Next March, Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is expected to pit DC Comics’ three biggest heroes (known collectively as the Trinity) against Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) and a massive threat in the form of Doomsday. In addition to having Batman (Ben Affleck) squaring off against Superman (Henry Cavill), the blockbuster plans to lay the groundwork for multiple DC movies, including a Justice League movie that will hit in November 2017. Well, last night, a Reddit user claimed to have attended a BvS preview screening, and spilled from very important beans. What was revealed? Let’s discuss.

Needless to say, this article is going to deal in potential spoilers for next year’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, so please stop reading if you do not want to know details. The movie comes out soon. Can you wait? Here’s the full trailer, to prevent you from hitting any of the spoilers that I am discussing below.
The screening details, provided by the Reddit user ViolatingNDA (clever) walk a very fine line between being possible, and possibly being bullshit. I’m honestly not convinced that Warner Bros. would screen Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice this early, knowing that the possibility of someone breaking the NDA and spoiling the movie was all too probable. Some of the scenes described by this potential audience member sound like they are speculated off of footage shown in the trailers. But then the third act reveals are potentially major… if they turn out to be true. So, take all of this with a shovel of salt, and see what was revealed:

Jena Malone
Who Jena Malone Plays
We’ve run rumors that Jena Malone, who also starred in Snyder’s Sucker Punch, would be playing Carrie Kelley, a version of Robin who fought alongside an older Batman in the comics. ViolatingNDA actually confirms a different rumor, saying that Malone appears in a few scenes as Barbara Gordon, daughter of a deceased Commissioner James Gordon. There are mentions of the character Oracle, an alter ego of Barbara. And she apparently also makes a Killing Joke reference to an amusement park incident involving The Joker. There are a lot of Joker references in this movie, but it doesn’t sound like Jared Leto’s criminal clown prince shows face.

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