Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice may still be five months away, but from all the behind-the-scenes whisperings it's sounding like the film is really coming together. A rough cut was screened to Warner Bros. executives (who applauded how much money they were going to make) and the film recently got it's long-expected PG-13 rating. Now it appears the production is turning its eye to finding out the way to deliver the best cinema experience for fans. At an IMAX With Laser event in London, it was revealed that Zack Snyder is going to be viewing the film's IMAX effects for the first time in LA this weekend. This, along the MPAA rating confirmation, suggests that we're in the finishing touches stage of production Several sequences of the film have been shot in the format, which is why Dawn Of Justice is being touted as such a key film on IMAX's upcoming release schedule (aside from the fact that, well, it's Batman fighting Superman). It sounds like the film will therefore jump aspect ratio between sequences, similar to The Dark Knight Rises (in IMAX and home video at least). Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice is in cinemas on 25th March, 2016.