With the destruction that took place during the last Superman movie, it would seem like the hero didn't make too many friends afterwards. The fight, that led to most of Metropolis being destroyed, seems to have led to anti-superhero protestors against Henry Cavill's character. But what does that mean for Superman?

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Comic Book Movie uncovered on Monday a set of photos from the production of Batman v Superman via Twitter. The photos show a crowd of people with signs hinting at an anti-superhero movement in the next movie.

The site said that though we can't see them in these pics, there are also some people wearing "Superman Survivor" t-shirts apparently. This all points to a lot of negativity geared towards Superman obviously, and suggests that the rumors of public outrage after his part in the destruction of many a building in Metropolis are true.

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It's a safe bet that we'll see Superman do something to try to win the public's support again in this movie.

It makes one wonder what will happen in the city when the likes of Batman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman also show up. But it also hints that Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor will have it relatively easy when it comes to winning over the public from Superman. It has been rumored that he will be using Metropolis' destruction to gain favor and power in the city.

Directed by Zack Snyder from a script by Chris Terrio, the film also stars Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Jeremy Irons, and Amy Adams.

It hits theaters on March 26, 2016.