Batman v Superman: Extended Cut is Possible
In an interview with Collider, producer Charles Roven talked about the upcoming film Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice and almost casually dropped the info that a 4-hour-long version of the movie exists. That's no surprise since work-in-progress cuts are oftentimes very long until they're shaped into final form and the viewers normally don't get to see it. But sometimes a different one that is slightly shorter.
It is highly likely that the DC film will have a runtime of less than 3 hours in cinemas, maybe in the area of 2.5 hours just like the last two Batman movies and that Roven didn't mean this one with his statement. Thus it could be interpreted as a hint at a possible Extended Cut that BvS might get on Blu-ray eventually. Director Zack Snyder generally doesn't shy away from producing longer cuts of his films (just look at Watchmen).
It has almost become a norm to talk about longer versions later on even before a film had its theatrical run. That's most likely not the last word on the matter.
Release: Nov 18, 2015 - Author: sausagemoo81 - Translator: Mike Lowrey
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