Updated 08:21 PM EDT, Fri, Oct 30, 2020

'Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice' Cast, Trailer & Release Date: What's The Latest Buzz? [Spoilers]

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Fans are stewing in their seats for more updates about the highly-anticipated film "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" which is gearing up for release in the first quarter of 2016.

With both being fan-favorites, Batman and Superman began not as "superfriends" but as "frenemies."

USA Today said that it may be a good thing to see the two pitted against each other first before being all chummy towards a single goal of protecting the people of Earth from the bad guys, like what the original comic book "Batman/Superman" written by Greg Park offered.

"The theme for this book from the beginning has really been about trust and friendship and about the way rivals and friends push us to become who we are supposed to become," Park explained.

But, as the release of the film nears, the flow of the story for the comic book series has also undergo some changes.

"Batman/Superman" No. 23 portrays Superman in a vulnerable state with his secret identity out in the open.

He then goes on search under Gotham City for the villain Ukur as Clark Kent and finds many surprise guests along the way but no Batman to lean on as he struggles to find his self-esteem again.

"He'd desperately love to have Bruce to lean on, but Bruce is gone and Clark under very different circumstances has to deal with a whole new Batman who has no idea who this new Superman is," the writer revealed.

As the comic books continue the duo's entangled story, the film pitting them against each other continues to make the headlines as the DC Cinematic Universe pushes on.

Den of Geek said that the upcoming film due in theaters in March 2016 has received a standing ovation from Warner executives in an exclusive in-house screening last week.

What got the Warner bosses to rise to their feet was Ben Affleck's stellar performance as the Batman, making the screening a success.

Den of Geek's sources revealed that the bosses were impressed so much with Affleck's performance as the "definitive Batman" that they decided to sign him up for three solo movies to play the role.

"Basically, Warners are now working their movie universe around Ben's Batman," the source stated.

However, this has yet to be confirmed until the studio releases an official statement.

Meanwhile, Henry Cavill, who would star as Superman, teased the audience of "Live With Kelly and Michael" with his humorous non-answer on who would win the battle between the two DC superheroes.

He said, "I'm gonna tell you who wins. Are you guys ready?" and immediately dismisses the thought.

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