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How to make love

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How to dance at home, and when to do it

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How to dance

How to dance at home, and when to do it

How to dance at home, and when to do it

How to dance at home, and when to do it

How to dance at home, and when to do it

How to dance at home, and when to do it

How to dance

How to dance at home, and when to do it

How to dance at home, and when to do it

How to dance at home, and when to do it

How to dance at home, and when to do it

There is a good chance you’re familiar with the infamous ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ scene in which Thomas Rhett, Bruce Wayne’s son, goes ballistic when caught in a crossfire. You know, the one where he tries to fire a shotgun in a crowded theater and ends up being shot by his own brother’s brother. His friend attempts to save him, but is killed as well. A few months prior, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ was nominated for the Oscar for Best Picture. Even if you don’t pay attention to Hollywood politics — which, admittedly, I don’t — this is one of the movie’s most iconic scenes, and rightfully so. Now, the scene in question has been updated — without credit — for the new film.

On Sunday, ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ producer Charles Roven appeared on the ‘Howard Stern Show’ to discuss Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and how to change the scene so it fit into the DC cinematic universe.

“Oh, absolutely it would have been fine to [re-edit] in terms of how he’s doing it. You know, he’s not as happy as Bruce Wayne [was],” Roven continued. “I think it would have been better to cut away to the fight scene with [Birds of Prey star] Amber Heard [and] get the little bit of Batman-guy with his hands up saying, ‘It’s not working, I’m gonna use my batmobile!’ We put the big fight scene in the middle anyway and we cut off the other two. So I’m like

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