‘Dawn of Justice’ is the Subtitle for ‘Batman vs. Superman’


DC Comics has announced the Subtitle for ‘Batman vs. Superman’ and released the movie’s official logo! The full title will be ‘Batman vs. Superman Dawn of Justice’ and production has officially begun. This is what IGN.com is saying about the movie:

"Principal photography began today on the highly anticipated movie, which Man of Steel’s Zack Snyder is directing. Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck star as Clark Kent/Superman and Bruce Wayne/Batman, respectively. According to a studio press release, Gal Gadot also stars as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, while Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne, and Diane Lane return from Man of Steel. Warners also confirms that Jesse Eisenberg will play Lex Luthor, Jeremy Irons is Alfred, and Holly Hunter is taking up “a role newly created for the film.”"

Read the full article, written by Scott Collura, here. Everyone is already talking about this new development and coming to the conclusion that ‘Dawn of Justice’ refers to the formation of the Justice League. I like the logo, its just a bit more refined than the logo we have been using when talking about this movie. I like that the Superman symbol looks like it has been carved into the Batsymbol. Yes some people are going to make fun of the subtitle ‘Dawn of Justice’ but it’s their right to voice their opinions; I think its a perfectly decent title that gets its point across, because I have to agree that it refers to the formation of the Justice League. Keep up with Caped Crusades for all ‘Dawn of Justice’ news and all your Batman needs!

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