New 'Justice League' Promotional Photo Features Superman

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Apr 24, 2017 12:56 PM EDT

Superman has never been included in any official photos or trailers of “Justice League” since the first image was released at Comic-Con 2016. But a new promotional photo, which recently surfaced online, now includes Henry Cavill, the "Man of Steel."

The company Rubies that trades official and accredited DC Comics costumes uploaded the image to advertise that its "Justice League" outfits are soon to arrive. The promotional photo, likewise, plugs, which is a new website that Warner Bros. released on Sunday, April 23, Comic Book Movie reported.

The website guarantees fresh content for “Justice League” for the coming months. For its promotion, a poster was unveiled, which features the superhero casts of “Justice League” but now includes Superman. since first photo released at Comic-Con 2016. This is the second time Henry Cavill was seen alongside the rest of the team, and he really appeared great.

The promotional photo, which is the latest image from Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” surprised fans, Screen Rant reported. It is obvious and real, Henry Cavill as Superman was situated at the center-front alongside superhero line-up: Ezra Miller as Flash, Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg.

However, despite the big revelation, reports are claiming that Superman's inclusion in the recent "Justice League" poster is doubtful. It is still in question, whether the “Man of Steel” will appear on the movie once hit the theater on Nov. 16. In fact, even the initial released trailer did not hint that Superman is in the film.

Fans are now asking, why Superman's comeback is still wrapped in a mystery that "Justice League" keeps a disputable promotion. Meanwhile, some people believe that Henry Cavill was not included in the marketing technique to prevent him destroying the thrill of surprise. As a result, it has been predicted that he will be probably featured in the movie's next trailer.

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