Watch the Batman v Superman Sneak Peek From Gotham and Wonder Why Supes Is so Pissed

Why so serious?

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During Gotham last night, a sneak peek of totally-not-a-Batman-movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice dropped, and Superman is pissed—not because of the sneak peek (as far as we know), but because reasons. Batman’s mask seems to make him particularly unhappy. Maybe he had a bad trick-or-treat experience as a child?

This clip looks to take place post desert-Bat-brawl from the trailer, which probably means that comes somewhere in the movie’s second act, before the inevitable third act team-up. It also teases yet another full trailer (@$%&$&), which will be released on Wednesday during Jimmy Kimmel Live—the font from which all trailers flow, apparently.

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