The Teaser Of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice May Not Be Released Ever
A week ago, it was apparently confirmed that the SDCC exclusive teaser of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice was about to be released on the internet. It was expected to be released from Hall H and then it was to hit the internet.
The following was shared through the Portugal facebook account of Warner Bros.
“Chris Hardwick took a selfie with superheroes Ben Affleck (Batman), Henry Cavill (Superman) and Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) on stage at the San Diego Comic-Con, where it was revealed the first teaser trailer that we will share with you soon.”
However, this info was taken as misleading as the President of worldwide marketing and international distribution of Warner Bros, Sue Kroll confirmed that the teaser will be confined to the hall. It is a heart-breaking news for the fans who cannot afford to attend SDCC but are looking forward to catch the teaser of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Although the video was leaked on the internet but Warner Bros have tried everything possible to remove those videos from the internet. The footage of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice that was leaked last week has also been taken down by Warner Bros. If you have not checked out the teaser of the film and feeling disappointed, you need not to.
The footage actually shows that Batman is keeping the bat symbol and suddenly comes Superman in order to confront him. The backdrop of the confrontation is a rainy night. While the scene grows, the two super heroes are just seen staring each other. If you were in the room when the teaser was launched and thought that you have missed out a lot, you should not be disappointed as the teaser is not something special.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is supposed to be released on 6 May 2016. It will feature Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Laurence Fishbourne, Diane Lane, Callan Mulvey ,Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, Scoot McNairy, Holly Hunter, Tao Okamoto, and Jeremy Iron in the pivotal roles.