MLive has posted an interview with a 41-year-old bartender/waiter who was an extra on set of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The extra shared his experience and how he walked way pretty ecstatic with the way the film looked:
I know comic books, and slowly became a fan of Zack Snyder. I think there are going to a few little things (in the film) where fans are going to be like 'What?' But I think they'll understand later. And I think sometimes nerds take things too seriously, you know, when it comes to these movies. This is coming from a half-nerd, a half-geek.
With these types of films, you can't take them too seriously. I think "Man of Steel" was a great reboot, and Zack Snyder did a great, great job. And I came up with Christopher Reeve (as Superman). Just even as an aesthetic look, (Reeve) looked like Superman. But now there's the technology with these movies, so I think with Batman v. Superman, based on the Frank Miller stories, I think it's going to be a great movie.
I'm hoping that it blows "Avatar" out of the water. Avatar is a beautiful movie, but it's the same old story. I want it to be knocked off the top, and I think fans should expect to be blown away (with "Batman v Superman") and damn near have tears in their eyes.
So there you have it fans. If you value the critical opinion of random, anonymous bartenders with personal investment in the project, then prepare to weep for the glory.
Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice opens in theaters March 25, 2016.