Did the Batman v Superman Trailer Really Just Leak?


'Batman vs Superman' teaser trailer has reportedly been leaked. According to KDramaStars, the 'Batman vs Superman' SDCC 2014 teaser trailer doesn't show much but just enough to get fans hyped. It even shows Ben Affleck in the full Batman costume. Here is the description of the alleged trailer:

The following may spoil some elements of 'Batman vs Superman.'

"The Batman vs Superman trailer starts with a dark screen with the voice over of General Zod's 'you are not alone message' the screen slowly pans and it reveals that the scene is inside the Batcave. The camera slowly pans to a shot where you can only see the back of Batman but he is not yet wearing his cowl. Every monitor in the Batcave is playing Zod's video. After the message is complete, Batman wears his cowl turns to the camera and the trailer ends with the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice logo being revealed."

Seems short enough for the 'Batman vs Superman' teaser trailer leak to be true, but is it really? It wouldn't be the first time DC Comics/Warner Bros. allowed one of their properties to leak online for the public to see. But with no other source than 'Comic Central,' and no video to speak of, we should be hard pressed to think this is the official teaser trailer. How would DC/WB allow anything related to, quite possibly, the future biggest movie of all-time to be leaked?

Look what happened when a simple picture of Ben Affleck in the Batman suit -- short ears and all -- was shown by director Zack Snyder. So why even risk a leak for something that will really get fans to forget a DC Comics movie won't be seen for another two years?

But the alleged 'Batman vs Superman' SDCC 2014 trailer won't be officially seen till July 24-27 when the biggest pop culture convention is held. So we will have to wait to confirm -- unless, of course, someone uploads the actual footage somehow but don't hold your breath.