Batman V Superman To Have New Villain?

Batman V Superman To Have New Villain?
Zack Snyder Gage Skidmore / Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0

There are rumors saying that the immensely anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice could feature a new villain.


Bizarro, the new villain to make an appearance, is a DC antihero known as the reversal of Superman. While the character will be explored in depth in Director Zack Snyder’s next couple of films from the Justice League, whether Bizarro will actually feature in the film or not remains a speculation.

In the most recent trailer of the movie, Lex Luthor (played by Jesse Eisenberg) is in possession of a part of Kryptonite and General Zod’s body. Luther will be using it to fabricate his clone of Kryptonian that may be able to replicate Superman’s powers. This could also lead to the formation of Doomsday.

Latino-Review notes about the the speculation of Bizarro making an appearance in the movie. The rumor was sparked by a LEGO toy set. In another toy set, one can find Batman, Superman and Lex Luthor, with an action figure called “Mega-Armored Lex Luthor.” This character has not featured in the comic books. There are speculations that the armor could have been made from General Zod’s.

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MTV reports Snyder expressing his disinclination towards spoilers of his movie. Speaking at the San Diego Comic Con, he said, “Of course I hate it when any spoilers come out! You design the movie as a story that evolves as you watch it, so moment-to-moment [you’re thinking], ‘Oh my god, what’s going to happen next? Are they gonna live? Are they gonna die?’ So you want that experience for the audience, as much as you can.”

According to Warner Bros., the movie hits theaters on March 25. Presenting an impressive cast of stars, the movie will have Henry Cavill reprising his role as Superman from Man of Steel, Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane (also from Man of Steel) and Jason Momoa as Aquaman.

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