‘Wonder Woman’, ‘Justice League’ & ‘Aquaman’ Fans Get Special Sneak Peeks at CinemaCon

For entertainment and cinema buffs, CinemaCon is a coveted annual event and for those who ventured out to Caesar’s Palace, the wait was definitely worth while. The packed house of film lovers all got treated to special sneak peeks of the upcoming films, “Justice League”, “Aquaman” and of course, “Wonder Woman”.

Ben Affleck

Ben Affleck suited up as Batman

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Director Zack Snyder joined film stars Ben Affleck, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher and Ezra Miller on stage to talk about their upcoming Justice League film. He reveled on how the project all began with a simple phone call and the question, “How do you feel about Superman?” Snyder added that it has been a long seven-year journey and a dream to bring them all together in a single film.

Jason Momoa as Aquaman

Jason Momoa as Aquaman

Ray Fisher

Ray Fisher as Cyborg

The preview clip that was showed to a packed audience opens with Bruce Wayne fixing a plane when Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot enters the hangar. “I spent millions on that security,” Wayne says to Diana Prince (who’s superheroine persona is Wonder Woman). “It took me a minute to disable it,” Prince counters back with a sly smile. Later, when asked by Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen what Bruce Wayne’s superpower was, Affleck as Bruce Wayne replies, “I’m rich.”

Actor (and Hollywood heartthrob) Jason Momoa, who stars in both Justice League and leaves to start shooting for his lead role in “Aquaman” said to the audience, “You are the luckiest people in the world, you own theaters… I’m here for Justice League which is kinda the greatest movie in the world.”

I don’t know about you all but I can’t wait to see these three films come to life! Wonder Woman is slated for a summertime fine release, dated for June 2nd and Justice League is slated for a November 17th release. There is no word yet on the release dates for Aquaman or Batman.

Who’s lining up at the box office though?

Written By: Monique C. Tillman

monique c. tillman

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