We Watches Some of the Watchmen Movie
- A John F. Kennedy lookalike shakes hands with Dr. Manhattan, wearing a suit, on the lawn of the White House.
- In a motorcade, JFK is shot. We pan away from the car speeding off to the Comedian, who is behind a nearby fence, lowering his rifle to walk away.
- Silk Spectre argues with her husband as young Laurie looks on. We pan over to a snowglobe, which she may or may not break later, depending on how much more Zach Snyder needs to cut to get the running time the studio wants.
- Two criminals are found tied to a fire hydrant, unconscious, and we pan down to see a note left at the scene with Rorschach's face drawn on it.
- Fidel Castro and some Russian officials watch as planes streak across the skies over Moscow, and we pan down to see missile transports driving in parade formation down the street.
- In a reference to the 1967 anti-war demonstration that produced this photo, a female, hippie-looking protestor walks up to aimed rifles held by American soldiers, and puts a flower in one of the barrels. We see a close-up of the flower going in, followed immediately by the rifles being discharged. It can be presumed that the woman and many other protestors are killed. Man, this alternate reality seemed awesome until that happened.
- Andy Warhol talks to the press about his latest painting, one of his repeated-image portraits, this one of the new Nite Owl.
- An Astronaut plants the U.S. flag on the moon, then turns to us and we can see the reflection of Dr. Manhattan standing there filming him.
- Ozymandias (a.k.a. Adrian Veidt) standing outside Studio 54, as David Bowie (in full Ziggy Stardust mode) and Mick Jagger lounge against a car and the Village People look on from the crowd. Wow -- he knew the Village People?
- The new Crimebusters team, including the Comedian, Ozymandias, Dr. Manhattan, the second Silk Spectre, the second Nite Owl and Rorschach, pose for a group photo, similar to the original Minutemen shot.
- On a TV screen, Nixon is being re-elected thanks to presidential term limits getting repealed. We track outward to see that a man is spray-painting "Who Watches the Watchmen?" on the window of an electronics shop where the TV is on display. We track out further to see someone lighting a Molotov cocktail, then hurling it through the shop window, causing an fiery explosion. This is the same explosion seen in the first trailer. End credits.