Henry Cavill Talks To Kid With Brutally Honest Opinion About Batman Vs Superman; Tries To Defend His Character

By Jenn Loro - 23 Feb '16 11:25AM

Henry Cavill feels at a loss for words and reasons to convince kids who brutally have honest opinions that they like Batman better than Superman in the upcoming movie, Dawn of Justice.

In a promotional video released by Omaze, the British actor took a survey among kids at the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust as to who possess the most super powers: Batman or Superman?

According to Entertainment Weekly, two girls in the group are devoted Batman fans and that no matter how Cavill tried to convince them, still they stick to their decision of choosing the Bat.

One kid, also have neither chosen Batman nor Superman and instead, chose the 'villains.' The kid, however, did not name which villain he likes the most.

The survey is part of the campaign encouraging fans to donate to the three nonprofit organizations chosen by Dawn of Justice lead performers: Cavill, Ben Affleck, and Jesse Eisenberg. These organizations are the Eastern Congo Initiative, the SEED Project, and the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust.

As explained by Henry Cavill, they will choose only one winner among the donors. The winner will then have privileges to be part of the red carpet premiere of the Batman vs Superman movie. By so doing, he/she can have endless opportunities to meet and chat with stars in movie.

All proceeds of the campaign will all be given to the organizations.

Speaking of Batman fans Darren Wilson, a super fan of the character turned his room into a Batcave and had invested £100 for the entire 18-month restoration, according to Mirror.

Aside from that, Wilson has been collecting comics and toys from the Batman memorabilia-all of those now have a place in his Batcave.

"I was doing the room as a computer room initially and it just came to me. People who see it are pretty amazed. We like to be different, but every other room is normal," he told the publication.

Meanwhile, as the premiere for the DC Comics movie is drawing to a close, Independent warns avid fans that the movie may take longer than the usual and is rumored to be 162 minutes long as reckoned by the AMC Theaters in the US.

This length includes mostly the brawling scenes between the two superheroes and the elaboration and introduction of supporting characters--Wonder Woman, Doomsday, Lex Luthor and Alfred. There even have speculations that The Flash and Aquaman will appear in the movie.

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