Batman v Superman Editor Reveals First cut Run Time for the Film
The run time length for the first cut of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has been revealed.
During an interview with Pro Video Coalition (via IGN), David Brenner, the editor of Batman v Superman, revealed that the first edited cut of the film was “a nearly four hour cut.” Brenner went into detail on what the first cut of the movie was having to work with:
“Generally, BvS was a unique challenge in that we had not one but two protagonists, each with an alter-ego. So there was Clark Kent, Superman, Bruce Wayne and Batman. And then surrounding them are Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, Wallace Keefe, Perry White, Martha Kent, Holly Hunter’s character, and still more characters orbiting them.”
An upcoming extended cut for Batman v Superman will be released on home video sometime this year, which Brenner states will incorporate some of the material from the initial four hour cut of the film.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is currently in theaters, with a home video release, which includes the extended cut, being released later in 2016.
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