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The Super Bowl has become a part of american entertainment that has become engrained in our culture. Whether you watched to see when the Broncos beat the Panthers, or you watched to see some of the most expensive advertising in television, Super Bowl night is always a modern marvel of entertainment. Some of the most anticipated ads for non-sports fans are movie trailers that are featured for the upcoming year. Super Bowl 50 didn't disappoint with this year's program featuring new trailers for The Jungle Book, Captain America: Civil War, Jason Bourne, and [X-Men: Apocalypse](tag:1194267). Unfortunately, there were no new trailers for the two DC superhero movies, Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Despite the lack of Doomsday and Superman during the big game, there was a small bit of fan service during the pre-game coverage. International airline Turkish Airlines had two new advertisements showing their newest destinations, Gotham City and Metropolis. Both ads are made to establish both settings featured in Dawn of Justice. Check both of them out below:

Not only do we get small looks into Metropolis and Gotham, we are also guided through the metropolitan areas by prominent socialites, Bruce Wayne and Lex Luther. Turkish Airlines has also created travel destination pages on their websites for both urban areas to accompany their new promotions. Both websites are really in-depth for just a typical promotion, featuring the weather, time, and possible travel destinations within both cities.

Even though seeing a new trailer during the Super Bowl with more footage for [Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice](tag:711870) would have been amazing, just a small sampling of the engrossing environments of the film is enough to whet the appetite of fans, at least until we get closer to the day the film drops.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters March 25, 2016.


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