A new trailer of “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” shows the Caped Crusader in chains, along with two other individuals. He has been captured by soldiers who seem to be loyal to Superman and wear his symbol on their uniform.

An angry looking Superman (Henry Cavill) arrives at the location where Batman is being held captive in the video. He then proceeds to remove the mask of the superhero to reveal that it is in fact billionaire Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) who has been protecting the city of Gotham in his own way.

It is still not clear what triggers the major conflict between the two superheroes, but one of the previous teaser trailers showed how Bruce suffered personally during the battle between Superman and General Zod (Michael Shannon). One of the buildings of Wayne Enterprises collapsed during the fight and Bruce managed to only save a little girl during the turmoil.

Both the superheros have a significant fan following by the people of the fictitious cities of Metropolis and Gotham. In “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” however, the two superheroes will be a subject of intense debate and a section of the society will consider them to be a problem.

In a previous interview with Variety, Cavill revealed that Bruce is now an “angry person” who fears the powers of Superman. “Why are they just going to trust this super-powered alien? What if he does decide to turn against us?” Cavill said would be some of the pertinent questions in the movie.

Affleck echoed the comments by Cavill about his character and said that Bruce will be “harbouring a tremendous amount of rage for Superman.” “So it’s how he got there, and what that’s done to him, and what that’s done to people around him like Alfred, who are, I think, very scared and worried for him. It’s something that’s interesting and new” the actor said.

“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” is slated to be released on March 24, 2016 in Australia. The movie has been directed by Zack Snyder and is one of the most highly anticipated for next year.

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