Watch the new Batman v Superman International Trailer

With the premiere date drawing ever closer (March 25, folks), Warner Bros. Pictures has been releasing a slew of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailers and TV spots. The latest is a new international trailer, which keeps the dialogue to a minimum and the mayhem at full throttle.

By now you know that the premise of Batman v Superman is right there in the title; Gotham City's winged vigilante (Ben Affleck) takes on Metropolis's alien savior (Henry Cavill) in a battle for the ages. What you probably also know is while these two colossi are going bat wing-to-cape, Lex Luthor Jr. (Jesse Eisenberg) is tinkering with an even more potent threat to take out both of these superheroes and establish a new world order—in his image, of course. 

Directed by Zack Snyder and written by Chris Terrio and David S. Goyer, Batman v Superman also functions as the first film in DC's long awaited Justice League canon—bringing out Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, and Aquaman (Jason Momoa). The film also returns Man of Steel alums Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne and Diane Lane. Newcomers include Jeremy Irons as Bruce Wayne's loyal Alfred, and Holly Hunter as a politician with a big stake in the outcome of the central battle.

Check out the new trailer below.


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