“Batman v Superman” Trailer Attached to “Hobbit”; Set Photos Emerge

by Justin Cook 

One of the most anticipated movies of 2016, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, will most likely have its first official teaser trailer attached to The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. IMAX tweeted out the news, but quickly deleted the tweet soon after.

Ever since footage of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was released at San Diego Comic Con, fans have been wondering when we would finally get to see some official footage from the film, and it seems like it will be coming very soon.

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, which will be released on December 17th, will already be a huge movie at the box office, it being the final installment of The Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit franchise, but if the trailer is attached to the movie it will certainly entice more fans to go see it.

The length of the trailer and the amount of footage we will get to see in the trailer is still unknown, as DC is keeping it under wraps.

On top of the trailer news, many set photos have recently emerged from the upcoming movie, which give us a pretty good idea of what we may possibly see in Dawn of Justice.

Beware: minor spoilers ahead.

The set pictures reveal that we may get to see the iconic scene of Bruce Wayne visiting his parents’ grave in the film. The pictures captured from Orion Oaks County Park in Michigan show the film’s crew building a cemetery with tombstones from members of the Wayne family. Also, the scene may very well be a flashback to when Bruce Wayne was a child, as it is important to note that a hearse and vintage cars were captured in the photo as well.

This may very well also be a present day scene of an adult Bruce Wayne visiting the graves of his parents. This is something he does many times throughout the comics.

It is certainly interesting seeing Batman v Superman beginning the come together little by little.

Sources: IMAX (Twitter) and Moviepilot

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