After a leaked version of the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" trailer was leaked online, an official teaser trailer for the movie has been released to the public.
The film's director, Zack Snyder, shared the trailer via his Twitter account, adding that the footage was "not blurry" and "not pirated."
The trailer was first leaked on Friday, with a low-quality, Portuguese-subtitled version appearing on YouTube. The clip was taken down shortly after it appeared.
Coming in at a little over two minutes, the trailer gives the first glimpse at Ben Affleck's deep, gruff Batman voice. "Do you bleed? Because you will," Affleck's Batman says (presumably to Henry Cavill's Superman).
The trailer is the first glimpse of the movie in action that fans have seen since March, when photos of Jesse Eisenburg as Lex Luther were released. The first photos of Affleck's Batman (and Batmobile) were released last year.
A longer version of the trailer will be released at an Imax event on April 20, and Snyder confirmed via Twitter that the Imax version will include extra shots "plus a little swag."
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will be released March 25, 2016.