So...we happy with "Batman vs. Superman"?
Totally. I mean, that pretty much sells the whole thing, right? Batman versus Superman - what more do we need?
Whaaaat if we made that "vs" a regular ol "v" though?
Like....like a Supreme Court case?
BINGO. What's more exciting than a legal proceeding at the nation's highest court?
Uh, I think "Batman vs. Superman" works fine. I don't think we need to really overthink this one.
But...what's the context of "Batman v. Superman"?
I mean, we need some more info here. What are they v-ing over? What's the result of this v-ing going to be?
It's a movie about Batman and Superman. They're gonna be versus each other. That's all we need to do to sell tickets. The two most recognizable comic book characters ever. Versus-ing.
But justice will be dawning with this, right? We should clarify that.
Yeah, "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice." Really drive home the court case aspect.
Batman and Superman will be fighting. We don't need to say anything else. We don't need add a subtitle that vaguely sorta references the Justice League. Batman. Superman. That's more than enough.
Yep, "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" it is. Actually, legally-speaking, it should be "Wayne v. Kent: Dawn of Justice." Using their hero pseudonyms in a court of law would be absurd.
We could even make it "Batman and Superman Fight" and it would be fine. Please.
So we're agreed - "Wayne v. El: Sunrise of Lawfulness."
Please stop. "Batman and Superman In A Movie Together" would work.
The poster will be Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We won't make any mention of the movie stars in it.
Why are you doing this.
Then at the end, we can include a teaser for the followup - "The Justice League"
Oh thank god. Simple and effective, it's perf-
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