The trailers for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice may have already revealed a lot about the movie, even if director Zack Snyder insists that there is still a lot that have not been shown. However, Conan O'Brien believes that it is time to unleash more scenes, most notably what happens after Batman (Ben Affleck) asks Superman (Henry Cavill), "Do you bleed?"
O'Brien decided to share the footage from BvS on Conan, explaining that fans are waiting for the film because it is "the first time that Batman and Superman will appear in the same movie." This is when he announced that he is showing the beginning of the DC flick, when the two superheroes first encounter each other.
The video shows that Superman had actually responded to Batman's "bleed" taunt by fixing the Caped Crusader with his heat vision and melting him before flying away. And then, the film ends.
Posted by Conan O'Brien Presents: Team Coco on Thursday, March 10, 2016
All kidding aside, BvS is confirmed to have a longer running time that will involve more action and other superheroes.
O'Brien's footage might show Superman getting rid of Batman without much effort, but the new international trailer reveals that the Dark Knight isn't too easy to dispatch. The trailer features new footage which includes more shots of Amy Adams' Lois Lane as well as Gal Gadot's Diana Prince. However, the most amazing new scene shows what happens after Batman blocks Superman's punch in the final trailer.
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Posted by Warner Bros. Pictures on Sunday, March 13, 2016
After Superman's blow is easily fended off by Batffleck, the Caped Crusader counters the attack by head-butting the Kryptonian and making his head snap back. It's a jaw-dropping shot that might actually prove that Superman can actually bleed.
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