Zack Snyder’s Justice League Trailer Is The Second Most-Watched WB Trailer Ever
This news is pretty huge and it really does seem as though the movie is tracking really well. This just makes the fact that Warner Bros. Pictures is already botching the film’s worldwide release even more upsetting.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League trailer was released yesterday, and it’s been doing gangbusters on social media and YouTube. The numbers are pretty insane, and it looks like the trailer might end up being Warner Bros’ most-watched trailer ever in a few hours, which would be epic!
Zack Snyder’s Justice League trailer is Warner Bros’ second-most-watched trailer of all time
#SnyderCut Trailer has become the second most viewed WB Trailer ever in the first 24 hours with 24.9M across all official accounts on social media, Beating #TheBatman 22M and #Dune 20.8M, Only Behind #GodzillaVsKong 25.6M
— What's On HBO Max (@WhatsOnHBOMax) February 15, 2021
Here’s what What’s On HBO Max had to say about Snyder’s Justice League trailer’s rather ridiculous numbers:
#SnyderCut Trailer has become the second most viewed WB Trailer ever in the first 24 hours with 24.9M across all official accounts on social media, Beating #TheBatman 22M and #Dune 20.8M, Only Behind #GodzillaVsKong 25.6M.
So, this means that only Matt Reeves’ The Batman’s trailer managed to end up getting more views that Zack Snyder’s Justice League trailer. This is insane given how much buzz there has been surrounding Reeves’ The Batman. The fact that they cast Robert Pattinson as Batman already got a lot of people talking, and people also really loved The Batman‘s trailer.
It seems as though people are also really gravitating towards the new Justice League trailer and are really looking forward to seeing the film. I, for one, cannot wait to watch the movie.
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