5) Too much dialogue in the superhero costumes gets a bit silly
Zack Snyder was continually going for a Batman/Superman standoff much the same as the well-known De Niro/Pacino eatery scene in Michael Mann’s Heat. “That was my mantra,” he says. “I continued saying: ‘we require the Heat scene, we require the Heat scene.’ Be that as it may, I arrived at the conclusion that they couldn’t talk in their suits with any believability. We needed to get them back in their civvies.” The scene where Clark and Bruce meet at Lex’s gathering, wearing non-superhero garments, was in this way imagined.
It was, says Snyder, an issue of tone – wedding the dim approach of DC’s prospering true to life universe with its fairly camper comic sources. “When they’re in their super-suits, it was incomprehensible [to get the Heat scene]. We attempted it. It was only a unique little something. On the off chance that there are more than four or five lines, you begin to see – hold up, these are two folks spruced up! One person’s spruced up like a bat, and the another one has a major red “S” on his mid-section, and it peruses super serious…”
6) The dream sequence offers a Darkseid future…
Of all the fantasy series in the motion picture, it’s the one in the supernatural abandon which has become most tongues swaying. Initially uncovered solely by Empire, it seems to delineate the omega image of DC uber-reprobate Darkseid in a nightmarish future.
Snyder and his makers are normally demure on this check, yet the executive will concede that “it’s alright to take a gander at the expanded dream succession as an impressionistic perspective of a conceivable future.” The weird winged evil spirits which assault Batman with automatic weapons, by chance, are the Parademons, Darkseid’s outsider cronies.
7) …and it sounds like Darkseid is looking for the Anti-Life Equation
Staying as hesitant as he could oversee, Zack Snyder tended to a potential Darkseid appearance. “That is to say, possibly he exists out in the universe some place, searching for something… something that is against life? I don’t have the foggiest idea.” Snyder wasn’t gesturing and winking as he said this, yet he should have been – he’s vigorously prodding the Anti-Life Equation here. In the DC world, the Equation is a recipe which permits control of every single living being in the universe – one that could demonstrate very helpful in reality to megalomaniacal supervillains.