Ben Affleck has shown new footage in the forthcoming superhero movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, with a scene hinting at how Bruce Wayne might hope to defeat his -American competition.
Numerous pictures leaked from the set of Batman v Superman have appeared online. The images depict Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne, and seem to reveal that Metropolis (the fictional city in Snyder’s Man of Steel) has either undergone a new cataclysmic event, or is still recovering in the destruction depicted at the end of Man of Steel. The black video did not show a whole lot about the plot, or even why both heroes are fighting each other, but there was undoubtedly enough activity to get fanboys salivating over it.
New pictures via the instagram report of the site Henry Cavill News: Dawn of Justice have appeared online, in the set of the upcoming Batman vs Superman of Zack Snyder. They contain images of Superman (Henry Cavill) embracing Lois Lane (Amy Adams), plus a picture of Cavill as Superman’s bespectacled alter ego, Clark Kent. Batman – draped entirely in metallic armour – uses his craftiness as he throws a smoke bomb down and when Superman flies to assault him, the saviour of Gotham City is gone.
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Tickets for Batman v Superman are on sale today, and Deadline reports the film is looking at snagging someplace between $100-$140 million in its opening weekend. That’s not a bad draw to get an blockbusters at all, but, the film is seemingly monitoring a little less compared to the studio was expecting, specifically for an Easter weekend. Those expectations set it below the March opening weekend record holder, The Hunger Games, which landed $152 million in its first weekend.