Marvel and DC have a fair share of audiences when it comes to their movies. But is Justice League trying to mirror Avengers 3 to lure more moviegoers? Find out the film’s similarities and differences here.

DC surprised the crowd in the recent San Diego Comic-Con by unveiling the trailer for the superhero film. However, there are some elements that look the same as its rival.

The special footage, which is 2 minutes and 45 seconds long, features Bruce Wayne/Batman assembling a team. His objective is to prevent “something bad” from happening.

Then, Diana Prince/Wonder Woman joins him. The duo recruits Aquaman and The Flash. They also contacted Cyborg.

Overall, the trailer looks good and exciting, making the fans crave for more. However, there are some little details which made the viewers think that it is trying to depict Marvel.

Batman’s tone have changed as seen on the trailer. According to The Bitbag, it sounds like Tony Stark/Iron Man’s humor.

Notably, Robert Downey’s portrayal of the character was one of the huge factors why every Marvel film with him is a box office. DC might be trying the same formula as well to gain more audience.

Furthermore, there is another character that seems to copy one of the Avengers. If the latest Marvel film features a young Spider-Man, DC also introduces a young The Flash.

The actor Ezra Miller will be portraying Barry Allen. And just like Peter Parker’s “light-hearted” aura, DC could also apply it to Miller’s character.

So, are they trying to copy the Avengers film? Or was it coincidental? Warner Brothers are yet to address the issues. Justice League will hit the theaters on Nov. 17 while the Avengers 3 is going to be out in 2018.

Aside from Ezra Miller as The Flash, DC’s upcoming superhero flick stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, and Victor Stone as Cyborg.

Meanwhile, IMDb listed Jared Leto as Joker. However, the website noted that his appearance is still unconfirmed. But Leto’s presence on the movie must be exciting too.

Still curious about the Justice League preview? Save your energy from searching by watching it below: