Jeremy Irons -- aka the human form that Scar the lion assumes when he skin-walks as a celebrated English thespian -- just admitted that he has yet to read the script of Batman vs. Superman because it isn't done yet. This is strange, as Irons has already signed on to play Bruce Wayne's manservant Alfred Pennyworth, and you'd really think he'd want to know just how many full-frontal scenes Alf's on the hook for.
"Bosh, I don't care. Lions are naked 24/7."
Furthermore, the release date for Batman vs. Superman was recently pushed back to May 6, 2016, where it will compete with Marvel Studios' fifth reboot of Howard the Duck for domination of the summer box office.
Guys, all this is crazy talk, because DC Comics already laid out the easiest template ever for a Batman vs. Superman movie back in 1986. Let's break it down step by step ...
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First, we must harness both Hollywood and the comic book industry's storied tradition of yoinking awesome shit Alan Moore wrote a few decades ago and Rumpelstiltskinning it into big bags of money. (See: Matthew McConaughey's final speech on True Detective, which was lifted from dialogue Moore originally penned for a giant alien horse.)
"I'm a method actor. I lived off mineral licks for months."