The studios released a new poster showing both superheroes standing face to face and the story behind the rivalry in the two TV spots that show both the characters defending their case against each other.
In one fell swoop, the Warner Bros. studios have grabbed the attention of the audience. One of this year’s most anticipated superhero movies, Batman vs. Superman, is yet to hit the theaters.
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Zack Snyder and Warner Bros. were giving the fans few glimpses of the set and the costumes till mid last year. At the end of the year, the trailer for the movie was also released featuring a glimpse at the characters and the story.
Warner Bros. has recently released a new poster for the movie. The poster features both the superheroes facing each other with a red ‘House of El’ crest in the background.
House of El is more commonly known as the Superman sign which is gilded in his costume but with a little modification as the triangular insignia has the outline detail of the Batman’s crest. It is a combination of both the crests.
The poster was not the only thing that was released by the studios. Two TV spots were also released. Makes sense when there is a TV spot for both the superheroes to feature in. Both of the TV spots feature the superheroes pointing out why the other is dangerous to society.
In the first trailer we see Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) debating with Alfred Pennyworth (Jeremy Irons) why Superman is dangerous to the world.
According to Bruce, Superman’s battle with General Zod caused thousands of lives. Superman possesses the ability to destroy mankind and even if there is a one percent doubt that he is our enemy that should be counted as certainty.
During the TV spot we see Bruce Wayne analyzing the destruction caused as the aftermath of the Superman-Zod conflict. He seems justified in his cause to fight against Superman.
On the other hand, we get to see Clark Kent aka Superman (Henry Cavill) arguing with Perry White (Lawrence Fishburne), editor in chief of Daily Planet that a bat vigilante is a one-man reign of terror.
According to Clark, the press has to do the right thing. Perry White however is of the opinion that they don’t get to decide what the right thing is and no one is interested in seeing Clark Kent take on Batman. So Clark turns to his super side and tells the Batman to never show up if his light ever shines in the sky again.
We are expecting that these debates take place after the Clark Kent-Bruce Wayne brief chat at Lex Luthor’s (Jessie Eisenberg) party. Usually the fans are happy with any reveal from their favorite movie but Warner Bros. is being accused of over revealing.
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The trailer has already given away too much with the indication of all the villains, the surprise entry of Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot). If they keep revealing part of the movies this way, fans won’t have to go to theaters to watch the movie.