PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Fearing that the actions of Superman are left unchecked, Batman takes on the Man of Steel, while the world wrestles with what kind of a hero it really needs.
Michael B. Jordan, who lent his voice to Victor Stone a.k.a. Cyborg in the animated film Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (2013), was considered for the role of Victor Stone a.k.a. Cyborg in the live action film. He played Johnny Storm a.k.a. The Human Torch in Fantastic Four (2015).
There was a time above... a time before... there were perfect things... diamond absolutes. But things fall... things on earth. And what falls... is fallen. In the dream, it took me to the light. A beautiful lie.
When Bruce is frantically trying to drive from the shoreline helipad to Wayne Enterprises, he is forced to turn right when three cars pile up in front of him at an intersection that has a Jimmy John's restaurant on one corner. Bruce goes half a block before a fireball from an explosion forces him to turn left into an alley. He then turns left through a parking lot and then right on the street he was originally on before the three-car pileup cut him off. He then continues driving straight (with maybe one right turn) for at least ten blocks, but when he stops and gets out of the car and runs only one block over, he is back at the intersection with the Jimmy John's. Also, the three cars that crashed together a moment earlier are not there and there is no smoke or charred buildings from the fireball that just rolled through. Then Bruce looks up the street (past the exit from the parking lot he recently cut through) to watch the Wayne Enterprises building get cut up by the Kryptonian beams. This scene reveals that the Wayne Enterprises building was only two blocks from the Jimmy John's, so the extra ten blocks or so of driving makes no sense at all.
The opening credits are set within a flashback to young Bruce Wayne's childhood: his parents' death, their funeral and him encountering a cave of bats.
The theatrical release (rated "PG-13") is 151 minutes in length. The "ultimate edition" director's cut (rated "R" for scenes of violence) is 183 minutes in length.
BRL 39,061,298 (Brazil) (27 March 2016)