (Cyborg) and Henry Cavill (Superman), and the new trailer debuted as New York Comic Con winds down Sunday.

The trailer takes the death of Superman in last year's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice head on, with Cavill making his first appearance in a trailer so far. There's still no footage of him as the Man of Steel, but Clark Kent opens the trailer via a Lois Lane (Amy Adams) dream sequence. Her dream isn't the only one referenced in the trailer, with Affleck's Bruce Wayne saying he had a dream about the end of the world. When Wonder Woman suggests it's an invasion, Batman responds, "I think it's something more, something darker."

The film is from director Zack Snyder, who handed the filmmaking baton to Joss Whedon to oversee shooting of additional scenes and postproduction following the death of Snyder's daughter Autumn in March.

Justice League hits theaters Nov. 17.