Warner Bros. has been teasing (and teasing and teasing) the living hell out of its latest trailer for upcoming “Justice League” movie, and the new spot doesn’t disappoint. Clocking in at just over two minutes and 30 seconds, we’re finally treated to our first glimpses of Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg in action — and it’s a glorious thing to behold.
Previous trailers focused on Bruce Wayne and Diana Prince’s efforts to assemble a squad of metahuman warriors to defend the planet from the imminent threat of Steppenwolf and his horde of ugly-ass parademons, but Saturday’s action-packed release may be the best reason yet to actually see “Justice League” when it hits theaters this November. Sure, DC and Warner Bros have had some misfires among critics in recent years — the extremely loud and incredibly gauche “Batman v. Superman” and jumbled “Suicide Squad” — but this footage suggests that “Justice League” may finally deliver the good, old-fashioned, super-powered ass-kicking that any childhood comic book fan wants to see on the big screen.
Plus, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman is pretty damn savage, which is certainly an upgrade from this goofy ocean royalty from decades past:
The U.S. Space Force has a name tape for uniforms now. Get excited people.
In a tweet from its official account, the Space Force said its uniform name tapes have "touched down in the Pentagon," sharing a photo of it on the chest of Gen. John W. Raymond, the newly-minted Chief of Space Operations for the new service branch nested in the Department of the Air Force.
PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump gave a minute-to-minute account of the U.S. drone strikes that killed Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani in remarks to a Republican fund-raising dinner on Friday night, according to audio obtained by CNN.
With his typical dramatic flourish, Trump recounted the scene as he monitored the strikes from the White House Situation Room when Soleimani was killed.
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly is expected to announce the naming of CVN-81 during a ceremony on Monday in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, according to USNI. Two of Miller's nieces are expected to be there, according to the Star-Advertiser.