The tension has heightened. After Marvel released the first teaser trailer of 2015’s most anticipated superhero film, “Avengers: Age of Ultron“, Warner Bros is now rumoured to also reveal their first teaser trailer for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” soon!
The full description is as follows:
It starts with thunder and rain, as a hand pulls a tarp off of something… it’s Ben Affleck’s Batman on a Gotham City rooftop, and he’s in the full bat-armor from Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. His eyes are glowing white, and we see that what he’s pulled that tarp off of is the bat-signal. He turns the signal on and the famed bat symbol fills the sky… but then we see it’s aimed at something. At a man floating in the sky. A super-man! Cut to a close-up of Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel as his eyes start to glow with heat vision. Cut back to Batman whose eyes are still glowing white. It’s the stare down of all stare downs! Cut to the title screen: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
However, it was reported that the studio has no plan of releasing it to the public yet. The rumour regarding the first teaser trailer of Zack Snyder’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” originated from a report by the insiders of a Batman fansite, Batman-On-Film.
The insiders revealed that the first teaser trailer for the film has been completed and could be attached to an unknown film that will be released by year end. While it’s not verified, they suggested that the teaser could be attached to New Line’s (Warner Bros.’ sister company) “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies”, a film that will be released on 17th Dec 2014. They also made it clear that the teaser trailer will be heavily focused on the Caped Crusader instead of the Man of Steel.
2016 is still pretty far away and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” is still under development. So, we must say, it is highly unlikely that Warner Bros will release the full trailer for the film this year, unless they are keeping some surprises for us.
Perhaps the main trailer will be unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con next year? What do you think?