With all the talk of the Man of Steel sequel coming in 2015, someone took it upon themselves to make a fake fan made trailer of the up coming movie using clips from different movies.
YouTube user, Solyentbrak1's video has gone viral after just two days, and has surpassed the 1 million mark.
The creator of the video had started on the trailer before the announcement of Ben Affleck as Batman, so they went back in and changed it.
"This was already half made but with another actor as Bats, since the release of the news tho (which im really starting to warm too) I decided to put the official actor in the role," their description read.
They used footage from various television shows and movies to piece the whole thing together.
The titles included are: Man Of Steel Fan Opening, Breaking Bad, Trouble With The Curve, The Lincoln Lawyer, The Cold Light Of Day, Total Recall 2012, Man Of Steel, State Of Play, Hannibal TV Series, The Haunting, Night Train To Lisbon, Nikita TV Series, Daredevil
Batman Seeds Of Arkham, Elysium, The Prestige, The Prototype, Iron Man 2, The Dark Knight, and Batman vs Deadpool Fan Film.
The cast list of characters includes: Clark Kent (Henry Cavill), Lois Lane (Amy Adams) Perry White (Laurence Fishburne), Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck), Alfred Pennyworth (Jeremy Irons), and Lex Luthor (Bryan Cranston).
The movie is to begin filming in 2014 and will be expecting a July 2015 release with its star Henry Cavill coming back. The biggest news concerning the film is Affleck as Batman after Christian Bale played him in the previous three movies.
Comic book fans all around the world shuttered at the news of the Batman with the Internet in an outreach of memes and jokes at the expense of the actor. An online petition was even made, garnering its 15,000 necessary votes in about an hour.
Warner Bros has decided to stick with their star thus far.
"Ben provides an interesting counter-balance to Henry's Superman," director of the up coming movie Zack Snyder said in a statement, according to Entertainment Weekly reports. "He has the acting chops to create a layered portrayal of a man who is older and wiser than Clark Kent and bears the scars of a seasoned crime fighter, but retain the charm that the world sees in billionaire Bruce Wayne."