Batman vs Superman Trailer: Leaked Videos Taken Down; Fan-Made Video ‘Very Close’ to Comic-Con One

The Batman vs Superman trailer shown at the San Diego Comic-Con has been uploaded to YouTube multiple times but quickly taken down.

The leaked versions didn’t stand a chance because Warner Bros expressly asked people at the panel to turn cameras off.

However, YouTube user CheapTheaterFilmCo has recreated the Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice Comic-Con Trailer with action figures.

“Having seen both, the fan-made version is very, very close to what was shown at Comic-Con,” according to Comic Book.

A description of the trailer has also come out.

Slashfilm was at Comic-Con and described the trailer: 

“Glowing eyes, very mechanical, it’s pouring rain He pulls down a lever on something and we realize it’s the Bat Signal. It has the new Batman logo (reminiscent of the one from Miller’s comic). The camera slowly pans up to reveal the signal projected in the air but right in the middle of it: Superman. He’s illuminated in the sky amongst the pouring rain with his red glowing eyes. Cut back to Batman, staring right back at Superman with his blue glowing eyes and we cut to the logo.”

The film, which brings together Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) on-screen for the first time, is set to hit theaters on May 6, 2016. Zack Snyder, who directed Man of Steel, is directing the movie. Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne, and Jeremy Irons are among the other stars.



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