By now, we’ve all heard the news that Zack Snyder is directing “Batman v.

Superman: Dark Dawn.” 

The film will be the first superhero movie in over a decade to not be helmed by a studio that makes “Guardians of the Galaxy.” 

Now, the man behind the franchise is getting his hands on the sequel, and he’s got some interesting news to share. 

“I’m not going to say what the script is, because I’ve had a lot of pressure to do it,” Snyder told MTV News during an interview in London. 

“I’m just going to tell you what it is, and what it feels like.” 

Snyder’s film will take place over two decades, spanning several decades, and will see the return of the character of Bruce Wayne, who was introduced in Batman v Superman. 

Snyder told MTV he’s been asked to bring back Bruce Wayne’s alter ego, Bruce Wayne/Bruce Wayne, for the new film. 

 “The reason I’m doing this is because there’s no way I can do it without it,” he said. 

The actor explained that the film will “take place at a time that has never been seen before in the comics.

There’s a lot more conflict, and it’s a very different story.” 

“It’s going to be very much a dark and gritty, grounded, modern-day story,” he added. 

Batman v Snyder: “A Man of Steel” is currently playing in theaters.