Jimmy Kimmel Cameos In Batman V Superman? Plus Tickets Are On Sale Now
Director Zack Snyder, had to cut out some scenes from the “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.” The deleted scenes unfortunately included a what could have been a funny cameo from the American television host Jimmy Kimmel as what the host claimed.Advertisement
On Sunday, during a special Oscars episode of Kimmel’s ABC late-night show, the late night host and guest Ben Affleck talked about the upcoming motion picture. Kimmel said he was thrilled that he had a small role in “Batman v Superman: dawn of Justice.” However, Affleck was forced to tell the host that the scene had to be cut off from the entire film. Of course, they were only having fun and was actually joking about the whole thing.
As previously reported by Morning News USA, “Batman v Superman” had a run time of 2 hours and 30 minutes. Hence, the producers deemed it appropriate for some scenes to be deleted. But, there was no such cameo role for Kimmel.
However, fans were still given a chance to see the supposed deleted cameo. According to ScreenCrush, Affleck, Henry Cavill, Jesse Eisenberg and Kimmel tried to recreate the quote-unquote deleted scene from the trailer. The supposed scene involved Clark Kent and Bruce Wayne in a tensed situation as they met in one of the parties hosted by supervillain Lex Luthor. But, as they recreate the scene, the late night host can’t help but interrupt and drive the two superheroes crazy. So, Bruce Wayne pulls Kimmel aside and says in his Batman voice, “I will rip your d— off.” See video below.
In other news, Attack of the Fanboy reported that Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice tickets are now on sale. Fans of the movie can head over to Fandango for a chance to pick up tickets in their home cities.
The Batman vs Superman tickets will be available in Australia and New Zealand on March 1, 2016, and according to Event Cinemas, tickets go up on sale at midnight. People can either book online or in person.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will fire up in North America on March 25, 2016.