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Batman v Superman: You miss that in the shorter version

At 8:15 p.m. ProSieben will show the very divided DC blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice as a free TV premiere this evening. There is also a longer version of the film. We'll tell you the differences.

Tonight, ProSieben will broadcast the DC blockbuster Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice by Zack Snyder at 8:15 p.m. In the film, Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) meet in a duel that leaves little more than scorched earth at the latest in the huge showdown.

While ProSieben is good 150 minutes long theatrical version shows, there is also a longer cut version of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice that has a running time of around 3 hours. The so-called Ultimate Edition not only expanded or new scenes, but gives the entire film a different rhythm, from which it benefits considerably in the opinion of many fans.

In the following we will clarify you about the with the help of Collider differences between the shorter theatrical version and the Ultimate Edition of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

This is how the theatrical version of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice differs from the Ultimate Edition

Warning, spoilers for the Ultimate Edition of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: A major change in the Ultimate Edition of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is that significantly expanded Africa subplot. Not only the brutal fate that affects the cameraman accompanying Lois Lane is revealed here. In addition, the storyline around the dead residents, for whose murder Superman is blamed, is illuminated much more comprehensively than in the theatrical version.

In this context, the Ultimate Cut uses a brand new figure introduced. Kahina Ziri, who lost her family, blames Superman for her loss and testifies against the superhero in court. When she finally feels guilty for what she has done, Lex Luthor's henchmen kill her to silence her.

Also includes the Ultimate Edition of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice additional scenes with Clark Kent aka Superman. The superhero goes to Gotham City to get opinions about Batman from various civilians. In addition, the longer version shows a milder side of Superman when he saves several innocent people from the courtroom after a bomb exploded there.

A scene has also been added towards the end of the film in which Lex Luthor and the mighty Villain Steppenwolf communicates. Previously, this passage was only circulated on the network as a deleted scene. Next to it will the role of Jena Malone revealedwho turns out to be a lab technician Jenet Klyburn. Otherwise, the differences between the Ultimate Edition and the Theatrical Version are limited to minor changes or expansions that concern Batman, Superman and Lois Lane and make the plot of the film look a little rounder overall.

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