‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Trailer Leaked Online Showing The Flash and Aquaman

By DV Pre | 2 years ago
‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Trailer Leaked Online Showing The Flash and Aquaman

The “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” trailer has been leaked online way ahead of its release date. Keep on reading to know the latest spoilers on the much awaited film of the year.

According to IB Times UK, the trailer for the “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” has been leaked online on 4chan. It was immediately flagged down but not until a few lucky netizens were able to get a glimpse of the action packed film. Reports said that other members of the Justice League, including Aquaman, made an appearance in the short clip. One user revealed that only Aquaman was in costume during the trailer, while Flash and Cyborg were both wearing “civilian clothes.”


Spoilers from Realty Today reported that the leaked teaser shows Batman and Superman in a mission to “find out the truth” on whether heroes are actually there to save or destroy the world.

There were mixed reactions on Gal Gadot being cast as Wonder Woman. A website claimed that fans of the DC Comics were worried if Gadot was the best fit for the role, given her slim figure. Some even went far to say that the actress was “too skinny” to be Wonder Woman.” According to Inquistr, some suggest that former MMA fighter Gina Carano was more suited for the role as she had a more muscular physique.

The Warner Bros and DC production were quick to address the fans complaints saying that the Israeli actress has been under a rigorous training program. However, 15 months after the statement, it seemed like some fans still had reservations especially after seeing this photos, shared by Comic Book Movie.

The “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” movie is set to hit theatres by May 2016. Meanwhile the solo “Wonder Woman” will be out by July 2017.

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