Imagine, for a moment, that you're one of the thousands in the Hall H line at Comic-Con waiting for the Warner Bros. Batman v. Superman panel. It's midnight; you've been waiting for over 10 hours already, and you've got another 10 hours to go before the panel begins. Then, you hear a rumbling in the distance — you turn around and see the Batmobile driving down the street, piloted by none other than director Zack Snyder.
What would you do? Admit it, you'd freak out.
.@ZackSnyder just stopped by the @HallHLine & brought the #BatmanvSuperman Batmobile with him! #SDCC2015 pic.twitter.com/iXN77ty23y— Sean Gerber - MMM (@ModernMythMedia) July 11, 2015
That's precisely what happened late last night, just after midnight in San Diego. Snyder pulled up with a police escort, hopped out of his slick ride, and started tossing T-shirts into the sea of people. And, yes, people lost their minds. Over T-shirts.
Want proof? Just check out the video above. That's what the Hall H line does to people.
Of course he showed up at night. @ZackSnyder @DCComics @wbpictures @BatmanvSuperman #BatmanvSuperman #Batmobile pic.twitter.com/Z76X1F7tMh— BATMAN (@Batmancanseeyou) July 11, 2015
It's a fun bit of fan service for DC Comics devotees, but it doesn't take the cake: that'd have to go to Disney for its surprise Star Wars concert last night for all panel attendees.
The Warner Bros. panel for Batman v. Superman kicks off at 10:30AM PT today — we'll have all the latest news for you then.