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'Batman vs Superman' first footage revealed (view pics)

SAN DIEGO: Batman and Superman engaged in an epic staring contest at Comic-Con, the international pop-culture convention in San Diego.The first footage from the Warner Bros. superhero mash-up “ Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”

India TV News Desk [ Updated: July 29, 2014 17:43 IST ]
batman vs superman first footage revealed view pics
batman vs superman first footage revealed view pics

SAN DIEGO: Batman and Superman engaged in an epic staring contest at Comic-Con, the international pop-culture convention in San Diego.


The first footage from the Warner Bros. superhero mash-up “ Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” was unmasked Saturday.

“It's a little teaser,” director Zack Snyder told a crowd of 6,500 inside the San Diego Convention Center. “It's a teeny little thing.”

The moody, dimly lit footage began with a heavily armored Batman pulling off a tarp and turning on the Bat Signal on a rainy rooftop. With glowing eyes, the bulky Batman looked up to the sky to see a steely Superman – his heat vision just beginning to flare up – hovering within the light and looking down at the Dark Knight.



That was it.

“I couldn't be happier with the way everything is going,” said Snyder, who said he came straight to San Diego from the set of the DC Comics adaptation. “Talent, sets, special effects – it's going amazingly well.”

After the teaser, Snyder brought Batman and Superman actors Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill on stage, along with Gal Gadot, who will portray Wonder Woman in the film. On behemoth screens surrounding the audience, an image of Gadot in costume – complete with thigh-high boots and a sword in hand – was broadcast for the first time.



The actors stayed mum during their brief appearance, which drew roars from the crowd inside Hall H, the biggest venue at the San Diego Convention Center.

“ Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” which was first announced at last year's Comic-Con, is set for release May 6, 2016.

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