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As two legendary DC Comics Super Heroes come face-to-face on the big screen for the first time, Warner Bros. Consumer Products (Wbcp) has teamed up with a powerhouse slate of global licensees for a broad, multi-category licensing and merchandising program to support the highly anticipated action adventure film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The film, directed by Zack Snyder, soaring into theaters on March 25. Here's what Diane Nelson, President of DC Entertainment (Dce), President, Warner Bros. Consumer Products (Wbcp), and President & Chief Content Officer of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (Wbie), had to say in a statement.
"As the most iconic Super Heroes come together for the first time ever on the big screen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we are thrilled to be partnering with licensees around the world to support the film."
Revving up for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is global master toy licensee »
We're almost there people, we're just a couple months away from seeing two of comics' biggest icons battle it out on the big screen together, and WB is stepping up their marketing. Toys and other merchandise are beginning to hit store shelves, but movie fans are always eager to get their hands (ears) on the film's score. Today, we have some details on the upcoming soundtrack release.
WaterTower Music announced today the March 18 release of the soundtrack to the upcoming feature film “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” a collaborative effort by film composers Hans Zimmer and Junkie Xl (aka Tom Holkenborg). Available digitally, on CD, 2-disc deluxe CD, and on Limited Edition 3-disc deluxe vinyl the »
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