Wonder Woman debuts in the new Batman v Superman trailer

While Superman and Batman have a go at each other, there is another superhero both need to contend with


Entertainment Desk July 12, 2015
While Superman and Batman have a go at each other there is another superhero both need to contend with.

A new extended trailer of the most awaited Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice debuted at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, and it is full of dark surprises.



Th opens with Superman (Henry Cavill) testifying before Congress about the Battle of Metropolis, an event that has not made the Man of Steel very popular with humanity, the battle in which Superman annihilated one of Bruce Wayne’s buildings as he fought General Zod.



And it appears that Bruce Wayne’s family was killed in the catastrophe for Wayne received a taunting message scribbled in the much familiar fonts. But who could be the sender? Perhaps, The Joker?



The trailer also suggests that Batman v Superman will incorporate at least part of the classic DC Comics story in which Jason Todd — aka the second Robin is killed. The demise that sent Batman into retirement, but if so, the Battle of Metropolis pushed Wayne to get back into Dark Knight shape.

Watching the trailer it is clear that Superman is not pleased with Batman’s brand of brutal vigilantism. While Superman and Batman have a go at each other, there is another superhero both need to contend with. Yes, Wonder Woman.



Gal Godat as Wonderwoman made debut in the new Batman V Superman trailer after a breakout role in Fast & Furious. The actress is also former Miss Israel.



We also see Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, the super villain who speaks about ‘red capes with sinister eccentricity.



With strong cast and characters the movie is anxiously awaited by the fans who are not sure if Batman and Superman would be able to keep aside their differences and save the world together.

We will find that out soon for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opens on March 25, 2016.

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