After Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Deadpool sent shock waves through the box office charts, the town is waiting with bated breath for the launching of Warner Bros ' Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice on March 25. Word is out that tickets will go on sale on Monday at 7 AM PT. At this time, projections from rival studios and tracking executives have this DC feature adaptation opening with a national weekend ranging from $100M-$140M. For many, it won't be a shocker should Batman v. Superman topple Lionsgate's The Hunger Games' March opening record of $152.5M. Disney possesses the month's second-highest FSS with Alice in Wonderland at $116.1M in 2010. Nonetheless, a brand new trick appears to suggest that George Miller may get a chance at helping bring Justice League to theatres after all. Plus, learn what type of box office numbers we are able to anticipate in the opening weekend for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and if it will be the success that Warner Bros. Pictures expects that it's going to be.\n\nThis, needless to say, was not an actual deleted scene," but instead a skit predicated on a scene from the preview. In the specific film, Daily Planet reporter Clark Kent arrives in a Lex Luthor benefit and interviews Bruce Wayne. This diversion inserts Kimmel into the proceedings with Batman v Superman stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and even Jesse Eisenberg. Be sure to keep until the ending to get a surprise guest!\n\nChristian Bale has admitted to being jealous when he learned the news that Ben Affleck would be playing Batman in the coming Batman vs Superman of Zack Snyder : Dawn of Justice. Snyder had previously made it clear that his movie will draw heavily from Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns comic book series, where a young girl named Carrie Kelly takes on the function of Robin (and sports brilliant reddish hair). A new picture of Ben Affleck as Batman, sporting an impressively deep cleft chin, continues to be unveiled at Comic Con 2014.\n\nWarner Bros. has altered the release date for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice from May 6 2016 to March 25, 2016. The official reason behind the change is the fact that Warner Bros needs to space out the anticipated release dates of nine other superhero films. But a lot of observers suspect that the actual reason behind the shift will be to avoid direct competition from Marvel's approaching Captain America 3 picture. Both pictures were initially set to hit cinemas on May 6, 2016, and enthusiasts were anticipating a Marvel vs DC box office confrontation.