Hey guys, Jana here,
The official plan to release the ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice‘ trailer this coming Monday, but some dude with a camera phone spoiled those plans and put their shaky, grainy version with Portuguese subtitles out into the interwebs. Zack Snyder reacted by giving the fans what we want, a peek at the trailer.
Snyder tweeted the trailer in a way that made it clear what his thoughts were on the leaked version with the tag #notpirated. The full trailer was and is still planned as an Imax special event for Monday, April 20, those screenings will go ahead as planned, featuring “a few extra shots plus a little swag.”
With voiceovers from two key players wondering if Superman can be trusted and if power truly corrupts, Batman asks Superman “Tell me, do you bleed? You will.” I’m beyond excited for this movie now, I was unsure of Affleck’s involvement, but I may have been won over. Time will tell and we have a long wait because it won’t release until March 25, 2016.
The full trailer offered fans a proper glimpse at Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight coming face to face withHenry Cavill’s Man of Steel, with Batman ominously asking, “Tell me, do you bleed? You will.”
The footage also features shots of the Batmobile in action, along with voiceovers from Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor and Holly Hunter’s mystery character as they weigh in on whether Superman can be trusted or whether “power corrupts.”
“Dawn of Justice” also stars Amy Adams (Lois Lane), Laurence Fishburne (Perry White), Jeremy Irons (Alfred Pennyworth) and Diane Lane (Martha Kent), and will feature the bigscreen debut of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman and Jason Momoa’s Aquaman ahead of the characters’ standalone films, as well as two planned “Justice League” films, which will bring all of DC Comics’ most iconic heroes together. Other Justice League solo movies already planned include “The Flash,” starring Ezra Miller; “Shazam,” with Dwayne Johnson appearing as antagonist Black Adam; and “Cyborg,” starring Ray Fisher.
Snyder directed “Batman v Superman” from Chris Terrio’s script, based on a story by Snyder and David S. Goyer.