The internet is awash with news about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, with new pictures, new details, and impressions on the film from its cast and crew. Kicking things off, Superman actor Henry Cavill posted a preview of the October 23 cover of Total Film on his newly minted Facebook page.
Meanwhile, Batman v Superman co-writer and executive producer David S. Goyer told Collider that he was "giddy" over the film.
"I think just the kind of giddiness in being a kid that grew up going to the comic book store every Saturday and reading comic books in which these two epic characters clashed," explained Goyer. "Just the fact that I got to be involved in something like that is crazy. Much less that I got to be involved in two cinematic iterations of Batman is also crazy."
But Goyer isn't the only member of the production sharing his thoughts on Batman v Superman. Actress Amy Adams spoke about her experience filming the movie while attending Loyola Marymount University's Hollywood Masters interview series (via THR).
“I haven't seen anything of it, except what everybody's seen,” Adams revealed, adding of large scale blockbuster productions, “They’re kind of hard. They're over the course of six months, so it's a lot of time dedication, but really, really fun.”
She sdid that that the film isn't as dour and sullen as the trailers make them out to be, promising some "funny moments" between the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight.
“I can't give too much away, but I'm coming into a scene and Batman and Superman are both in the scene, so I can say that," said Adams of her favorite moment while filming, "And it was just fun. Because they had been working together for a couple weeks and just running it, seeing this dynamic. I'll talk about this when we're promoting the movie and we can tell more. But there were definitely funny moments involving bat-suits and such.”
Finally, actor Scoot McNairy, whose role in Batman v Superman has not been revealed, told We Got This Covered that Batman v Superman would be "grounded."
“This is the superhero film that is more grounded in reality than any of the other ones," said McNairy. "It’s a comic book movie, yes, but it’s very, very grounded.”
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters March 25, 2016.