Now, this is one to take with a substantial pinch of salt - but if it's true, it could be HUGE.
The Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer might just have leaked online.
Yup, that's right.
Now, no video has yet emerged, and there's as of yet a distinct lack of sources corroborating the report, but if what has emerged turns out to be accurate, then we could be about to see something seriously cool.
KDramaStars are reporting that what we're set to see at Comic-Con, if not before, is going to look a little something like this:
"The Batman vs Superman trailer starts with a dark screen with the voice over of General Zod's "you are not alone message" the screen slowly pans and it reveals that the scene is inside the Batcave. The camera slowly pans to a shot where you can only see the back of Batman but he is not yet wearing his cowl. Every monitor in the Batcave is playing Zod's video. After the message is complete, Batman wears his cowl turns to the camera and the trailer ends with the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice logo being revealed."
Which sounds...plausible. It would certainly make for an easily filmed teaser, with a more extensive trailer being released next year.
The question is - is there any chance that it's for real?
[Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice](movie:711870) is set for release May 6, 2016. When we'll see a trailer is still a whole lot more up in the air.
What do you guys think? Is the leak for real?