I have a current passion for human potential and that is resulting in me looking for the details of what actors are hired to say in their lines in a movie, and this batman v superman is no exception. When the movie’s director Zack Snyder he tweeted a link to the teaser for next year’s upcoming movie I instantly entered to see it, and it was more awesome than the previous one. What awoken me the most was to see a giant statue of superman, with the sign saying; false god and Lex Luthor’s voice; we know better now, devil’s don’t come from hell beneath us, they come from the sky. Man of steel is questioned what he should do instead of what people are focused on, that what he can do.
In the trailer we see Batman gets awaken anger and envy, or close to it, and I believe it is his butler Jeremy Irons who speak so well that I am amused by it. “That’s how it starts; the fever, the rage, that turns good men. Cruel”. I mean just the way he says it, put my anticipation up. the trailer is focused on Bruce Wayne’s look and we assume he is looking at his bat-costume, the dark knight. That focused desire for expressing the envy, the rage, the anger. On the other hand, the solution is wanted and I think he searches for that in the long run.
As the trailer shows only Bruce Wayne and not Batman and Superman and the sign, “a false God” we are believed that someone accuses Man of Steel as being the false one, so where my curiosity is since we see they are facing each other psychologically, what is your opinion? And I mean back before our millennium changed in number, we often saw both Batman and Superman as only good guys, but what if one of them has turned bad?