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Watch a BATMAN V SUPERMAN Supercut Trailer

We are now just a month and some change away from the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. By now, you’ve probably seen all of the trailers, the final one of which was released just a few weeks back. Now a superfan going by the name of M1llion on YouTube has edited together not only all of the trailers shown thus far, but also all of the TV commercials for BvS as well, and compiled them into a chronological order supercut. So if you need to put yourself in the mood for Zack Snyder‘s upcoming epic comic book slugfest, then this trailer, which you can view above, should do the trick.

The end result of the chronological supercut is a nine minute and forty-five second mini-version of the movie, although it’s fair to say there are still some major things missing from all the footage we’ve seen so far. We’ve only still seen a tiny bit of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in action after all, and still no signs anywhere of Jason Momoa as Aquaman, much less Cyborg or Flash.

The movie is said to have a two and half hour running time, so there are still plenty of surprises that Warner Bros and Snyder could still have up their sleeve for the audience. There may very well be more to this movie than just “Batman and Superman fight/Batman and Superman make-up/Batman and Superman meet Wonder Woman and fight Doomsday.”

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons hits theaters on March 25.

What do you think of this supercut trailer? Does it have you even more pumped to see the actual movie when it finally hits? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

HT: M1llion via Comic Book

IMAGE: Warner Brothers

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