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Even before Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hit theaters, we knew that an extended cut DVD was planned for the home video release. It turns out the original cut of the film was even more extended than we thought.
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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a film all about the image of Superman and how it is perceived by the world at large. Take a look at how this image was almost presented, with an alternate look at the monument in Heroes Park.
If you've seen it once, then you've seen it a thousand times. Batman has one of the most well-known origins in comics, but here's why Zack Snyder felt you should take a trip to Crime Alley one more time.
hile the powers that be are still remaining officially mum when it comes to where the DCEU is going following Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the conventional wisdom, and all evidence that we do have, continues to point toward Darkseid.
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We’re not sure if you’ve heard, but Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a somewhat divisive film. While many fans loved the film others, along with most critics, did not.
Like Aquaman and Flash, Cyborg had a cameo in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but director Zack Snyder had an especially good reason to include the cybernetic hero.
The end of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice left many fans walking out of the theater in a stunned silence. Director Zack Snyder, however, is surprised more people didn't see it coming.
In case you didn’t catch all the clues about what’s to come, we’ve thrown together this in-depth analysis on the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ending and how it leads into Justice League: Part One and maybe beyond!
If you walked out of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice wondering where Jimmy Olsen was, you're not alone. As it turns out, however, he was right in front of our face in one scene, we just didn't notice.
While keeping Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice at a PG-13 rating is obviously important for drawing as wide an audience as possible, director Zack Snyder has revealed the main reason the movie was trimmed down.
The magnum opus that is Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is now upon us. With all the new characters and concepts the film needs to introduce, the movie’s two and a half hour runtime is not too surprising. But there's so much more left to see.
There is no rest for the weary. Zack Snyder has just released Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice into the wild and he’s already on the verge of his next DC opus, Justice League: Part One.
While it took five solo films before Marvel Studios started putting all of its characters together for The Avengers, the growing DC Cinematic Universe is taking a bit of a shortcut.
It was recently revealed that Justice League: Part One won’t be as dark as its DC Extended Universe predecessors, and now we have a better idea of how this will be accomplished.
Marvel Studios has spent nearly a decade building up their cinematic universe with some of the most popular movies being produced in Hollywood, but in the next few years DC Comics and Warner Bros. plan to increase the competition.
Zack Snyder is still annoyed at all the people who were annoyed by all the people who died in Man of Steel. The director of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice still has to deal with fans who were upset or shocked at the collateral damage.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director and DCEU overseer Zack Snyder has revealed the reason why Grant Gustin’s Flash wasn’t used for the movies. In fact, he was never in consideration.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be an absolutely enormous movie. Between Wonder Woman, Alfred Pennyworth, Lex Luthor, Doomsday, Lois Lane, and plenty of others, it will be a regular "who’s who" of DC lore in addition to the headlining duo.