'Justice League Dark' Trailer Revealed: R-Rated And Legit Scary In Every Way

Nov 16, 2016 05:36 PM EST | Mariechris Felipe

DC Comics unveiled the Justice League Dark Trailer which will be produced by Warner Bros. The new animated film will be R-rated and is legitimately scary as Batman gather up the team of magical Zatanna, Dead Man, John Constantine, Swamp Thing and Etrigan to resolve a scary new threat worldwide.

Justice League Dark is the dark side of Justice League, a group of supernatural heroes that fight against hidden threats, paranormal threats, and threats that real Justice League can not cope. And from the looks of the trailer, it will scary in every way complete with Demons and Magics, one will see their beloved superheroes in a different light - darker, according to Gizmodo.

After several twists and turns, with Guillermo del Toro first inside and then outside, the animated film will be directed by Jay Oliva (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns) from a story by J.M. DeMatteis and Ernie Altbacker (Green Lantern: The Animated Series) the film (like Batman: The Killing Joke) will be rated ‘R’ upon release and 17 years below can't watch it without a guardian because of its violence, according to Collider.

The Justice League Dark trailer begins with fearsome enemies, and as usual, the Justice League meets to evaluate how to fight back and at the first sign that there is a "paranormal" Batman asked the group if they are talking about magic. Where John Constantine gets up from the table and says that there's no need to be the worry as it would be easy for him. The trailer also shows Zatanna going in search for the best exorcist in town as Superman and Wonder Woman both become useless in the case.

As is customary in all the stories of DC, Batman is the protagonist and also the center of humor. His jokes are great as in the trailer when someone asks "Your life is a dark void with no time for fun. How do you cope?"

"I have a butler." Batman simply answer.

Justice League Dark premiere will take place in 2017 but the exact date is not yet confirmed. A live-action feature film of the group has been in development for some time, with the most recent update putting director Doug Liman (Mr. & Mrs . Smith and Edge of tomorrow) on the film.

Watch the trailer here:

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