Will the much anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer make its debut during the Super Bowl? That’s the latest rumor.
Much has been said about when the eagerly awaited clip will finally be shared by director Zack Snyder. The only trailer for Batman v Superman released by Warner Bros. thus far is the one that those lucky enough to attend the panel at Comic Con saw in the summer.
The studio stated that particular clip would not see the light of day outside Hall H and was meant for those fans’ eyes only. Many disappointed fervent followers have been speculating ever since as to when the rest of us will be able to catch a glimpse of Batman (Ben Affleck) for the first time, and Superman (Henry Cavill — who returns to reprise his role from Man of Steel).
Even though these are just rumors throughout the comic book world, we can’t completely discount the speculation, as many think it’s time for a Batman v Superman trailer to debut sometime soon and the Super Bowl is as good a place and time as any.
With millions of viewers across the country and overseas, Warner Bros. would get a lot of people pumped to see the sequel to Man of Steel, especially if we they get a glimpse at the elusive Batman. Throughout filming in the streets of Detroit, Chicago, and New Mexico, Snyder was successful at keeping the newcomer under wraps.
This is no small task, since all eyes were on the proceedings last summer and early fall. Nobody that we know of was able to see Ben Affleck in his Batsuit during filming, much to the frustration of those following the production up close, which were many.
We did get to see the new Batmobile, though, and it looks amazing, putting the Dark Knight Bat-car to shame (not really, but it’s impressive). Snyder is set, not only to debut the first trailer for Batman v Superman, but put the two superheroes against each other for the first time in movies’ history and fans can’t wait.
It is unclear what the relationship between the Batman and the Man of Steel will be, but the title of the film indicates some kind of animosity. Snyder took the ‘S’ out of ‘vs’ in order not to make a straight rivalry between the two.
If indeed the Batman v Superman trailer debuts during the Super Bowl, it would make millions of fans even more excited to watch the blockbuster when it flies into theaters on March 25, 2016. Maybe we can at least have a first official poster. Could we not?
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