Hell yeah! :D I'm more excited about "Wonder Woman" before that one, though. xD It's crazy that a character that iconic is only getting a movie now, after decades of sexism and failed attempts lol. I prefer WB's DC movies and Fox Studios' X-Men movies over the MCU (i. e. Marvel Studios/Avengers universe), but one thing I will say for the MCU is that they've pushed WB to get off their butts and finally put Wonder Woman on the big screen for once. :D
"Justice League" SHOULD be lighter than "BvS", but not too much lighter. I'm just afraid that the negative reviews have pushed Warner Bros to try to copy the MCU, which is a bad idea. The MCU movies are too soft on drama, which is disappointing in this day and age of superhero movies crowding the market. All these famous superheroes have endured across decades for a reason: the drama of their stories stuck in people's minds, not just the action. WB's DC movies since the 2000s have not been afraid to go all in on drama moments when the story calls for it. Fox Studios' X-Men movies have not been afraid to go all-in on drama when the story calls for it. So I hope that WB and Fox don't lose their guts just because they got bad reviews this year, while the MCU's "Civil War" cleaned up at the box office. =/
Yes. For one, I didn't jump the hate train for Batman v Superman. Sure, it wasn't perfect but I liked it none the less. It worked really well as a breather from the happy-go-lucky marvel kid's movies. For two, Snyder may have butchered Batman as a character but Ben Affleck played him better than anyone before. And who knows, maybe he'll come around and realise the error of his ways. The same can be said for Mark Hamill - Snyder may have given him to play a more distraught superman from the usual hope inspiring ones of times before, but he did good with what he had and surely will do good later (because he will be resurrected without a doubt). But, the fact that the trailer showed them now employing a lot of humour means that they are adapting to what the audiences want.
I'm not sure. I have a feeling Zack Snyder might ruin it once again, just like he did with BvS. I'm also not a fan of Ezra Miller's Flash. But I did hear that Geoff Johns is supervising it, so it might be good. Still wish Green Lantern was in it.