Watching Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it's obvious that most of the scenes came to life with CGI, so it's nice to see pictures of what the set actually looked like while filming. Since Henry Cavill unfortunately doesn't know how to fly, it's pretty hilarious to watch him pretending to take off. There's also a good amount of explosions and costume details that were added to the shots later.
YouTube channel CGMeetup compiled before and after shots of the movie to help us determine exactly how much computer work went into bringing the superheroes to life.
Watch: 'Batman V Superman' VFX Breakdown
Did you know that Batman's armored suit was actually full CGI?
Although he wears part of his normal suit in most of the scenes, when Batman is in full combat gear, it actually isn't even Affleck, but a double covered in sensors!
And props again to Henry Cavill for keeping a straight face while pretending to be floating in mid-air.
Get A Closer Look Behind The Scenes With The B-Roll Footage
For more behind-the-scenes awesomeness, you can also take a look at the B-Roll footage released by Warner Bros., where you'll see Zack Snyder directing the cast and a few cool stunts.
And check out CGMeetup's channel for more VFX breakdowns!