Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Factual error: At the start Bruce Wayne runs into a massive dust cloud formed from the falling building. In the scenes that follow he and the other people have very little or no dust on them at all - they should be completely covered and choking on it.

Continuity mistake: Superman gets his hair messed up during his fight with Batman, but while he is fighting Doomsday his hair is perfectly combed again.


Character mistake: In the obituary for Clark Kent, the opening couple of paragraphs are repeated further down the article.


Continuity mistake: When Perry asks Clark to do the sports note he has the paperwork in his left hand but in the next shot he is holding it in his right.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice mistake picture

Continuity mistake: After the mercenaries kill everyone in the desert, there are two guys looking at them using two monitors. The pencil below them changes from white to blue.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice mistake picture

Continuity mistake: In the beginning, Bruce Wayne drives his car towards all the chaos, but the crowd is too thick for him and his car to get through, but with movie magic suddenly Bruce and his car are at the front of the crowd. (00:07:00)


Continuity mistake: After Batman shots the tracking device onto the truck, later in the warehouse the device is next to a number 5 that was not there before.


Continuity mistake: After Superman and Doomsday kill each other, Superman is lying in Doomsday's hand with his eyes wide open. When Batman walks over to Superman and folds his arms over his chest a couple of shots later, Superman's eyes are now closed.

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Suggested correction: As Superman died, he closed his eyes off-camera.

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