With Avengers: Infinity War confirmed to have 67 different Marvel characters, everything else seems to pale in comparison. So why not add yet another character to the already overstuffed Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice? We've known for quite some time that Doomsday is not the main threat that shows up in the climactic end battle seen in Batman v Superman. Latino Review now claims to know the identity of the movie's secret villain. And it's an iconic DC bad guy who has been making the rounds lately.

Bizarro was confirmed last year to be showing up on Supergirl sometime in the second half of this current season. Though, it's heavily speculated that the TV version of the character will actually be Bizarro Supergirl. The real Bizarro, however, if we are to believe these latest rumors, is going to be making his big screen debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. And his appearance will help set up the events seen in Justice League Part 1.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is just a few months away. And it will help set up the future DCEU. In the movie, Lex Luthor will fuel a feud between the Man of Steel and The Dark Knight. Their war will be interrupted by a Doomsday attack, which brings Wonder Woman out of hiding. But as we've heard, the two and a half hour movie doesn't end there. Bizarro will show up in the last reel to cause a threat, which will spill into Justice League.

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Latino Review claim that this isn't a rumor, or speculation knitted together from various preview screenings. They claim it is fact. That we will see Bizarro. And it will somewhat follow the Post-Crisis DC Comics storyline. That arc reveals Bizarro as a clone of Superman, made by Lex Luthor. And it gets its name when Lex says, "This bizarre -- oh forget it!" Which is certainly something we can imagine Jesse Eisenberg saying in the movie. In Dawn of Justice, it's being speculated that Lex gets close enough to Kal-El to steal his DNA. Or, the DNA might be a present from Bruce Wayne, who, as we've seen in the trailers, has threatened to make Superman bleed.

While much of the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice storyline will hinge on how well the world can trust Superman, it seems that aspect will be resolved by the end of the movie. Though, Bizarro will introduce a new untrusty threat in this Superman clone. What do you think? Do you trust Latino Review? Or does this all sound to Bizarro to be true?

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