Justice League releases official music video with new footage

I always liked it when the ending credits of a movie would have a song attached to it, rather than just the score. Hell, the cheesier the song, the better! I know I might be in the minority on this, and to be fair, I'm probably just nostalgic for how movies in the '90s and early '00s would always have some overplayed and overproduced ballad and/or rap song accompanying the film. So it might be better overall that that trend is dying (though there are still examples of it), but I still miss it.

Well, looks like JUSTICE LEAGUE might be the latest recent example. Gary Clark, Jr. and Junkie XL have teamed up to produce the cover of The Beatles' "Come Together" (which was featured in the first trailer), that will also most likely feature at the end credits. I mean, why else would you produce a music video for it? This also checks out, as both WONDER WOMAN and SUICIDE SQUAD had songs at the end of their films as well. And, as an added bonus, the video embedded above also has some new footage (or you can read that as a SPOILER WARNING if you don't want to see anymore footage). Either way, enjoy!

Meanwhile, you can watch JUSTICE LEAGUE - and presumably hear this song - November 17th.

Extra Tidbit: Soundgarden wrote an entirely new song for the first AVENGERS soundtrack.
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