Batman, Aquaman, The Flash, Wonder Woman and Cyborg all get their own mini trailers for Justice League movie 3 years ago

Batman, Aquaman, The Flash, Wonder Woman and Cyborg all get their own mini trailers for Justice League movie

We're still a good bit away from the November 17 release date, but the promotional campaign for the upcoming Justice League movie has well and truly got under way.

Tomorrow will see the release of the second proper trailer for the movie, but before then we've been given five glimpses of the characters who will be forced to join together in other to take down... we'll we're not entirely sure just yet, but it'd want to be pretty bad for Batman to actually want to work as a part of a team. Bit of a loner, that dude.

So here are the individual mini teasers for each of the members. You'll notice Superman isn't on here, because (SPOILERS) he kinda died at the end of Batman V Superman. And we're absolutely sure there's no way he's coming back. Nope. Not a chance.

AQUAMAN (Jason Mamoa) parts the sea with his trident, and we kinda already know that he and Batman are exactly BFFs.

BATMAN (Ben Affleck) is looking a little worse for wear - tsup with the beard, Bats? - but then he's flying about the place in the even-more-mental-looking Batmobile, shooting up half of Gotham. But who or what is he firing at?

THE FLASH (Ezra Miller) has popped up in Batman V Superman in one of the movies more confusing sequences, but the visual effect on him zipping about at full speed does look pretty spectacular.

WONDER WOMAN (Gal Gadot) is due her own standalone movie soon enough, but once we find out where she's come from, she'll be back helping the League save the world. Plus we see her here wandering through the Batcave, which is kinda cool.

CYBORG (Ray Fisher) also popped up in BVS, when we seen his Dad helped the Gotham City quarterback (check out his jacket at the start of the teaser!) back to life after a terrible car-accident. Unfortunately, it involves becoming almost more robot than man.

All clips via Warner Bros. Pictures