Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is the first live-action film to feature Batman and Superman together, as well as the first live-action cinematic portrayal of Wonder Woman. In the film, criminal mastermind Lex Luthor manipulates Batman into a preemptive battle with Superman, whom Luthor is obsessed with. Snyder stated that the film would take inspiration from the Batman comic book series The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller but clarified that it would follow an original premise. The incarnation of Batman in the film is different from the character's previous portrayal in The Dark Knight Trilogy , serving as a cinematic reboot of the character. The film is also inspired by narrative elements from the " Death of Superman ".
The series was published from October to May It was to explore the budding relationship between Superman and Wonder Woman , the DC Universe 's most powerful heroes. That concept has been around for a long time. It was addressed in Kingdom Come , the great Mark Waid book. Most recently, in Justice League 12 October , they had the kiss heard 'round the world They're arguably two of the most powerful beings in the whole DC Universe and they're romantic together so just imagine the adventures and excitement that can come from that. There are maybe people on the planet that can fly, and two of them are Wonder Woman and Superman.
Why The ‘Wonder Woman’ Photo In ‘Batman v Superman’ Became A Huge Pain In The Ass
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That picture was important because Diana was worried that it was going to expose her. That picture turned into quite a mess when it came to shooting the rest of the movie. In an interview with Yahoo Movies Ewen Brenner , who plays Charlie, revealed that the picture was the first thing they shot when Wonder Woman began production in November of So by the time we came around to filming that scene, probably around five months later, the sets were much more developed. So we had to find a way to recreate the exact same image after half a year had gone by.