New Extended TV Spot For ‘Batman v Superman’ Released

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Yet another international TV spot for Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has been released, and it is packed with a lot of brand new footage from the upcoming movie, which finally hits theaters next week.

The extended TV spot features snippets of new footage of Wonder Woman, Batman and Superman in action, plus another look at the highly anticipated showdown. There’s also a glimpse of Lex Luthor, a few explosive shots of the Batmobile and much more.

Check out the TV spot right below.


We also have the following image of an absolutely stunning painting of the Trinity which was showcased in China during the global press tour for the movie. Unfortunately, we don’t have a Hi-Res version yet, but we’ll make sure to let you know as soon as one becomes available. For now, feast your eyes on the image below.

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Fearing the actions of a god-like super hero left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis’s most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ever known before.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opens in theaters on March 25, 2016.

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.

  • Joshua Sorrels

    why does batman have a machine gun?

    • ScottyB608

      It looks like the gun he has strapped to his back in the scene with the Omega symbol in the desert.

      • stlang

        Omega symbol? where?

        • ScottyB608

          In the trailer (and there is also a still photo of it out there) it shows batman in the desert and an omega symbol on the ground in front of him. He has a trench coat on and a machine gun strapped to his back. Most people believe it to be a nightmare scene.

        • ScottyB608

          At about 19 seconds into the video in this article.

  • ScottyB608

    Fight night

  • Carl

    Ok now that is a real gun with bullets, what’s Batman doing with that?

    Also does he really say “Fight night”? It sounds really awkward.

    • dschmk

      It’s the knightmare scene. In that scene he kills because who/whatever dream/vision it is the world is at its worst. It’s gotten to the point where Superman has an army that conquered earth, with maybe darksied, and Batman has a small group that fights with him.

      • breakerbaker

        I don’t think there’s any indication that it’s from the “Knight Mare” scene. Bats isn’t wearing the trench coat or anything. The giant machine gun is kind of weird, but whatever. I just don’t think it’s a very professional looking image.

        • SAMURAI36

          Seeing as how much of BVS (especially the Batman aspects) were taken from TDKR, and Batman carried/used guns in that story, it’s not out of place here.

          • breakerbaker

            Isn’t that the same book where he breaks a long gun in his bare hands and calls it the weapon of the enemy?

          • SAMURAI36

            Yes, but I’m pretty sure that happened at the end of the story. He was using it in the beginning.

        • dschmk

          I misspoke. I wasn’t referring to the right image. That is concept art for the film. It doesn’t mean much. There is concept art of the fight that has a suit similar to Bales. I think this is a generic gun that they made into the grenade launcher in the end fight.

      • Carl

        It’s hard to believe that this is an official BvS image at all. It really can’t be the nightmare scene because they are all standing together and Batman has his normal costume. It looks more like them standing over rubble in the Doomsday scene.

  • breakerbaker

    This is probably the best image they’ve released by this artist (just from a drawing perspective, it’s a lot better than the JL images), but the brown, smoky aesthetic seems designed to mask a very rushed image. I don’t understand why this is the best they can do for this kind of thing.