This movie is loosely based off the graphic novel "The Dark Knight Returns" by Frank Miller. In the graphic novel, Batman breaks the Joker's neck, but doesn't kill him. The Green Arrow also plays a role in the novel by helping Batman in his fight with Superman. The Green Arrow, however, only has one arm because of a previous fight with Superman.
There was massive fan speculation that Dan Amboyer would be portraying Hal Jordan in the build up to the film. Amboyer's own Website put this to rest when it was revealed he would be playing 'Lt. Christie'.
In the final trailer, Batman was shown to have a fighting style that is more acrobatic and aggressive. It can be compared to the fighting of the Batman: Arkham games, and to how he would fight inthe comics.
Doomsday in this version is based on his origin in the comics (a Kryptonian being experimented on to be a biological weapon), and incorporates elements from the Batman villain Solomon Grundy (an undead villain brought back to life).
Lauren Cohen and Jeffrey Dean Morgan star as Martha and Thomas Wayne in Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice. They are also working together in The Walking Dead, as Maggie Green and Negan respectively.
Ben Affleck gained an additional 20lbs of muscle and reached 8% body fat for his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman.
Has a budget of $410 million US dollars.
Both batsuits and the bat-mobile appear as DLCs in Batman:Arkham Knight. Christian Bale's batsuit and bat-mobile appear as well.
In a scene with Lois lane and Lex Luthor, Lex quotes Lolita, which actor Jeremy irons who plays Alfred in the movie, starred in
The Football scenes that Zack Snyder filmed when he began principal photography ended up in the background in a Daily Planet scene.
Jason Momoa confirmed that his contract for DC was a four-picture deal.
The Waynes are seen walking out of a movie theater, a poster of "the Mark of Zorro" is seen on the theater wall. Though, not exclusive to all origin stories, most cannon Batman Origin stories have the Waynes leaving the film "the Mark of Zorro". This trend was originally set in reference to the fact that Batman was largely based on the character of Zorro.
Chris Pine appears with Wonder Woman in a photograph dated in 1918.
First live action film that includes Batman to not be released in the summer.
The actor portraying the seventh JLA member was unknown when this film was released.
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