/4-more-batman-v-superman-dawn-of-justice-villains-revealed/Earlier today, it was reported that four more villains are going to be showing up in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice alongside Lex Luthor. Now a new rumor is circulating that a trio of lesser-known heroes may also be helping out in some capacity.

Badass Digest has gotten their hands on a pdf file that started circulating a few days ago, which claims to be the actual working screenplay for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. And it is from here that Latino Review is believed to have gotten their information regarding the four new villains, which include Victor Zsazs, Moran Edge, David Cain and Amanda Waller.

Badass Digest has its doubts that the script in question is real, as it contains spelling and punctuation errors, and it caters to the fans with a tone that is not inline with Man of Steel.

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Aquaman is revealed to show up in the very first scene of the movie. This is something we've heard before. But the laundry list of new characters and winks at the DC Comics Universe include the following:

Kord Industries, Jason Todd, a Shuster Street in Metropolis, Kyle Rayner, Carrie Kelley, Thanagar, mentioning Hob's Bay, the President is named Diane Nelson, who just happens to be the president of DC Entertainment.

The site goes onto state that if the screenplay is legitimate, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is going to introduce a couple of very big and iconic DC Comics villains during the climactic end fight scene. They do not reveal these villains, though.

About the new additions: Kord Industries is the company founded by Theodore Stephen "Ted" Kord, who eventually becomes the second iteration of Blue Beetle. Jason Todd is the second Robin, who replaced Dick Grayson. In the comic books, he eventually became Red Hood, a fan favorite. Kyle Ranyer is a member of the Green Lantern Corps, but that goes against what we've heard about this DC Cinematic Universe bringing in John Stewart as its Justice League Green Lantern. Carrie Kelley appeared as a female Robin in The Dark Knight Returns, which some believe the script is curbing from.

As for the landmarks, Shuster Street is in reference to Joe Shuster, the co-creator of Superman. Thanagar is a fictional planet in the DC Comics Universe noted for the discovery of gravity-defying Nth metal. And finally, Hob's Bay is one of the main neighborhoods of Metropolis as well as the name of the bay itself. Located across the West Metropolis River from the central New Troy district, it connects to the mainland by way of the Hobsneck Bridge.

All of this needs to be tread upon lightly. It's unlikely that the actual shooting script has leaked. But then again, anything is possible. Do you want to see these characters on the big screen in 2016?

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