“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” cast member Jesse Eisenberg discussed the themes that the audience will get to see in the movie, and praised the screen writer in a recent interview. Meanwhile, the screen writer of “Wonder Woman” talked about how the trailer of Zack Snyder’s movie teased the tone.

In an interview with WeGotThisCovered, Eisenberg (Lex Luthor) said that screenwriter Chris Terrio is “absolutely phenomenal” and a “brilliant guy.” The actor said that the writer is interested in “sophisticated topics and discussions” and this may be reflected in the forthcoming movie.

Eisenberg said that even though his forthcoming movie is a superhero movie, it may appeal to a larger section of the audience, including those who normally don’t watch movies in this genre. The actor explained that the movie will explore “sophisticated and important themes.”

The report said that Snyder’s movie will be different from Marvel superhero movies and will feel more “grounded” and “gritty.” “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” is not expected to be “just a brainless popcorn film” and will apparently offer some “food for thought.” Many more DC movies have been slated to be released as a part of the extended DC universe and all the movies are said to be having the same approach as Snyder’s movie.

In an interview with Collider, “Wonder Woman” script writer Jason Fuchs said that the trailer of Snyder’s movie as well as the trailer of “Suicide Squad” show that the DC movies are set in a “really specific, grand, slightly darker [and] slightly grittier place.”

The writer described himself to be a fan of DC Comics from when he was young, and said that he was “very, very happy” that the DC cinematic universe is finally being built. The writer, however, said that working on a DC project was like working for the U.S. spy agency C.I.A. (Central Intelligence Agency) and he could not reveal much about the projects.

“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” is slated to be released on March. 25, 2016. Some of the cast members of the movie include Henry Cavill (Clark Kent), Ben Affleck (Bruce Wayne) and Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman).