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LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" appears to be losing steam as it ends its second weekend in theaters.
Arguably the most high-anticipated movie of the year, Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice opened to horrific reviews.
Batman and Superman may face off in an upcoming movie blockbuster but copies of the superheroes' first outings dating back almost 80 years are going on display in a new exhibition of original DC Comics books.
Movie studio Warner Bros went ahead with Tuesday's London premiere of "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice," its new superhero movie, but skipped the traditional red carpet press interviews following the attacks in Brussels.
Superheroes have long existed in a world of their own, but as two iconic caped heroes battle in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," both are brought crashing down to reality as the ramifications of their actions catch up with them.
In the latest clip of Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, clearly the Man of Steel has the upper hand over the vigilante superhero.