If you thought Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice didn’t have enough in it, then you’re in luck. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition (that’s a mouthful) is releasing on bluray later this month, and it’s chock full of new footage and an R rating.
So there you have it, more. Perhaps this super ultimate major awesome R-rated cut will clear up some of the nonsensical scene transitions and complete lapses in logic. Many of the new scenes do appear to be minimal and informative, but there must also be a few more violent scenes to give it that elusive R rating Zack Snyder wanted all along.
Oh, and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition (seriously…) runs just a smudge over three hours. And it includes Jena Malone’s mystery character, who didn’t appear in the theatrical version at all. If you want an entire rundown of everything new, check this out. This could definitely help the overall aesthetic of the film, but it could also just make it worse. I’m not saying which I think it’ll do.
BvS:DoJUE will be released on Digital HD June 28, and the bluray combo pack will be a few weeks later, July 19. So we can keep discussing the film all summer I suppose.