'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice'
A poster of 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice." Facebook/ Batman v. Superman: Dan of Justice

A new set of pictures from “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” have surfaced online. The pictures are from the latest issue of Empire magazine and they show some of the scenes from the movie.

The pictures posted on Batman-News show Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) visiting the tomb of the Wayne family. Bruce can be seen visiting the tomb with flowers. The pictures also show a post apocalyptic world that Bruce imagines in his paranoia. The Caped Crusader is paranoid about the powers of Superman and the powerful alien villains that he can bring to earth.

There are also some action sequences featured in the pictures. Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) can be seen in a fighting pose and there is also a picture of Batman taking on Superman. The Batmobile can also be seen in one of the action sequences from the movie.

There are solo shots of Cavill and Affleck, as the superheroes and their alter egos. “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” director Zack Snyder can be seen in a behind-the-scenes picture with the Batmobile. There is also a picture of the director with cast members Laurence Fishburne (Perry White) and Cavill as the reporter Clark Kent.

Apart from the new pictures, the Empire magazine coverage of the movie also includes interviews with some of the cast members. According to a report by Collider, cast member Jeremy Irons (Alfred) talked about his character in the movie with the magazine.

Irons teased that there will be a “different angle” to Alfred in the forthcoming movie and hinted that the character may have a special ops background. The actor revealed that his character will have a more “hands on” approach to helping Bruce.

“He’s a man who can actually do anything if he has to,” Irons said in the interview. The character has been seen advising Bruce in the trailers of “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.” “Alfred has lived longer than Bruce, and so perhaps has a clearer perspective on life,” Irons said.