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Justice League

Justice League
Justice League




120 minutes


Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Having had his faith in humanity restored as a result of Superman’s heroic sacrifice, Bruce Wayne is inspired to put together a new team of heroes, in anticipation of a looming new threat. With Earth’s greatest hero no longer on the scene, Bruce and immortal Amazon god Wonder Woman approach a team of metahumans, including Aquaman, The Flash and Cyborg to help save the planet in a titanic struggle of good versus evil. But it may already be too late. This epic action-adventure brings together some of the DC Universe’s most iconic characters for the first time, building on the events of Man of Steel, Wonder Woman and Batman vs Superman, and setting up a whole new sphere for this group of superheroes.

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Moderate fantasy violence.

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