This Is How The Bat Fights Superman In BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE And It's Awesome

This Is How The Bat Fights Superman In BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE And It's Awesome

Still wondering how Batman could possibly be a match for Superman in Dawn of Justice? Zack Snyder outlines a fight scene that will definitely make every Batman fan extremely happy.

With all the powers and might that Superman possesses, how can a lone man hope to have a chance of taking him down.  Apparently it can be done and it takes planning, patience and kryptonite.  Ben Aflleck's Dark Knight knows he can't just foolishly rush in to a knock-down, slugfest with Superman, their confrontation is carefully orchestrated by The Bat.  In the new Entertainment Weekly magazine, Zack Snyder describes how Batman prepares to take down the planet's strongest individual.  

"Superman doesn’t have to be as much of a chess player as Batman,” says Snyder. Superman has might on his side, but before the fists start flying, we see an armored Batman placing various traps in an abandoned stockyard, then walking along and driving a Kryptonite spear into the ground. “He paces it off,” Snyder says. “Then when he throws Superman, the spear is right there. So you’re like, wait a minute, did he [plan] every bit? He know every move?”

Now there's a Batman. This is the comic book version of the character many lifelong fans have been wanting to see. Someone that can hold is own (dare I say win) against the super-powered elite of DC Comics. Batman always has a plan and is always prepared for every situation.  

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice arrives in theaters on March 25, 2016. The film stars Henry Cavill, Jesse Eisenberg, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Ben Affleck Tao Okamoto and Scoot McNairy.  Zack Snyder directs from a script written by Chirs Terrio and David S. Goyer.  The film will mark the 2nd entry in the budding DCEU cinematic universe, which already has nine confirmed films to follow, including Davi Ayer's Suicide Squad which hits theaters later this year in August.
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