Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice is now finished, according to Sean Ray, a 3D artist who has been working tirelessly on the blockbuster for the last few months. Ray also took this opportunity to quash rumors that one of Superman’s most renowned villains will be making an appearance in the blockbuster hybrid.
Ray is an employee at Moving Picture Company, which is just one of the visual effects companies that has been working tirelessly on Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
But all of that now seems to be in the past, because, according to Batman-News, Ray took to his Instagram account to celebrate the end of their work on the production.
And Ray was rather vocal about how much he loved working on the hugely anticipated blockbuster, “Batman v Superman is wrapped, one [of] the best films I have worked on! My inner child is happy! I’m the biggest Superman fan ever! So it was a dream to work on it! Looking forward to seeing it on the big screen in March! I can’t wait!! Good job everyone who worked on it.”
Ray then explained that his duty on Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice was as a 3D character/Creature Artist at Moving Picture Company.
But Ray wasn’t quite done with his updates on Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, because someone then decided to cheekily ask if he was one of the people who worked on the design of Doomsday, the iconic Superman villain who has long been linked with a role in the film.
A comment read, “Nice! So did you create the model for Doomsday??” Rather than ignoring this and refusing to respond to this probe into Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, Ray wrote, “Hahahahahaha lol unfortunately he’s not in the film, maybe in the man of steel sequel or justice league who knows.”
It looks as though Ray instantly noticed the error of his ways, because just a few days after originally uploading the post he not only decided to delete it, but he also deleted his entire account too.
But that might not be enough to stop there from being even further consequences for Ray, because it’s extremely likely that, before he began work on Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, he would have signed a nondisclosure agreement that would have forbidden him from talking about his involvement on it.
And just by writing about Doomsday, even the fact that he’s not included in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, and revealing that work on the film is complete has probably gotten him into trouble.
Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice will be released on March 25, 2016. Directed by Zack Snyder, who oversaw the production to the films predecessor, Man Of Steel, it has been written by Academy Award-winning screenwriter Chris Terrio, who received the award for his work on Argo.
Henry Cavill will reprise his role as Superman, and he’ll be joined by Ben Affleck’s Batman, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor, Jeremy Irons’ Alfred Pennyworth, Diane Lane’s Martha Kent, Amy Adams’ Lois Lane, and Laurence Fishburne’s Perry White. It’s also been suggested that Jason Momoa and Ray Fisher will make their debuts as Cyborg and Aquaman ahead of their origin films in the DC cinematic universe.
Two trailers for Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice have been released, and there are rumors that further trailers for the film will be released by the end of the month. In fact, it’s been speculated that one will focus entirely on Batman and another will revolve around Superman, and that they’ll premiere during new episodes of Gotham and Supergirl.
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