After months of secrecy about what to expect for the upcoming superhero crossover film, “Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice,” a preview of the movie’s latest trailer showed tremendous spoilers and hints, especially the revelation of new characters.
Furthermore, the said movie was deemed related to that of Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War” movie.
As reported by io9, the latest trailer for “Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice” showcases several sneak peek on what to expect when the movie releases this coming 2016. It introduced two fresh faces to the superhero movie franchise, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and the film’s antagonist, Doomsday. The famous right-hand of Batman, the butler/standing father Alfred (Jeremy Irons) was also introduced. As was revealed in prior reports, the lead characters Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) will be engaged in a conflict against one another.
Furthermore, the trailer also manifests that Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) will be the main villain for the film. In fact, the trailer shows that Luthor was the one who introduced Batman and Superman to one another. Luthor mentions during the confrontation, “Wow that is a good grip! You should not pick a fight with this person.”
Additionally, the trailer also shows a more transparent look at the Batcave.
In other news, Hollywood Reporter suggests that the release of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” latest trailer showcased on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” a week after “Captain America: Civil War,” suggested an endearing theory about the correlation of the two movies. The timing of it all suggests that the former movie’s trailer was a response to the latter’s, having debuted at the same venue. The source indicates that the relationship between the two movies were that the former was an Anti-Cold War version of the superhero movie franchise.
In fact, there was a line in the “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” trailer delivered by Clark Kent, also known as Superman, that said, “the bat vigilante in Gotham,” signifying a common vigilante from that of “Captain America: Civil War.” Furthermore, there is also the notion that “Batman vs Superman” suggests that conflicts between superheroes can be remedied by shared goals as opposed to “Captain America.”