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BATMAN V SUPERMAN (2016): Trailer for Home Release Reveals Extra Scenes

Batman v Superman Ultimate Edition Trailer

Extra Scenes Revealed in Trailer for Batman v Superman Ultimate Cut. Some new footage surfaced from the trailer for the Ultimate Cut of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which revealed some scenes not shown in theaters including a surprise appearance by a familiar character?

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released the first trailer on YouTube for the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition and was filled with new footage not shown in the theatrical release. With a total of 182 minutes in this Ultimate Cut and Rated R, fans can finally own a copy when the Digital HD version comes out on June 28th or wait until the Blu-ray soon after.

There were tons of great stuff that were shown in the trailer, including our first at Jena Malone’s character who has a brief chat with Lois Lane. Although she was cut from the film, she does seem to have played a part for the epic superhero flick. She has similarities with Oracle with the signature glasses but her hair doesn’t match Barbara Gordon so we still don’t know who she plays.

Despite that, the Ultimate Cut is coming out as something fans may actually enjoy after watching the trailer. Check out the trailer and let us know what you think. Are you guys excited for the Ultimate Cut of Batman v Superman?

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