New “Justice” League concept art and extra features emerge from “Batman v Superman: Ultimate Edition” special features


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    With Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice getting its “Ultimate Edition” released via digital services today, much of the bonus content packed with the digital release has come online… Including a big concept art look at the six members of the “Justice League” that will be featured in the big superhero team up film slated for November 2017!


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    From left to right, you see production artwork c/o Comic – featuring Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Ben Affleck’s Batman, Henry Cavill’s Superman, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller’s Flash, and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. The Flash and Cyborg in particular have had their costumes shrouded in mystery until this point, and the film version of the Fastest Man Alive is taking a grand departure look wise compared to his TV Series counterpart that’s played by Grant Gustin. Fisher’s Cyborg meanwhile looks faithful or near to his comic book counterpart as well.

    In BvS following Batman’s “Knightmare Sequence”, Miller makes a cameo appearance as a time-travelling Flash, garbed in his familiar speedster costume while wearing what looks to be protective armor as well. SPOILER ALERT of course for those who haven’t watched the film

    Additional content has also been featured showing more behind the scenes stuff from the movie, including this “Shadows of the Gods” featurette packed with the release of the movie.

    Also via Comic is a look behind the scenes at Jason Momoa’s Aquaman.


    Out today in digital and coming to Blu-Ray and DVD next month, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition contains 30 more minutes added to the feature film, making it a totally new film to see altogether.


    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition hits home video on July 19.

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    Tim Villasor
    Regularly cosplays as Batman (founding member of Justice PH) for events. Writer for GMA Sci-Tech and former contributor to Playground Magazine. Pop culture Crusader.


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