'Man of Steel' Sequel Titled 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'

May 21, 2014

Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice

We've been calling the sequel to Man of Steel by the obvious title of Batman v Superman, but since the sequel is now being shot back-to-back with Justice League, both films with director Zack Snyder at the helm, the studio wants to make sure you know that the DC Comics superhero ensemble is on the way. Production on the sequel is already underway in Detroit, Michigan, and a press release has just announced the official title is Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. So clearly this isn't just a Man of Steel sequel, and will put a lot of focus on setting up Justice League. Honestly, it feels a bit desperate. Read on!

Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice

For those who have been hiding under a rock, the sequel will bring back Henry Cavill as Superman and introduce Ben Affleck as Batman. Amy Adams, Laurence Fisburne and Diane Lane are all reprising their roles from Man of Steel, while new additions include Gal Gadot as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Jeremy Irons as Alfred, and Holly Hunter in a role newly created for the film. There have also been rumblings of Ray Fisher as Cyborg and Jason Momoa also has some sort of role. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters on May 6th, 2016. See the first look at Batman here.

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how is this desperate? It's not criticism, I just don't understand why you feel this is desperate.

Robbie on May 21, 2014


It feels desperate in that "Back to the Future 2" kind of way. 'Dawn of Justice' = 'This isn't really the movie you want to see, but be sure to stick around for our next movie.'

CoosCoos on May 21, 2014


How isn't this the movie we want to see? There's a movie coming after it we want to see as well, that is filming at the same time, so that makes this the movie we don't want to see? It doesn't feel desperate, it feels like they're kicking their universe into the fast lane. The way Marvel is doing it isn't the one and only way to ever build a super hero universe.

Mike P. on May 21, 2014


Totally agree, that's like saying "We only want the Avengers, not all the movies leading up to it." Don't be stupid.

I'm Batman on May 21, 2014


Fast lane? One movie every three years? While Marvel is pumping out two movies every single year (along with several TV shows)? You DC fanboys just can't admit DC is slow, desperate, and clueless.

CoosCoos on May 21, 2014


Marvel = WCW DC = WWF And the Attitude Era is about to begin...

Mr Sinister on May 22, 2014


Ethan is a Marvelite...Nuff said As for the title ...I love it!

Mr Sinister on May 21, 2014


Nah I prefer a title of: BatJessicaAbla vs SuperPenelopeCruz in Spandex. kinda catchy! No script needed.

Louie Avila on May 21, 2014


I would of liked a MoS sequel before TBH. With mention of Batman in Gotham and other such characters making a slower appearance.

Steven on May 21, 2014


Sorry DC nerds but this is gonna be your Phantom Menace. Snyder is great with visuals but couldn't care less about his actors. The proof is in his output. Reboot in another 5 years.

Alboone on May 21, 2014


Wouldn't place all the blame on Snyder. David Goyer wrote the movie. Put some on him as well.

Xerxexx on May 21, 2014


And this film will benefit from having Chris Terrio writing/re-writing it.

Chris Groves on May 21, 2014


I forgot all about his involvement!

Xerxexx on May 21, 2014


Correct. Ben's Argo writer is doing this.

Rock n Rollllll on May 21, 2014


Goyer is so hit and miss with his work. I have my doubts on whether or not he really has talent or he is just surrounded by talented people.

DAVIDPD on May 21, 2014


Oh come now, David Goyer is a good person, who really gets his audiences and has a deep understanding of the intricacies of creating strong, well-crafted, multifaceted female protagonists with... *reads recent news articles about Goyer* ...oh. Well, uh....never mind.

Outlaw on May 21, 2014


Goyer wirting a female character? Ha.

Xerxexx on May 22, 2014



Rock n Rollllll on May 21, 2014


I have faith in Snyder...the writing was the weakest link of MoS so hopefully BvS: DoJ will be a step up. I wanna see Gadot in the WW costume! The title is a little wonky... Could do without the Batman v Superman part. Just: Superman: Dawn of Justice works.

Xerxexx on May 21, 2014


Or even simply "Dawn of Justice" It gives a good rhythm, "Man of Steel" "Dawn of Justice"...

Chris Groves on May 21, 2014


Obligatory mention of WORLD'S FINEST. But I suppose that may have to wait until they are actually pals.

DAVIDPD on May 21, 2014


I was afraid that this could turn out just as awful as Iron Man 2. That movie was just a trailer of movies to come... and Mickey Rourke was in it... with a parrot. Hopefully this will turn out better.

capitandelespacio on May 22, 2014


I was pushing for 'The World's Finest' from the start. You KNOW they are going to have the logos and characters all over the promotion and posters etc, we don't need to have their names in the title.

Chris Groves on May 22, 2014


The logo just looks so fan made and amateurish. Did they really have to overoutline the Batman logo like we seriously didn't know he was in it and you can seriously tell this is going to be Batman focused smh WB/DC. It's like the Batman logo is slowly eating the Man of Steel logo alive. I have to agree with Ethan along with this amateur photoshop looking logo this is getting a bit desperate to play catch up with Marvel especially when they have barely fully developed their new version of Superman. Heck lets speed things up and throw Batman in the mix. What it should have been is a Man of Steel sequel and a seperate Batman reboot then following this film then Justice League. But oh nope lets get them in one film and lets get all these cameos and make it a huge mind frick spectacle of comic goodness.

DJ Jack Ryan Hardy on May 21, 2014


Pffff this guy again..........

Rock n Rollllll on May 21, 2014


No offensive taken since I know your comment is coming from one of the %1 in the world who hates X-Men 2. Happy trollin Rock n Roll.

DJ Jack Ryan Hardy on May 21, 2014


Sorry but i couldnt make any sense of what you just said. Word to the wise, dont force unthought outlandish comments just because you're sour over my opinion about the X-Men franchise. But......perhaps maybe you couldn't see what you're typing with Gosling's balls in your face, so i'll give you another chance to write your rebuttle a little more intelligently.

Rock n Rollllll on May 21, 2014


They might as well have just called this movie Justice League Part 1.

DJ Jack Ryan Hardy on May 21, 2014


They should have called it: "Man of Steel 2 - Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice; Lex Luthor's Revenge, Birth of Wonderwoman." It's funny that such a long title doesn't say all that much about the movie.

TheOct8pus on May 21, 2014


Man of Steel 2: Batman vs. Superman vs. Marvel's successful progress.

Fidel Reyes on May 21, 2014


Should've just named it "Dawn of the Planet of the Justice League"

JBrotsis on May 21, 2014


Not enough "of the" in that title. Ask Fox about it, maybe they will came up with a better idea.

capitandelespacio on May 22, 2014


I actually like the title a lot....but I do agree, the logo is very amateur. Not to mention the title is completely off center....c'mon now

Danimal on May 21, 2014


Why just the v. instead of vs.? Very odd in my opinion.

Nielsen700 on May 21, 2014


It's cheaper. Think about all the posters, t-shirts and DVDs. By my calculations, they saved $6,200 by omitting the "S" in "Vs"...

TheOct8pus on May 21, 2014


Hope it comes to good use...

Nielsen700 on May 22, 2014


My only nitpick is going with 'v' instead of 'vs'...typing out Batman v Superman will just take some getting used to. Typing Batman vs Superman just seems proper. Oh well, I'll get used to it...and it is very clear what their intentions are with the 'Dawn of Justice' subtitle. This isn't a Superman trilogy, it's a DC Universe trilogy culminating with Justice League. Superman is the star of this universe, naturally being the biggest/baddest/strongest, so he gets introduced first with Easter Eggs planted for future characters, then the sequel introduces us to Batman as the #2 character, with Wonder Woman getting introduced and maybe some set-up cameos for other characters, then Justice League is the big culmination. I love what Marvel is doing, it absolutely works to build in solo films and crossover films, building in peaks and valleys of interest. But that doesn't mean that is the only way to do it. Think of the Justice League more like X-Men. Imagine an X-Men trilogy that began with a film focused entirely on a low number of characters, then introduced more in the sequel, and a 'full team' in the 3rd film. That doesn't sound crazy at all, does it?

Chris Groves on May 21, 2014


I actually agree with this. While DC has yet to prove anything (trust me, I still doubt they'll be able to pull this thing off as well as Marvel has), but solo intros isn't necessarily the only way of doing things. In fact, I'd argue that it is potentially worse as it turns into this: "Movie 1: Superhero X saves the world by himself....smallest briefest hint of Superhero Y's existence after credits.... Movie 2: Superhero Y saves the world by himself.....smallest briefest hint of Superhero's Z's existence..." How the heck are we supposed to watch Iron Man, but there be no serious story involving others in the world? Even when the other heroes/villains are mentioned, its only as a mandatory plug to make sure everyone understands they're still connected (i.e. (Punch) "That was for New York."). Essentially, real world, all these characters would interact throughout each story line (War Machine just decided to take a long nap during the war in New York, right?), so what's the big deal with introducing multiple characters in one to two films? If they do an intro story to all of them in one, then yes, there's a problem from the story telling angle. But if they do it right - already told Superman's story, we kinda know Batman's, hints of other characters (i.e., Cyborg, Wonder Woman) - then maybe this could turn into something pretty cool. I just get tired of hearing direct comparisons to how Marvel has structured their movies, assuming that it is the perfect and only way to do it.

I'm Batman on May 21, 2014


Side note, I love the Marvel movies, just expressing my opinion of how there are other ways of making awesome stories/movies.

I'm Batman on May 21, 2014


Yep, and I do agree that we'll find advantages and disadvantages to both approaches. I'm not going to pretend that how Marvel does it is 100% perfect. It is amazing on its own, but the rhythm of 'we are all together, or we are each doing something alone' is clear/convenient. That doesn't ruin the Marvel films at all, it is a perfectly acceptable pattern. But DC might be able to avoid that, or have much better justification for solo films where other characters don't pop up. Also, this is going to be a full trilogy directed by Snyder. So stylistically and tonally these 3 films will be pretty consistent. Marvel is good at having a generally consistent tone across all of their films, but the changing directors across films does create a noticeable shift. The DC Universe might also be able to avoid re-castings(That is a pet-peeve of mine in films). Having to re-cast Terrence Howard and Ed Norton, although both were for the better, still stings the consistency a bit. In theory, Cavill, Affleck and co have all signed multi-film deals and are all on board for a long haul. To picture Affleck inhabiting the role and playing Batman long enough to star in a DCU version of 'The Dark Knight Returns' is VERY exciting, to imagine him staying in the part long enough for us to eventually get to Batman Beyond is even MORE exciting. The DCU might be able to have a bit more creative cohesion as well. Imagine Ben Affleck starring and directing a solo Batman film after this DC trilogy is completed? That's a pretty cool thought.

Chris Groves on May 21, 2014


of course u just need to write in that so-and-so charcater was out of town , or otherwise engaged with his/her own villians , and couldn't help . Nobody cares unless that hero has already been in a movie , tho ...

Dominic on May 22, 2014


You and Chris might have just taken care of my doubts over the un-marvel approach.

Steven on May 21, 2014


They did "V" instead of "Vs" for budget reasons. Think of all the money they will save without that extra letter in there.

TheOct8pus on May 21, 2014


I understood that reference.

capitandelespacio on May 21, 2014


Haha! Judging by your avatar, I believe you. BTW: What's wrong with your face?

TheOct8pus on May 21, 2014


I smoked too much.

capitandelespacio on May 21, 2014


Not the best title but it is appropriate

Jon Odishaw on May 21, 2014


I never understood the crying over titles. How would a good or bad title have any effect on the movie?

rick on May 21, 2014


I agree. The movie could literally be called Batman vs. Superman: The Ultimate Shit Stain and it wouldn't affect the quality of the actual movie.

Blake on May 21, 2014


That is true. However the title lets you know what is this about. Is it just a MoS sequel or something else. And this title suggests it is not just a sequels if we can even call it that. Thematicaly it looses the connection with the first movie.

Armitall on May 21, 2014


I could live with that title.

Rock n Rollllll on May 21, 2014


I smell a disaster

Jameson Cyr on May 21, 2014


Did you shit yourself?

Rock n Rollllll on May 21, 2014


It's going to be successful financially, but critically it has the same risks as The Amazing Spiderman 2 took, too much setting up in a rushed manner.

Fidel Reyes on May 21, 2014


Gal is too skinny for Wonder Woman.

Jay Two on May 21, 2014


Couldn't they use something cheesier like Man of steel: Dark justice ;P It doesn't feel like a MoS sequel anymore, tho I don't know whether it is justice league already or a prequel or what?! They seem desparate, I agree.

Armitall on May 21, 2014


"Honestly, it feels a bit desperate." Honestly, just stop it. Ever since this massive project got off the ground you constantly injected cynicism and skepticism in your articles concerning the subject. I'm all for opinionated and subjective articles and news reports, that's why I love this site so much, but this isn't helping anyone. I say this with all due respect.

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 21, 2014


It is desperate and he's not wrong to say he feels that way. Maybe you're a DC fan over Marvel (maybe not) but this title along with the actions of WB and DC are desperate. Don't get your panties in a bunch because it's a movie you want to be good or you think DC is amazing. If you've seen enough movies and read enough comics you would recognize this for what it is.

BoiledPNutz on May 21, 2014


It's not desperate at all. To me it's the same thing as Captain America: The First Avenger. Was that title a desperate one? Of course not. It just gave you an idea of what's to come. And that's what Dawn of Justice does as well. I'm not a DC fan (I don't think they're "amazing") and I don't like DC more than Marvel, I don't even see the point in comparing them, for me they're all movies, and as a movie fan I'm looking forward to an epic blockbuster that has Batman and Superman in the same movie and that besides that, will set the ground for Justice League. As a movie fan that to me is golden.

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 22, 2014


I could be wrong , but wasn't the title of Cap's movie changed to "... The First Avenger " AFTER Avengers came out ? or at least a month or two before ? if not , then all this implies to me , is good planning by Marvel , as there was not a big hint of teaming all 4 up when CA:TFA came out

Dominic on May 22, 2014


The title Captain America: The First Avenger was announced after the success of Iron Man, back in 2008. So they were planning for The Avengers and let everyone know about it (there's nothing wrong with that), especially with those post-credit scenes where Nick Furry appeared and connected all the movies. So I don't see the problem with the title Dawn of Justice either, it's the same thing basically.

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 22, 2014


I loved those little hints and winks that prepared us to the big movie. But, I wasn't specially impressed by IM2, Thor, and Captain America. Specially, the last one, which half of the movie it's just an excuse to freeze the Captain until Avengers. Not pun intended.

capitandelespacio on May 22, 2014


IM2 was pretty bad, but I liked Thor and Captain America. I didn't think they were amazing but they were good action superhero movies.

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 22, 2014


The Fist Avenger was the title of the movie. A movie, by the way, that has no ending, just an excuse to wait 9 months to the Avengers movie. Remember Thor? The other Avenger's trailer? How to forget Iron Man 2 either.

capitandelespacio on May 22, 2014


DC and Warners method seems more practical than Marvel's. 10 movies leading to a single one seems excessive. One crucifixion moment can lead all the other JLA members to action.

Onechi on May 22, 2014


no not ten just 3-5 good ones which introduce the major players possibly separately , possibly pairs . How did they meet , become friends , and decide to kick ass across the galaxy ? THAT kind of stuff , before the BIG Movie ... because see, now they have to waste time in the Big Movie setting up chracter development and backstory plots . Avengers was cool beause the 4 major heroes had their back stories fleshed out already , Director/scripter could just concentrate on the confrontattion . - also allowing more time to flesh out minor characters , like ScarJo's and Renner's

Dominic on May 22, 2014


So funny, whatever creative decision Marvel makes, no one criticizes them, everyone adores them, DC makes some decision, everyone goes bat-shi* crazy...calm the.........

dawko on May 22, 2014



Isildur_of_Numenor on May 22, 2014


If this movie turns out really good (even kicking Avenger's butt) we are going to have to eat up all our criticism. I feel that sometimes we criticize in advance just to be right later on. It's easy that way. I don't like Ben Affleck, but, I love Snyder's direction, and, in Goyer, I trust. Aparently nobody was keen enough to notice that the title "Batman vs Superman" was a sign from the studio about them listening the good sense of the fans. The other working titles were pretty awful.

capitandelespacio on May 22, 2014


The way I see it is that a lot of people who love Marvel's cinematic universe don't even want to hear about DC, they already chose a side, whereas I don't think there needs to be two sides. For me they're all movies I'm looking forward to, be them from Marvel or DC. Batman v Superman is going to be a giant blockbuster, hopefully it will be great.

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 22, 2014


I'm not sure if it's a Marvel vs DC thing. Maybe it's more like "I want this movie to fail, so I can say i was right". Either way, it's just plain childish.

capitandelespacio on May 22, 2014


Well it's that too but too many people are hating on Batman v Superman to be just that. I don't remember that much negativity surrounding The Avengers, after everyone fell in love with it they already chose their side and did everything they could to cast negativity and hatred on DC's movies. That's not saying every fan of The Avengers is immediately a hater of DC, that's not the case at all, but there's a good portion who are that way.

Isildur_of_Numenor on May 22, 2014


This really does not change anything for me. I think it is still going to be a good movie that many people are going to see because of the hype around it. I know that part was probably not up for debate, but then again, we live with trolls these days so who knows. 🙂

Ron S on May 21, 2014


Horrible logo

Carlos Ortiz on May 21, 2014


Why does it feel desperate??? It makes perfect sense to me.

hi hello on May 21, 2014


It feels desperate because rather than set up the Superman world further Warner Bros is trying to jump directly into The Justice League to try to catch up to Marvel Studios. Plus putting "Dawn of Justice" as a subtitle is like if Marvel had made a movie after Iron Man & The Incredible Hulk called "Iron Man vs. Hulk: Road to Avenging" then put Captain America and Thor in there just so they wouldn't have to have their own films and jump straight to Avengers. Probably a bad example, but it feels like DC/WB are skipping a step, not that they need to have the same approach as Marvel but if it's called Batman v Superman, they should at least focus around those two characters rather than try to set up other properties because they don't want to take another risk like Green Lantern. Remember Marvel's Iron Man 2? It was set up for 2-3 extra characters and it wasn't the best movie ever, this movie is trying to set up so many more characters than just 2-3 which worries people since Man of Steel barely set up Superman independently. Not to mention the risky casting choices involved. Needless to say I hope this works out, I don't necessarily want the world to only be Marvel, with super powered beings the villains in DC, particularly Batman, can be treated a little more over the top, such as having Killer Croc among others who would not have fit in Chris Nolan's amazing vision.

Fidel Reyes on May 21, 2014


Not arguing, I appreciate both sides of the coin here. Just want to point out that Marvel did do the same thing with the title, Captain America - The First Avenger; which led into The Avengers. Although they had built a nice 5 movie foundation at this point. I agree with the being cautiously optimistic. It feels a little rushed, but I appreciate Zack Snyder's enthusiasm and appetite as far as tackling a very difficult and challenging project. There is so much potential in the group creating this new franchise. Would have liked another solo Supe's though. Either way, 5/6/16 couldn't get here any sooner 🙂 IMO.

James on May 21, 2014


I agree with your points. Although I have to point out that Captain America was simply named "The First Avenger" in certain cultures because you know, not all cultures love America or are interested in a hero who stands for it. I think they merely did that to be able to rename it in certain parts of the world and still keep parts of the title, but I do understand your point.

Fidel Reyes on May 22, 2014


My opinion means nothing. But I get how Marvel wanted to set up the heros as a slowly emerging bunch. Timeline wise, Thor was around forever, and then thanks to science and tecnology Cap was brought about. That same science and tech later down the road brought us Tony/Iron Man. About that same time we have Hulk arriving, not counting Barton and Romanoff, who while special are not "super". They basiclly structured their evolution over a few generations, with corresponding villains of course. The way DC seems to be setting up shop is more like a "big bang" vs. "evolution", as if all these heros suddenly came into existance all at once. Superman has grown from a child, about the same time Bruce Wayne has been growing and crafting his brand of justice, now Wonder Woman will also show up as well as (I think soon) Flash and whoever else. Not to say it's bad, it's obvioulsy trying to be different from Marvel in the way they want to bring all these heros/villians together in their universe. Different plans, but Marvel was able to learn from mistakes and growing pains with things like Daredevil and Elecktra and the like by gathering up as much of their own properties as possible and creating thier own production studio to craft their properties into some type of cohesiveness (an opinion, sure). They also made tons of cash by creating these origins and stand alones to feed into the bigger picture. I don't think DC wants to take the time and thus try to capitalize on the revenue of several stand alone films, they want to get right to the heart of the matter. MArvel treats their charicter movies as life sized comics to tie into one another. DC is simply taking the individual comic out of play and issuing the combinatioin story much sooner. I hope it works, I really do.

theslayer5150 on May 21, 2014


Respect your opinion; however i keep finding a lot of people arguing why DC is not tieing in movies like Marvel and why dont others get a individual movie first and blah blah blah. People have to realize that DC characters dont tie in as easily as Marvel does. Secondly, why does DC have to do things the exact same way as Marvel?! Just give it a chance and let the chips fall where they may. This is just the start of this whole new universe involving the Justice League. Its way too early to assume where this is going.

Rock n Rollllll on May 21, 2014


I agree with you, though I am optimistically cautious. I don't expect much so that if it turns out to be better than I thought I will be amazed and so that there will be a different approach to a superhero universe. I just feel like we barely got introduced to this Superman, and I would have liked to see another independent outing.

Fidel Reyes on May 21, 2014


True. But I understand where Zack is going with this too. Batman and Superman are two of the biggest DC heroes, he needs to introduce them both into a movie so it lays down the foundation for everything else. It sounds risky, yes, but just cant judge until after BvS is complete.

Rock n Rollllll on May 21, 2014


why do BOTH of them have to be in the same movie , to introduce OTHER characters ? why couldn't the plan have been to introduce 1 or 2 in each's solo movies THEN bring vetted chracters into a big movie ? This is what we mean about concentration on BIG movie events , to the detriment of character development in introduction stories it's just another strategy yes , but it's obviously not as successful as the competing strategy of Marvel . and Again , it means taking time in this movie FOR character development , away from potential action scenes .

Dominic on May 22, 2014


I'm not well versed in JLA characters , but one or two of the space-traveling ( need no ship ) JLA members could have met Supes . Then , because they needed to be on Earth for some reason , they meet Bats . Then those JLAers bring the rest, to combat some universal menace . That's threatening Earth 1st , of course ..

Dominic on May 22, 2014


I think my judgement might be partly due to my doubt in Snyder, he usually goes for more spectacle;but hey I could be wrong, either way I'm hoping he delivers something good, would be fun to have two different brands/entities like in the comics. Actually there are now about 5 universes. Marvel Cinematic Univers, X-Men Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man Universe, Fantastic Four Universe(?), and The new DCU

Fidel Reyes on May 22, 2014


I was merely giving a comparison as to how they are differing. I was not implying the Marvel way is better. Just pointing out how I see the two comic franchises are shaping up comparatively. Like I stated before I hope this new movie works and works well. Not everything marvel did was perfection, they simply have more experience and trial and error to work with where DC doesn't. Hopefully that doesn't hinder these projects and turn them into a rush job of "throwing everything we have at the wall and see what happens". I want it to succeed regardless of how it's done.

theslayer5150 on May 21, 2014


Oh i see. Then i am on board with you, sir.

Rock n Rollllll on May 22, 2014


DC should be doing more like Marvel because then it'd make more money ! . If memeory serves the breakdown posted here was that the big pictures from both do about the same , but Marvel's smaller pictures were more numerous and made enough money to turn a profit . In other words, Marvel's volume beats DC's " specials " . THEN these great team-up movies are possible . " Guaridans .. " will suffer a bit from this as the characters have to be introduced to a worldwide audience , movie needs more pubbing ... 3 corps putting out Marvel films DC is stuck with one .. AND has been slow in competing on Marvel's turf . too much Supes/Bats focus ..

Dominic on May 22, 2014


No, they really shouldnt! Marvel's track record is not that great. Sorry just read your first sentence so im respnding to that only. Whatever you had to say after that is usually the same stuff you always say which is praising Marvel as if they're gods. Pfff!

Rock n Rollllll on May 22, 2014


Give this man more upvotes I say! Hear, Hear

Mr Sinister on May 22, 2014


why not read the whole post before you respond-rant ? and NO I'm not just licking Marvel's butt - Alex and Ethan can step in here and give you the link to the story ( maybe a year old now ) that I quote . the POINT is that even IF Marvel's track record is not great to you , DC is WORSE because of their Supes/Bats concentration strategy , and not as profitable so they aren't "Gods" , but They Do have a more successful business plan

Dominic on May 22, 2014


I can't wait for Birdman to come out.

TheOct8pus on May 21, 2014


Well, Birdman, I think, was from Hanna Barbera, now property of Carton Network, Time Warner / DC? I smell crossover.

capitandelespacio on May 22, 2014


Maybe we can stop arguing and wait until the film is out in cinemas

BeRt on May 21, 2014


I do not mind the DC approach, in fact, I think it could really work well for them. I did not have any significant problems with MAN OF STEEL, and was always irked by fans nitpicking it apart until there was nothing left but skin and bones.

DAVIDPD on May 21, 2014


Just make it happen and make it well. I'll decide subjectively if I think it's garbage after I watch it. Until then, I look forward to the first trailer.

Quanah on May 21, 2014


The official title in my circle has become Affleck vs. Superman.

avconsumer2 on May 22, 2014


I just want to see Bats and Superman ACTUALLY fight! Don't put "vs" and just have a minor altercation for about a minute and team up. Give us "Oh sh*t, did that just happen" moments.

mooreworthy on May 22, 2014


Everyone's a fucking idiot.

ali3000 on May 22, 2014


"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice".....Really? I can think of four letters that express my true appreciation for this newly revealed title: L. A. M. E. If this is suppose to be a sequel to "Man of Steel", how come Batman gets first billing?

editboy on May 22, 2014

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