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"Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice", one of those highly-anticipated superhero movies, is just four months away from its release date, but fans are all geared up and looking forward to the release of its second trailer.

Speculations are that it will drop major clues about the plot of the film, including details of second villain and the real reason as to why the two superheros are fighting against each other.

Now, we already know that two of our favourite superheros will have a face-off in this 2016 DC film, but the reason behind their fight is still unknown. According to the latest news, the new "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" trailer is likely to feature footages that show perspectives of both Bruce Wayne/ Batman (Ben Affleck) and Clark Kent/Superman (Henry Cavill).

A report in Yibada suggests that it could be so because Lex Luthor "will be manipulating both Batman and Superman into fighting each other". As of now, there are rumours that Luthor will be providing Batman the kryptonite that he will use against Superman.

The report further stated that the new trailer will also have additional scenes featuring Wonder Woman and Lex Luthor. The trailer apparently shows Wonder Woman searching for the ancient Amazonian sword, but will be caught in the events of the film.

And finally, one of the most important revelations that the new trailer is expected to make is about the second villain. While several rumours have already hinted at Doomsday's inclusion in the film, the new trailer is expected to confirm if there is any truth in those rumours. Also in the line of suspected villains is OMAC, the report said.

Zack Snyder has already hinted that the new "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" trailer will be launched during the premiere week of Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Now, we have to wait and watch what this new trailer holds to satisfy fans' curiosity.

"Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" will hit theatres on 25 March, 2016.

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