"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is roughly five months away, but new details drop hints that it's just waiting for the premiere date to come. It was reported that director Zack Snyder watched the IMAX effects of the film last weekend.
According to What Culture, tons of scenes from the movie were captured in IMAX format, and if Snyder has really viewed them already, this furthers the possibility that the movie, which depicts the clash of the Man of Steel and the Caped Crusader, is already ready for takeoff.
Another detail hinting that "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is in the last stages of production is the fact that it has already secured a rating, which has ended up being PG-13. The rating is due to what Motion Picture Association of America described as "intense sequences of violence and action throughout, and some sensuality," as per the Independent.
According to reports, the latter may have been caused by either Gal Gadot's costume as Wonder Woman or something more. Whatever it was, the board hints that "some material may be inappropriate for children younger than 13" and parents should be cautious when they take their kids to see "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice."
Unfortunately, despite the film being already good to go, there haven't been many teasers from Warner Bros. But a new report hints that much-awaited clips for the super-charged DC film are coming fans' way.
In fact, there will be two teasers both dropping on Oct. 26. The first one, which will center on Superman's side in the movie, will be aired on CBS, during the commercial break of its series "Supergirl." The second one will air on FOX when "Gotham" goes on a commercial break. And as fans may have guessed, this one will be all about the Dark Knight.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" hits the big screen on March 25, 2016.