He's referring to the diamond engagement ring she was wearing at his funeral.
Is It Just a Dream?
The world tries to cope up with rising tensions, war, and violence after the death of Superman. Violence and crime rates are skyrocketing, and a big threat against humanity is coming. Despite the formation of an unprecedented league of heroes - Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash - it may be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions. It'll clearly take some work. "You ever hear that?" "That's the opposite of what the saying is", Bruce points out. "Who knows maybe I'll convince them to write a Merseyside superhero". The song by David Bowie was a nice touch. When juxtaposed with the scene from the 1978 film in which a young Clark Kent tells Martha he needs to head north, we can see certain interesting elements.
It all comes back to Superman, though.
"Divided, we are not enough", as Batman says in the trailer. So this fact alone already makes me wary. Cyborg in particular looks freaking fantastic, and I can't wait to see this all come together on the big screen. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, while a hit, didn't win the hearts and minds of moviegoers around the world like The Avengers did. This closing scene along with the trailer in its entirety suggests that the movie will not be overbearingly Whedon-esque in style.
And that's exactly what they gave fans.
It sounds like the actor is just as excited.
See how the action plays out after the misfit heroes reunite when "Justice League" hits theaters November 17.
Here's hoping the movie will be the one that comic book fans have been waiting to see forever - and then some.
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