After the release of Zack Snyder’s 21 second first trailer for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” a new trailer for the movie was leaked on the internet.
The grainy footage that hit Twitter and YouTube looked a lot like the one Snyder unveiled during the 2014 Comic-Con.
It showed Batman (Ben Affleck) in an armor suit looking at Superman (Henry Cavill) during heavy downpour.
But in this leaked “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” trailer, there is actual dialogue.
Because of the poor quality of the clip, what Batman says is called by fans to be practically inaudible, but what he says is this bit of dialogue: “Tell me, do you bleed? You will…” The user who posted the video also uploaded a movie still allegedly from “Batman v Superman,” in which crowds are seen pointing up where Superman is looking down at them.
Not long after the leaked trailer was posted, they were taken down from both Youtube and Twitter.
Apparently, they were blocked by Warner Bros.
Fortunately, the teaser trailer that director Zack Snyder himself posted is still there, as well as the link that fans could click in order to have a chance at scoring a special invite to the official trailer screening on IMAX.
The posted “Batman v Superman” trailer is 21 seconds long, and the actors who are playing Batman and Superman, Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill, do not appear in the clip.
Instead what is featured are the brand new costumes that the two superheroes will be dressed in.
The latest trailer and even the unofficial leaked one are the latest promotional releases that has come out for the film that superhero fans have been waiting for.
Previously, “Batman v Superman” stills surfaced, which included first looks at Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Lex Luthor, and the new Batmobile.