Comic Con 2015: ‘Batman v Superman’ and ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’ get new trailers


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According to some, one of these trailers is THE GREATEST TRAILER OF ALL TIME, and according to others the other is a lot of fun, but maybe giving away the whole film. No matter where you fall on the divide, Comic Con has you covered. Here are trailers for two highly anticipated films from the Warner Bros slate and remember, the red capes are coming. What do you think of these trailers?

  • Robert MacFarlane

    The Batman v. Superman one confirmed further fears I had about the project. I have no interest outside of maybe Eisenberg. The Man from UNCLE one sold me a little more, but I remain wary of anything directed by Guy Ritchie.

  • Kevin

    Looks entertaining enough. Affleck looks solid as Batman at least.

  • Phillip Milner

    Am I the only one who think U.N.C.L.E looks better than BvS?

    • Terence Johnson

      you are not alone in that.

  • Man From Uncle has me intrigued. BvS just seems too contrived to milk box office dollars from fanboys and I think even they may be disappointed.

  • Manning Franks

    As some one who is avid in the comic community, I can honestly say I am sick and tired of people calling Batman V. Superman the GREATEST TRAILER OF ALL-TIME. It looks fine, in fact it doesn’t look horrible.

    But people, it’s not God’s gift to Cinema!!!! Take a chill pill.

  • EAP

    Both trailers are average at best.
    But seriously, who cares about the quality of the trailer apart from showcasing the stars, a bit of story line and a thing or two to get people hooked. Once a movie comes out, if its good enough, the buzz it will garner will draw people in.

    Batman v Superman has always seemed ridiculous to me and does Suicide Squad, but i am not a comic guy, so i suppose i don’t get it.

  • Aaron

    Batman V Superman looks pretty cool, but every movie Zack Snyder has made LOOKS pretty. I’m still not sure if it’s going to have the substance to stand up to other great comic book movies like The Dark Knight, Iron Man, or even the first Superman with Christopher Reeves.

    The fact that David Goyer is co-penning the script really has me worried. Everything he’s done without Christopher Nolan has been a complete disappointment, and without Nolan there to guide him he really isn’t that good of a writer.