‘Flash’ Cameo in ‘Batman v Superman’ Is Not What You Think


Batman v Superman hits the big screen March 25, and the mysterious R-rated cut will arrive several months later. Well, to put it simply, you’re wrong!

All this obsessive speculating on who Jena Malone’s character would be in Batman v Superman: is she Carrie Kelly AKA Robin?
Not only will you get to walk the red carpet, and rub shoulders with the stars, but you’ll also be one of the first to watch “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”.
Snyder reveals some interesting details about the “R-Rated” director’s cut of the film which will be released on Bluray as the “Ultimate Cut” later this year. Instead, he said the extended run-time (which will be made available alongside the PG-13 theatrical cut) essentially features some additional “intensity” that would’ve pushed the original version over the ratings threshold. The primary question of how the DC hero will factor into the film remains to be seen. It turns out her appearance has been cut entirely from the theatrical release; Snyder doesn’t explain why, though he does say that, generally, he was trying to keep the movie tight. I don’t think you can beat that. The movie will focus on the rivalry between the superhero of Metropolis, Superman and the vigilante Dark Knight of Gotham, Batman. Well, it could be, but director Zack Snyder and Ben Affleck don’t see it that way. But I felt like it’s at a manageable two-and-a-half hours. “I think nowadays because we have so many means of distribution and ways that we can do different things, it’s the creative solution to a creative challenge”.
Superman and Batman are both part of the DC Comics franchise, with the Marvel brand its rival, boasting characters such as Spiderman, Iron Man and Thor.