Major BATMAN v SUPERMAN Details On Batman's Role, Doomsday Battle, And Much More
SPOILER ALERT! After the jump, you'll find out details on how Batman plays into the opening of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Clark Kent and Lois Lane's relationship, Superman's attitude ("I won't snap your neck..."), and how the fight with Doomsday plays out!
More Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice details have found their way online, and they reveal plenty of new information about the highly anticipated 2016 release. According to Badass Digest, the movie kicks off with Batman's origin story (which we've seen filming) before picking up with Ben Affleck's Bruce Wayne as he arrives in Metropolis during the fight between Superman and General Zod from Man of Steel. Things then jump ahead a couple of years, with the attention very much on Superman as we learn that he's now living with Lois Lane and works full-time at The Daily Planet. However, after being assigned to cover a football game between Metropolis and Gotham City, it appears as if he's actually much more interested in writing about the Caped Crusader!
Batman v Superman also examines how the latter is viewed by the rest of the world, with an appearance in the Middle East (where he arrives to assist Lois) resulting in an international incident. There's also a lot of Man of Steel follow-up too, with Superman apparently telling one villain - it's not specified who exactly - that, "I won't snap your neck, I'm going to take you to prison." However, he later threatens to break their back when he loses his temper! Dark. As for Doomsday, General Swanwick apparently, "tells the military that Superman will move the battle away from populated areas because he's a hero, and that's what heroes do." The site adds that most people in the movie view Superman as a hero, expect for Lex Luthor (obviously) and Batman, who actually preps anti-Superman weapons! Thoughts on these latest details? Share your thoughts below...
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