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There’s an R-rated cut of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice coming to Blu-Ray and DVD that will add about 30 minutes of unseen material to the already lengthy comic book flick. The extra footage is said to include more story details, including the presence of a DC Comics character played by Jena Malone who ended up on the cutting room floor.
But there’s one beloved DC Comics character who actually ended up in the final cut of Batman v Superman, but the character went unnamed and ended up getting murdered. This is something that Zack Snyder describes as fun. Find out more details after the jump, but beware of spoilers. Read More »
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Today Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters, leaving you to see the divisive comic book flick for yourself and see what you think of Zack Snyder‘s attempt at bringing the greatest gladiator match in the history of the world to the big screen. But if you don’t have tickets yet, or you’re waiting until the hype dies down a bit, then we have a battle between the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight that you can check out right now.
In honor of the fight between the Son of Krypton and the Bat of Gotham, Honest Trailers has delivered their takes on Tim Burton‘s Batman from 1989 and Richard Donner‘s Superman from 1978, both being the first feature length big screen iterations of their respective comic book characters. Watch the Batman and Superman Honest Trailers below. Read More »
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Even if the excitement for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is high for plenty of fans, I think we can all agree that the marketing campaign has left something to be desired. Not only have the trailers not been cut all that well, but the posters have been pretty unremarkable as well. Thankfully, Poster Posse has delivered some original, incredible artwork to pay tribute to the first big screen face-off between the Bat of Gotham and the Son of Krypton.
Below, we’ve gathered some of our favorite pieces from Poster Posse’s call for artists to give the battle of the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel their own artistic flair. Pretty much all of these pieces are better than any of the theatrical posters we’ve seen so far.
Check out the Poster Posse Batman v Superman artwork collection below. Read More »