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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

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  • Theatrical Version
  • Extended Cut
Release: Aug 01, 2016 - Author: Mike Lowrey - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB

The concept Marvel started with Iron Man in 2008 which is now knows as Cinematic Universe was so successful that the big competitor DC could not ignore it any longer: Entertaining the world with several characters with single and combined appearances in live-action movies. The fanbase of the heroes popular for decades were on board for sure but Marvel certainly did not expect to wrap the rest of the mainstream audience around their finger that easy. The only question was: What about DC Comics? The very same publisher who has at the very least two iconic comic heroes: Superman and Batman. For a long time, it seemed as if the DC people simply did not get how huge that whole universe thing was. Instead, Christopher Nolan got to do his own (and veery successful) Batman thing and Zack Snyder was doing the same with Man of Steel which tells the origin story of the very popular Superman character.

When DC announced numerous movies, that were obviously supposed to copy the Marvel concept, after Man of Steel, it seemed as if DC now wanted a piece of the pie as well. Since Nolan's Batman trilogy was not supposed to be part of the DC universe, a new interpretation of the character including a new actor was required again. When it got out that Ben Affleck was supposed to be that new actor, both the fans and neutral audiences were sceptical. Back in 2004, Affleck screwed up the Marvel character Daredevil so badly that a sequel was never an option. Also, that a duel between Batman and Superman was intended to be the plot of the first movie was considered an overhasty decision by DC and the producing studio Warner Bros. It did not seem to make any sense especially since there was not supposed to be - yes, one might have gotten annoyed by Kevin Feige, the CEO of Marvel, and his big boss attitude regarding the content - a strict observation of its content.

With Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we now have a movie built on the arrival and the destruction caused by Superman in Man of Steel. As for its style, it is quite obvious that the story is to be continued. DC wants to be considered a dark, sinister and serious comic universe - as opposed to the Marvel universe which is often considered a colorful and very mainstream universe. That definately works but the superheroes fighting each other until they eventually team up concept is not exactly new. For instance, the X-Men do that as well. And considering that BvS has to introduce the new Batman (who is quite well played by a slightly grey Affleck by the way) on the one hand but create a conflict with Superman and introduce Wonder Woman in order to set the ground rules for the first Justice League movie AND also make sure that the enemyship becomes an allience on the other hand, BvS seems to contain too much story but also too little. The critics were not exactly enthusiastic and the box office result could have been better as well. With a budget of approx. $250 million, $330 million were made. Worldwide, the number went up to $873 million. The movie broke even and then some, yes, but just to compare: Nolan's The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises made more than a billion worldwide. An amount which was supposed to be reached for the clash of the titans as well, no doubt. Being beaten by the R-Rated fun flick Deadpool ($363 mill.) and - probably even worse - by the other "Good againt Evil" flick The First Avenger: Civil War ($407 mill. in the US, $1.15 bill. worldwide) - both released by Marvel - did not exactly please the Warner bosses, that is for sure.

Before its theatrical release, Warner Bros. spread the word that there would be an Ultimate Edition on Blu-ray which contains an Extended Cut with 30 more minutes of footage. Zack Snyder announced that this Extended Cut was his director's cut. And that seems plausible because the new footage does not look like footage put in afterwards to make a few more bucks with a longer version. On the contrary, some of that footage is quite a loss for the Theatrical Version that needed to be removed for its theatrical release to not push it because the Theatrical Version still runs approx. 2 1/2 hours. As one can see in the following comparison, the Extended Version is definately the better version. But there is a downside as well: Narrativewise, the often criticized structure of the movie gets worse. Due to a lot extended footage during the first half, the actual story regarding Batman vs. Superman starts with the Capitol scene after almost 90 minutes. And as also criticized quite often, there is not enough time for the duel anymore before they team up to fight Doomsday in the big finale. Compared to the rest, the beginning is still too long but the warming phase is more satisfying and explained more reasonable in the Extended Cut . The scheme against Superman and Clark Kent's investigation were just too short in the Theatrical Version. Subsequent things such as the short, rather mysterious introduction of Steppenwolf, which is obviously supposed to point to the Justice League, or the reversed censorings which got the Extended Cut the R-Rating (which it deserves by the way) but without making it an incredibly brutal movie, make the result much more appealing.

Compared are the Theatrical Version (PG-13) and the Extended Cut (R-Rated) (both available on the US Blu-ray by Warner Bros.).

 

99 differences, consisting of
60 extended scenes
18 additional scenes
11 scenes with alternate footage
8 extended scenes with alternate footage
1 scene with censored audio
1 scene with alternate dialog

The Extended Cut is 1793.62 sec resp. approx. 29 min 54 sec longer than the Theatrical Version.

Extended Scene
0:02:34: Close-up of Martha Wayne looking startled.
3.64 sec



Extended Scene
0:08:27: Bruce encounters a group of kindergarten kids. The teacher tells them to stick together. Bruce pushes a little girl to the rest of the group and keeps walking.
17.64 sec



Alternate Footage
0:11:27: Lois Lane's first appearance is different. In the Theatrical Version, it is rather mysterious while it is more illustrative in the Extended Cut.

Theatrical Version: A car drives up and two hooded characters are being lead to a base rather harshly.



Extended Cut: The replacement photographer (aka CIA agent) Jimmy Olsen gets a handed a coke by a native with the information that the wind is a bad sign that means "blood in heaven". A car drives up and Lois gets out. Jimmy stands in front of her and asks how her trip was and says it was unusual that the Warlord intended to give an interview because he had never done it before. Lois explains his predecessor had barely spoken she liked him (for it?). A car with the Warlord's goons drives up. They ask whether or not Lois and Jimmy have any technical devices on them and Lois says her contact confirmed taking pictures was allowed. The jeep drives off, Lois and Jimmy have a hood over their heads so they can't see where they are going.
60.96 sec



Extended Scene
0:13:11: When Lois asks the General if he was a terrorist, the Extended Cut sticks with Lois until the end of the question ("General?") while the Extended Cut cuts to the Warlord.
0.64 sec


Extended Scene with Alternate Footage
0:13:18: This sequence is mostly identical but there are a few extended scenes every now and then - probably to save some time. After KGBeast destroys his equipment and finds the GPS tracker, Jimmy is being made as a spy. In between, there is additional footage in the Extended Cut. During the interview, Lois says the US government had acted neutrally in their country but the General responds that nobody ever acted neutrally. When the GPS tracker is found in Jimmy's stuff, the General accuses Lois of having lead the CIA to them at first. Being completely surprised about that development, Lois denies everything and explains Jimmy was just a photographer. When Jimmy speaks to the General in his language, he says there were solutions and he had been sent to make him an offer. His death is both versions.
Extended Cut 41.88 sec longer



Additional Scene
0:15:02: The Extended Cut contains an infrared shot of a drone on which one can see Jimmy hit the ground while surrounded by other people. At CIA headquarters, the order to neutralize all drones is given but Python, the leader of a mobile strike force, is against it and intends to get out the civilians first. For that reason, he disobeys his order.
28.96 sec



Extended Scene with Alternate Footage
0:16:00: When KGBeast starts shooting at the General's goons, the Extended Cut is longer. The first goon gets hit bloodily (in the Theatrical Version, he already got hit and goes down with no blood being shed) and another one on the rooftop gets shot twice. Again, blood is spilled.
Extended Cut 2.28 sec longer



Extended Scene with Alternate Footage
0:16:10: When the mercenaries take out the goons, this happens much faster in the Theatrical Version. Here, the unbloody killings are sometimes identical, sometimes a few frames shorter. In the Extended Cut, there is additional cg blood - sometimes quite obvious, sometimes not so much. A mercenary tosses a hand grenade in a tank and when the mercenaries are already going through the gate and hopping on their bikes in the Theatrical Version, the Extended Cut shows some of the real action. Not only is that definately on the level of an R-Rating but it also explains why Superman becomes the main suspect later on because KGBeast burns the body with a flamethrower (which could also be done by Superman's laser coming out of his eyes). In the meantime, the drone is headed for the base and passes Python's strike force who expresses his opinion about that with his middle finger.
Extended Cut 33.8 sec longer


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Alternate Footage
0:17:04: Superman's appearance is entirely different. While the Theatrical Version keeps showing the mercenaries getting away on their bikes and the camera pans to the sky at which point we see Superman on his way to the ground, the Extended Cut goes on with the previously started drone subplot. The drone is still targeting the base and the shoot order is being executed. But the missile does not get very far because it gets destroyed while still on its way. Same goes for the drone a few seconds later. KGBeast witnesses the entire thing from the distance and the CIA agent wants to know how both the drone and the missile had gotten destroyed.
Extended Cut 18.08 sec longer

Theatrical Version:


Extended Cut:



Additional Scene
0:17:56: Extended shot of Lois looking at the whole the General got pushed through by Superman. Then Python's strike force on their way to the base. They get to see a scene of destruction. Being in shock, several native woman are besieging them when they discover the torched bodies inside the facility which had been burned beyond recognition by KGBeast. Lois finds a book with a slug in it.
64.8 sec



Alternate Dialog
0:19:17: During Kahina Ziri's hearing in front of the senate, she mentions the fire that burned the soldiers in the Extended Cut. Since this is not in the Theatrical Version, her comment differs.

Theatrical Version: "He came down, so many dead."
Extended Cut: "He came down, then came fire."
no difference



Additional Scene
0:19:56: When the cops are called to the human trafficker's hideout with Batman being there resp. he marks the trafficker and leaves, that scene pops up a little earlier in the Extended Cut. Also, there is some additional footage. One gets to see the two cops watching the game of Gotham's football team on a portable TV. They only leave reluctantly.
45.08 sec



Extended Scene
0:22:05: More footage of the young cop going up the stairs to see where the noises come from.
5.76 sec


Alternate Footage
0:23:36: The close-up of the beaten-up human trafficker with the branding is also different. In the Theatrical Version, the blood has been darkened digitally while it looks as red as it is supposed to in the Extended Cut.
no difference

Theatrical VersionExtended Cut



Extended Scene
0:24:01: When Lois unpacks her stuff, she finds a shirt with blood on it She looks gloomy and takes a sup of wine. She then finds the book with the slug in it which she also grabs in the Theatrical Version.
23.04 sec

Extended Scene with Alternate Footage
0:26:20: Clark smiles at Lois. Later on, there is more footage with Superman when he takes off the sweater in the tub.
Extended Cut 15.16 sec longer


Alternate Footage
0:33:43: When Clark is making fried eggs, a TV report catches his attention. This is entirely different in either of the versions and so is the position of the scene after the conversation Bruce and Alfred have in the Theatrical Version. In the Extended Cut, this scene follows Lex's presentation of the cryptonite he found.

Theatrical Version: Here, Clark watches a news report about the Batman branding on the human trafficker. It is being explained that a branding like that is a death warrent in jail. The reason to handle it like this is quite obvious: The human trafficker's death behind bars will not be mentioned with a single word.

Extended Cut: Here, we see an interview with Kahina Ziri who wants to know from Superman why her family had to die and how he decided which life is important and which is not.
Extended Cut 2.96 sec longer

Theatrical VersionExtended Cut



Extended Scene
0:29:17: Lex explains his dad intentionally called the company LexCorp in order to get elderly ladies as investors because they believed he was cute.
8.48 sec



Extended Scene
0:31:35: Before the conversation between Lex and the Senator in private begins, some rather redundant footage has been removed for the Theatrical Version.
3.8 sec

Extended Scene
0:35:41: Also superfluous: When Perry White instructs Clark to make a report about football, he tells him to go to Gotham in the Extended Cut. HE also tells him to be careful that nobody would steal his lunch money. When the report about the smeared Superman statue is on TV, the shot of contemplative Clark is a little longer and so is the shot of Lois looking at him.
10.16 sec


Additional Scene
0:36:40: Clark has arrived in Gotham to meet with Kahina Ziri but neighbors tell him she had left town. They also tell him to watch out for that dark avenger that goes around at night and scares those who deserve it.
66.36 sec



Extended Scene
0:39:53: Lois tells Perry she believed the US government was financing rebels in Nairomi even though she claims to support the government.
4.64 Sec.



Additional Scene
0:40:16: Clark asks Lois why she had not mentioned her reasearch regaring the slug to him. He believes she had put herself in danger by doing so. She explains this was the reason she had not brought it up. Perry then appears and gives Clark an invitation to a charity gala at the Gotham Library. Someone explicitely demanded Clark would be there to write a story about it. Perry then adds someone had a heart for nerds (like Clark).
30.6 sec



Extended Scene
0:40:54: Lex offers a glas of bourbon to Senator Finch but she explains her driver was waiting outside and she could not stay. Lex is surprised because she is originally from the bourbon state Kentucky.
8.56 sec



Alternate Footage
0:41:12: In both versions, Lex explains there were standing in his father's room and that he had left everything the way it was in case he ever came back. Other than the different choice of words and the usuage of alternate takes, there is no difference worth mentioning.
Extended Cut 10.16 sec longer


Extended Scene
0:44:25: Bruce takes his time to get up and swallows a pill.
10.56 sec


Extended Scene
0:44:55: Alfred briefly longer at Bruce's house at the lake.
1.92 sec


Additional Scene
0:46:31: Bruce in the shower.
7.6 Sec.



Extended Scene
0:50:25: Bruce reflects longer before he comments on Batman's condescending remark.
1.52 sec


Additional Scene
0:55:50: There are two new and one extended scene in this sequence. At first, Clark calls his mother Martha and asks why his dad had never left Kansas. She explains he dad thought he did not have to travel because he had already arrived at his destination. Clark was hoping for a simpler explanation but Martha says it was never simple.


A new scene with Lois and Jent Klyburn (played by Jena Malone and completely missing in the Theatrical Version) follows. Jent can tell Lois more about the slug. She says it was from a source who probably would not like to talk about it. Lois asks if the rebels were soe kind of new guinea pigs for a new kind of ammo and Jenet says Lois was a good reporter because that could actually surprise her.


Also new is Clark in front of a computer at the Daily Planet. Clark is reading several articles about the Batman branding which illustrates some kind of death warrant (the Theatrical Version dealt with that rather quickly in a TV report). The beginning of the scene with the human trafficker who is being relocated to another block and gets into contact with other inmates is also exclusive footage. He is very scared that he gets shanked but the guards could not care less.
135.74 sec



Extended Scene
0:58:55: Wallace tells Senator Finch more about his life after the accident. How his wife had left him and the could not even urinate while standing up.
10.12 sec



Additional Scene
0:59:12: A new prison scene. KGBeast asks an inmate if he had taken care of everything, the inmate nods. He then approaches the human trafficker who gets shanked yard.
44.12 sec



Extended Scene
1:01:42: A few waiters are watching a monolog by Jon Stewart on TV who ironically conjectures that with his American outfit, Superman looked a lot like a particular US hero. Their boss then tells the waiters to do their jobs. In the lobby, we see the curator who grabs Wonder Woman in order to take her to Alexander's sword.
56.32 sec



Extended Scene
1:05:21: The shot of the driving armored truck starts earlier. Two armed guys are prepared to open fire.
6.52 sec


Extended Scene
1:05:37: The Extended Cut just takes its time. The truck drive inside the complex, the drivergets out and Batman shows up.
31.68 sec



Extended Scene
1:07:01: Close-up of a soldier getting shot.
1.08 sec



Alternate Footage
1:07:02: When the men get shot, the Extended Cut contains some cg blood. According to PG-13 standards, the kills in the Theatrical Version are clean.
no difference

Theatrical VersionExtended Cut



Extended Scene
1:07:04: We do get to see the soldier fire his weapon but only the Extended Cut shows his target getting hit. He and his soldier buddies also kill Batman's mercenaries. Some cg blood spatters.
2.64 Sec.



Alternate Footage
1:07:11: The Theatrical Version shows Batman lowering his weapon for a few frames while he shoots the soldier in front of him (unbloodily) in the Extended Cut.
Extended Cut 0.08 Sec. longer



Alternate Footage
1:07:18: Censored quite smart actually. When Batman kicks the soldier down the road, the Theatrical Version makes it look like he simply lost his balance. In the Extended Cut however, one gets to see that Batman fires off a shot and hits the soldier in the abdomen. There is no implication whatsoever in the Theatrical Version because the muzzle flashes has been removed from the Theatrical Version and so has the shooting noise.
no difference

Theatrical VersionExtended Cut



Alternate Footage
1:07:43: When Batman hits a soldier on the ground with the gun, the Theatrical Version zooms in on the action. The result is that we get to see less of the oponent.
no difference

Theatrical VersionExtended Cut



Censored Audio Track
1:08:41: When Superman kills the first one of Batman's mercenaries with his laser ray, there is no sound in the Theatrical Version. In the Extended Cut, one gets to hear the guy's death scream.
no difference



Extended Scene
1:08:43: In the vision, Superman fries one of Batman's guys with his laser.
1.08 sec



Additional Scene
1:12:38: Clark wants to ask the people in charge how the human trafficker died in prison. The cops are quite uncommunicative but then he spots a woman with the dead guy's baby. On the street, he starts talking to her and she tells him that the Batman symbol is a death warrant and only violence could stop that indiscriminate avenger.
75.6 sec



Extended Scene
1:14:18: The Extended Cut contains more footage of the box being heaved out of the ship's hold. As compensation, the end of the shot is longer in the Theatrical Version.
2.88 sec


Extended Scene
1:14:26: The box gets put on the ground.
4.88 sec


Extended Scene
1:14:33: More footage of the box which obviously contains something dangerous. It has to because after all, it is yellow and black. Even Superman should know that this can't be good.
9.76 sec



Extended Scene
1:21:06: Fascinated by the cryptonite, Luthor's assistant approaches it. Then the two of them are looking at it with inspiration.
14.72 sec



Additional Scene
1:23:04: Kahina Ziri intends to leave the bus but she then spots KGBeast questioning her neighbors. He is obviously waiting for her so she stays inside. The next scene shows Senator Finch leaving her office due to all that noise. She sees Kahina who is upset and she accuses her of not having told the truth.
58.04 sec



Additional Scene
1:25:35: Lois tells Perry on the phone she had reason to believe that the desert incident had been a trap for Superman set by Lex Luthor to make Superman look guilty. But Perry refuses to take any chances by printing that. During the conversation, Lois sees Kahina on her way to the subway. Meanwhile at the Capitol, Senator Finch is upset about Kahina lying to her because Luthor had threatened her.
40.6 sec



Additional Scene
1:27:36: Kahina Ziri is waiting for the subway when she gets pushed in front of it by KGBeast.
30.04 sec



Additional Scene
1:31:42: In the Theatrical Version, it appears as if Superman has vanished into thin air after the explosion at the Capitol. In the Extended Cut on the other hand, one gets to see him rescue people from the rubble. Also, he flies off after exchanging looks with Lois. Then Alfred chopping wood. He enters Bruce's house at the lake but Bruce is not there. The TV reports about the destroyed Capitol catch his attention and then it dawns to him where Bruce might be (Spoiler: He is at LexCorp to steal the cryptonite but do not tell anyone!).
126.68 sec



Extended Scene
1:34:15: Lex watches Batman grabbing one of the guards and another one open fire on the monitor.
11.28 sec



Extended Scene
1:34:31: Lex moves the slugs on the ground with his foot.
1.04 sec


Extended Scene
1:38:41: Bruce gets a little longer in... "Bat Shape".
4.48 sec



Extended Scene
1:42:05: The Theatrical Version immediately shows the TV report about the burning Superman doll. In the Extended Cut, the reporter makes a comment. Then te audience. Not until then, one gets to see the burning Superman doll in the Extended Cut.
13.2 sec



Additional Scene
1:42:25: At first, we see Clark in a snowy mountainous area. Even though warned by the natives, he keeps walking. The old man presumes Clark had come there to die because he ignored any kind of warning. Then a new scene with Lois watching TV. She watches a report about Wallace Keefe being exposed as a terrorist because all kinds of things required to build a bomb has been found in his house. Using her police contacts, Lois gets to take a look around the house. One look in the fridge and it is clear to Lois that the recently bought groceries are proof that Wallace had no idea he was going to die. She then speaks to Jenet on the phone who says the wheel chair was made out of the same material as the mysterious slugs and the wheel chair had also been built by Lex. On top of that, Lois explains Superman could not have seen it due to the special kind of metal.
141.44 sec



Extended Scene
1:48:33: Alfred watches Bruce leave. Then he says to himself that Bruce's decision would cause the fall of Wayne Manor.
5.8 sec



Extended Scene with Alternate Footage
1:48:43: The TV report Martha is watching is a little longer in the Extended Cut. The reporter has to deal with the accusation of pointing the finger at Superman as the guilty party.
Extended Cut 4.52 sec longer


Extended Scene
1:49:43: Batman reveals the headlight.
6,84 sec



Extended Scene
1:49:55: More Batman at the headlight. (Does that mean that he is calling himself for help?)
3.44 sec

Extended Scene
1:51:04: Lois gets snatched by KGBeast's goons. Then they put her in the approaching van.
16.72 sec



Extended Scene
1:57:47: KGBeast is walking across the lobby area before the door to Martha's room is being opened for him.
9.04 sec


Extended Scene with Alternate Footage
1:58:03: Martha looks scared in both versions but she looks a little more scared in the Extended Cut. KGBeast enters the room and takes off his gloves. When the goon puts the clock on the table, the Extended Cut contains an additional shot of Martha.
Extended Cut 14.76 sec longer



Extended Scene
1:59:21: Wonder Woman puts a dress on the bed. Then she picks up on the power grid problems. The TV report makes her use her laptop - also in the Theatrical Version.
19.32 sec



Extended Scene
2:04:27: In the Extended Cut, Superman grabs Batman and tosses him down some path before they crash into the house.
16.52 sec



Extended Scene
2:07:22: Two more punches in Superman's face exclusively in the Extended Cut.
1.84 sec



Extended Scene
2:09:21: After Superman hits the ground hard, the shot of him squirming in pain is a little longer in the Extended Cut. Then a close-up of Batman firing off his hook.
2.72 sec



Extended Scene
2:14:28: Bruce tells Alfred he did not deserve him. Alfred agrees.
7.04 sec


Alternate Footage
2:17:31: When Batman tosses the box at the soldier and the letter gets thrown against the wall, his head leaves a bloody trail on the wall in the Extended Cut while the wall is clean in the Theatrical Version.
no difference

Theatrical VersionExtended Cut



Extended Scene
2:17:40: Batman throws some hard punches in the Extended Cut.
3.08 sec



Extended Scene
2:17:44: Missing punch in the face.
0.88 sec



Extended Scene
2:17:56: In the Theatrical Version, Batman punches the opponent lying in the off twice. In the Extended Cut, Batman throws three punches.
0.6 sec



Extended Scene
2:18:31: Extended shot of the opponent who hit the wall, followed by Batman taking care of the guy he knifed beforehand. Whether he only punches him in the stomach or stabs him is hard to tell. Either way, the guy screams out.
8.4 sec



Extended Scene
2:20:33: When Superman tells Lex he had lost, Lex says he did not know how to lose and it was a sin that Superman even existed.
11.28 sec



Additional Scene
2:23:55: Martha stops a squad car while Batman is on his way to the final battle.
20.16 sec



Extended Scene with Alternate Footage
2:24:41: In the Theatrical Version, Doomsday gets up again. Then he gets hit by a missile. In the Extended Cut, he tosses the X from the LexCorp writing on the building at a chopper. Of course, he does not miss and the chopper gets destroyed. Not until then, he gets hit by the missile.
Extended Cut 7.16 Sec. longer



Additional Scene
2:27:10: The newspaper people are also looking at the sky which has turned yellow due to the explosion of the nuclear bomb.
4.72 Sec.



Extended Scene
2:27:23: Doomsday hitting the ground as some kind of yellow ray a little earlier.
0.88 Sec.


Extended Scene
2:29:52: Doomsday gets hit by the Batwing for the first time.
1.72 sec



Extended Scene
2:34:30: Superman gets tossed backwards by Doomsday's laser ray.
3.08 sec



Extended Scene with Alternate Footage
2:38:10: When Superman gets impaled and stuck in Doomsday's grip, one gets to see the huge tip in his chest. The Theatrical Version zooms in on it and a result, that little detail is missing.
Extended Cut 0.72 sec longer

Theatrical VersionExtended Cut



Alternate Footage
2:38:21: Same here. One also does not get to see how the tip is being pushed in further in order to get the cryptonite spear closer to Doomsday.
no difference

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Extended Scene
2:40:20: Lois bends over to Superman's body. Then she looks at gloomy-looking Wonder Woman.
16.72 sec



Additional Scene
2:41:17: A military commando enters the inside of the cryptonite ship. In the hold, one gets to see Steppenwolf - a General working for main villain Darkseid who quickly vanishes into thin air (literally). The soldiers then point their lasers at Lex who is standing in the middle of alien slime.
42.56 sec



Additional Scene
2:42:48: The streets, stores and the Daily Planet are completely empty.
33.68 sec



Extended Scene
2:43:23: The funeral party is meeting at Martha Clark's and Perry witnesses Martha standing alone in front of Clark's basket.
20.32 sec



Extended Scene
2:44:22: Contemplative Lois longer on Clark's old bed.
6.12 sec


Extended Scene
2:45:05: Extended shot of Lois trying not to lose it when she holds the ring in her hands.
4.36 sec

Extended Scene
2:45:35: A cannon beat in Superman's honor.
2.12 sec



Extended Scene
2:45:51: The funeral party slightly longer.
0.88 sec

Extended Scene
2:45:57: And again at a different location.
4.4 sec

Extended Scene
2:46:05: Again.
2.72 sec

Extended Scene
2:46.19: And again.
4.04 sec

Extended Scene
2:46:27: And again.
3 sec

Extended Scene
2:46:44: The folded flag is being handed over.
13.48 sec


Extended Scene
2:47:08: The Extended Cut shows the Reverend's speech at the grave. Then Martha who is worried about the bill but she is then being made aware that an anonymous donor has already taken care of it. A different shot of Lois at the grave follows.
50.52 sec



Extended Scene
2:50:35: The guard tells Lex to get up because the waarden wants to talk to him. He reluctantly does so.
20.2 sec



Extended Scene
2:51:42: When Batman intends to mark Lex with his branding, he also says he would not show up in court because he was legally insane. Batman threatens to use his connections to make sure Lex winds up in the infamous Arkham Asylum in Gotham.
44.2 sec

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