It might be New York Comic Con right now (well, it is NYCC right now), but that's not where all the nerd news has to come from. At lunchtime on Friday, Zack Snyder took to Twitter to drop a 90-second clip to thank everyone involved in shooting Justice League in the U.K.

You'll catch a little plot at the beginning, with Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne saying, "There is a stranger who comes to this village from the sea. He comes in the winter, when people are hungry, brings fish. He comes on the king tide. That was last night."

Then it's a slab of rock-scored, green-screen-stacked behind-the-scenes footage (lots of silliness) and a bit of pre-visual-effects footage mixed in. "I just want to say a quick thanks to my cast and crew," says Snyder, whose last movies were Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. "It's been a great shoot, and thank you, U.K.—it's been amazing."

Justice League drops Nov. 17, 2017; its first trailer appeared in July. Before it comes Wonder Woman, due June 7; that one's also got a trailer.

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