New Unseen Footage From ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice,’ Ben Affleck Fighting Sequence

New Unseen Footage From ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice,’ Ben Affleck Fighting Sequence
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When Warner Bros. confirmed the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Cut, fans were excited to see what wasn’t included by Zack Snyder. As expected, most of them fans preferred the extended edition over the theatrical cut.


The production team then revealed the hard work that went through to release the behind-the-scenes footage and images. An image of Batman shinning the Bat-Signal was released. The image perfectly portrayed Gotham’s mood.

While the Ultimate Edition revealed 30 minutes of extra footage from the movie, it looks like there were more action sequences the director/producers decided to cut off.

A small clip revealed more unseen footage from the movie. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, a scene from the third act where Batman fights Lex Luthor’s thugs.

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The video was found on Twitter. You can check it out below.

Fans are already revealing their disappointment for excluding the scene from the movie. There’s a possibility that the fight scene was more violent and similar to Frank Miller’s version in DC Comics. During an interview, Zack Snyder confessed that he adapted a few of them from Miller’s Batman Comic.

DCEU is currently on the verge of hyping Suicide Squad before its initial release. However, we can expect more behind-the-scene images and clips for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice to be released.

Earlier this month, Clay Enos released a picture of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. The image reveals the hero in battle position during her fight against Doomsday.

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