We’re only a little over a month away from the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which is one of the most anticipated movies in recent years. As you may have guessed from its title, it will feature the Caped Crusader going head-to-head with the Man of Steel, but it will also introduce us to some of the other members of the Justice League such as Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash. However, due to the amount of supporting characters who are set to appear in the movie, many fans are concerned that they could somehow steal the spotlight from the titular heroes.
Director Zack Snyder took some time off his busy schedule to promote the final Clash the Superbowl contest in an interview with the Hall of Justice podcast, where he reassured that the rest of the superheroes who will be making an appearance in the movie will only have minor roles, apart from Wonder Woman who will eventually bring Batman and Superman together in order to take down Doomsday.
He then went on to reveal that they’re currently deep into post-production on the movie and that it should be finished fairly soon. In the meantime, the studio is already in early stages of pre-production on Justice League, which should begin filming later this year in London.
While some people tend to criticize Man of Steel for its third act, there are others who aren’t fond of Superman’s portrayal in the movie, primarily because of how different he is compared to previous incarnations. The director had the following to say about those who didn’t like his version of the character:
For more comments from the director , you can check out the full episode below.