Of Course It Will….

Posted: 06/23/2016 in Uncategorized


Batman v Superman Ultimate Cut R-Rated Version Will Play in Select Theaters

Gotta bring up those totals past the 800 million mark:) REC


News Den Of Geek

6/22/2016 at 4:24PM


Everything you need to know about the Batman v Superman Director’s Cut Blu-ray can be found here.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has come and gone, but it will return. The movie that sets the stage for the rest of the DC Superhero Movie Cinematic Universe still has work to do even after it has left theaters. While comic book fans spent their Easter homaging the DC superheroes in 2.5 hour chunks, we are now on the precipice of getting an R-rated, three-hour version of the tale.

The Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition Blu-ray will contain the theatrical cut, but also an R-rated director’s cut. The extended version of the movie is an eye-watering 181 minutes. And you’ll be able to see it in theaters, too.

DC Comics posted some news on Twitter (which comes to us via CBR) that should make Batman v Superman fans happy. The R-rated director’s cut will play in a very select group of theaters on June 27th. If you have the DC All Access app, you can see which theaters are playing, and you can get your tickets through there.

All showings will take place at 7 pm local time. Here are the participating theaters…

Alamo Drafthouse (Austin, TX)

Showplace Icon (Chicago, IL)

Gateway Film Center (Columbus, OH)

River Oaks Theater (Houston, TX)

AMC Burbank 16 (Burbank, CA)

Arclight Hollywood (Hollywood, CA)

AMC Desert Ridge (Phoenix, AZ)

Sundance Kabuki Cinema (San Francisco, CA)

E-Street Cinema (Washington DC)

AMC Empire 25 (New York City)

Angelika Film Center (New York City)

Ritz V (Philadelphia, PA)

Batman v Superman Blu-ray Release Date

The Ultimate Cut of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice actually has two release dates. Beginning on June 28, you will be able to download the extended version of the film on Digital HD. But if you wish to wait a little bit longer, on July 19 (just in time for Comic-Con), there will be the full three-hour version and its loads of special features released on Blu-ray.


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