Justice League may have wrapped up filming late last year, but it's only now that we're starting to get trickles of new teasers in light of a lack of new trailers or footage.
There's a recent blurred snapshot of Superman (played by Henry Cavill) spotted by La Fortaleza, a Spanish fan site. The snapshot shows a blurry side view shot of the actor decked in an all-black suit.
When translated, the caption reads that it is a "possible first look at Superman on Justice League with Black suit." Since it is a fan sighting more than anything, the source also has a disclaimer stating that the authenticity of the image is yet to be proven.
This isn't the first time that a Black suit for the Man of Steel has been teased. Cavill himself has teased via his Instagram account last year. We also haven't seen Superman alongside the Justice League crew in his regular blue and red as far as actual trailer footage is concerned, so a black suit would not be entirely impossible.
Another teaser comes in the form of a snapshot of a shirt (via fan site Batman-News) from one of the crew members in the movie. The shirt features not only the logo as seen in the trailer, but also a shortened form marked with a visible tagline:
"They've never aced us before. Not us united."
This tagline has never been used before in conjunction with the movie. The posting over at eBay has already been taken down. Neither of the new spotted teasers are any indication of the real movie, but hopefully, we'll get to see a hint of the Black-suited Superman and the actual story behind Justice League.
Justice League is directed by Zack Snyder, and stars Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher. It will be out in theaters on Nov. 16.