Don’t watch this trailer if you want to leave some important plot points for the day you see it. If you don’t care about shit like that, and you are going to see the movie 5 times in theaters anyway, then go ahead and watch.
Let’s talk…I’m not even going to touch on the obvious here – Doomsday, General Zod’s body, Wonder woman? Not here for that, let’s talk about Lex Luthor. Being a child of superman TV shows and comics I know Lex Luthor as being this massive dude with an equally massive brain (please leave out Kevin Spacey in this conversation, that movie didn’t happen). Here I see this scrawny, spaghetti haired (probably a wig) dude/kid who gives off a serious wildcard vibe. I LOVE it. I cannot wait to see this movie. What are your thoughts?
Read the entire theory RIGHT HERE.
Fan theories are exactly that, theories. But when one like this comes across my desk, I get excited. This may be the most sound fan theory for Batman v Superman out there. Read the entire piece, here.
You know what must not feel good? Dropping 30 feet out of the air and landing on your back. It must hurt so much. I wouldn’t be surprised if he was still laying there in the dirt, I would be. I actually would just dig a shallow grave next to me and roll into it.
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A cheese pizza knight…
Harmless water fight to you and me, right? Wrong. Look at the table. Covered in full-sized pies. Not only are people going to get wet, but the food will be ruined! Nobody likes a soggy slice of pie. Enter our crusty, cheesey savior. She immediately steps into action throwing her own safety to the wind and grabbing as she can carry. Thanks to her when the great water fight of 2014 comes to a stop, slices will be waiting for everyone. She is the hero those people deserve, but not the one it needs right now. She’s a silent guardian. A watchful protector. A cheese pizza knight.
— Mirror TV (@MirrorTV) May 14, 2014
I kinda dig this Batman suit. Any Batman coming out in 2015 has almost unreachable expecations to live up to, and it all starts with the suit. The body of the suit is much bigger than Christian Bale’s Batman, with enormous arms and even a toned six pack. I think Snyder is trying to make his version of Batman as human as possible, since Batman is probably the most human superhero, at least out of the ones made into movie franchises. Christopher Nolan turned Batman into such a complex character, one with many internal struggles, and it looks like Snyder is following in those footsteps. Batman is pictured in dark lighting, with his head down, clearly not in his happy place. Smoke bellows in the background, possibly from the Batmobile, but its clear that wherever Batman is will soon be cloaked in chaos. My favorite part of the Batman suit is the cap, which seems like a clear ode to the original Batman TV series played by Adam West. It’s nice to see Snyder tip his own cap to some of the retro Batman’s, and it’ll be interesting to see what personal touches he puts on the character and the movie.