Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice Teaser Posters Showcase Epic Face Off

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is still just a little under a year away, but talk about this movie is everywhere right now after the first official teaser trailer for the game was revealed late last week, following a leak online. In typical Zack Snyder fashion, he used his Twitter account to give us something even more from the movie.


To coincide with the very limited showing of somewhat extended version of the teaser trailer on IMAX screens later today, which was supposed to be the first showing of the trailer period before the leak, Snyder revealed two awesome posters that will be given away to people at the showings.

Both of which can be seen on the right, the two posters tease Batman and Superman respectively, with the logo of the other covering their face in an almost graffiti style that we saw used with the Joker on The Dark Knight posters. Even though it’s only the chin, this is about the best shot we’ve had of Ben Affleck in the cowl itself. Personally, he looks about as Batman here as it can get to me.


The Superman poster is rather cool as well, which creepily shows how much Henry Cavill can look like Smallville’s Tom Welling when just looking at their jawlines. Also, Superman’s hair here looks more like his Man of Steel look than that of what we’ve seen in the previous promo images for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. There is nothing wrong with this one, but it’s hard to compare to the Batman one since we had plenty of promo images of Cavill in the suit for Man of Steel already.

Make sure to check out the new teaser trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice at your local IMAX later today if they happen to be screening it for a chance at these posters. Snyder is teasing new content within these trailers to make them worth going to IMAX over watching it online, but nobody will know just what that extra content is until later today.

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