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‘Batman v. Superman’ moves release date to avoid ‘Captain America’


Batman v. Superman is arriving a little bit sooner than previously planned: according to The Wrap and Variety, its release date is being moved forward about a month and a half to March 25th, 2016, just up from its previous date of May 6th. Many had assumed that the movie would eventually be moved, as it would have been facing off against Marvels third Captain America film had it stayed on May 6th — and given Marvels record at the box office, Warner Bros. likely had little interested in putting up a fight. The Wrap also reports that Batman v. Superman will be released in 3D, though its unclear if its being shot natively in 3D or being post converted, as Man of Steel was. The film, directed by Zack Snyder, has already had its release date shuffled around before.

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