'Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice': Trailer footage in chronological order helps make sense of the story

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

A new “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” video shows all the footage from the trailers in chronological order, to help make sense of the story in the movie. Meanwhile, a new set of character posters of the movie has surfaced online.

The video posted on YouTube begins with the battle scene from “Man of Steel,” in which a building of Wayne Enterprises was destroyed. The event had a big impact on Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck), as he lost some people who were very close to him when the building came down.

In his grief, Bruce will blame Superman (Henry Cavill) for destruction and the lives lost. Taking note of the destruction, a Senate hearing will be called and the Man of Steel will be asked to appear before the Senate Committee. The world will be divided about whether to trust the superhero. Some consider him to be a friend and saviour, while others denounce him as an alien creating trouble on earth.

Many people, including Senator Finch (Holly Hunter) and Bruce, will be paranoid about the Man of Steel’s powers in “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg), who may also be concerned about the powers of the alien, will take advantage of people’s feeling and will try to exploit it.

Alfred (Jeremy Irons) warns Bruce not to take on the Man of Steel. He reasons that the alien is not their enemy and besides Bruce can’t hope to win against such a powerful adversary.

Bruce decides to fight anyway. While the two superheros are busy fighting each other, a new threat will rise. The heroes will have to work together in order to take on Doomsday.

Meanwhile a set of pictures from “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” have been posted on Coming Soon. The 92 pictures from the movie include character posters of all major characters and also some action sequences and behind-the-scenes pictures.