Latest 'Dawn of Justice' TV Spot Focuses on 'Batman v Superman' Fight

December 24, 2015
Source: YouTube

Batman v Superman

"Stay down! If I wanted it, you'd be dead already." Warner Bros in Japan has released a new 30-second TV spot for the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which the announcer just calls "Batman v Superman". It features mostly footage we've seen before, but no shots or mention of Wonder Woman at all, almost entirely footage of Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) fighting, and yelling at each other. This is definitely their marketing angle for Japan, whereas in the US it seems to be more about the "Dawn of Justice" side, and all the heroes we're going to meet. I'm still looking forward to seeing this.

The new international TV spot for Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, on YouTube:

Watch the latest full-length trailer for Dawn of Justice here, teasing Doomsday and more Wonder Woman.

Zack Snyder's sequel Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in the DC Comics Universe 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 more 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. Jason Momoa will also appear as Aquaman and there have been rumblings of Ray Fisher as Cyborg. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters next spring, March 25th, 2016. For more info on the film, visit the official website at: batmanvsupermandawnofjustice.com. Supes or Batman?

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so cool in japanese!!!

kitano0 on Dec 24, 2015


For a long time this was at the top of my hype list ahead of Star Wars. But after being absolutely floored by how awesome Star Wars was I'm a little more skeptical.

Jon Odishaw on Dec 24, 2015


How many times have you seen THE FORCE AWAKENS? I have heard conflicting reports of it getting better or worse with repeat viewings.

DAVIDPD on Dec 24, 2015


I've only seen it once. I'm going to wait a few weeks and then see it again in IMAX(only saw it in AVX) upon reflection I am let down by the plot a little and some other stuff that doesn't make sense...yet. But I wasn't bummed out by any flaws as a result of the aforementioned "flooring." I was simply too immersed the experience at the time.

Jon Odishaw on Dec 24, 2015


I did see it in imax and i found it disapointing.I max is totally unneccary and there where only 2 scenes where 3D has a effect. But i liked star wars and yes somethings where totally nonsens,like Rey flying away with the falcon. Mad max,the martian and sicario where better movies. By the way watch the revenant in the cinema,it's awesome and the best of 2016...

ari smulders on Dec 24, 2015


I've seen it 4 times, and it gets better every time. Still love it.

Alex Billington on Dec 24, 2015


I will never watch a trailer again from this movie! From 2014 until now we get teaser after teaser ,trailer after trailer. The whole movie looks like a mess with last minute additions to create a universe of movies. I will wait until two weeks after it comes out, and than i check Rotten tomatoes for the final verdict. ps I truly hope it's good,love batman...

ari smulders on Dec 24, 2015


No going to watch anything more (including this) for this movie. I'm starting to feel a bit fed up with this. I'm seriously thinking to skip this until 2017.

capitandelespacio on Dec 24, 2015


It still looks good to me. I don't really care about spoilers on a popcorn flick like this, so I will try to keep up with the deluge of news that will surely begin to ramp. I do like that the Japanese have to say "V S".

DAVIDPD on Dec 24, 2015

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