Wonder Woman's Nemesis
DC followers are not only excited to see the new Batman and a darker Superman when "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" hits the screen, but also wants to see the first movie appearance of Wonder Woman, who will be played by Gal Gadot ("Fast & Furious").

Wonder Woman will get her own movie in 2017, but the most recent "Batman V Superman" trailer confirmed that she will first grace action film as the gorgeous-looking amazon, trading sultry looks with Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne. (Spoiler Alert)

After months of rumors about why, exactly Wonder Woman suits up in armor and draws a sword to do battle, comes yet another rumor to echo the growing chorus of claims about Dawn of Justice’s climatic showdown. And it is not surprising.

According to Heroic Hollywood, Wonder Woman suits up to do battle with none other than Doomsday, the infamous monster who killed Superman in the ’90s “Death of Superman” story arc, and his since become a staple of the DC Comics universe.

Here is the specific breakdown of Wonder Woman’s fight against Doomsday, as described by El Mayimbe of Heroic Hollywood:
”During the fight with Doomsday, Wonder Woman draws that awesome sword of hers, swings it at Doomsday and manages to chop off the hand of the beast! … Wonder Woman is badass and got skills but don’t count Doomsday out! He is still in the fight! Complications ensue because a BONE BLADE grows back where Doomsday’s hand used to be! In screenwriting that’s called a reversal. Now Doomsday got a blade of his own.

What happens next?

Find out when Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice drops in theaters on 25 March 2016."
Since early on in production, it was rumored that Zack Snyder and Co. would be using the character of Doomsday in some way. In fact, before they were confirmed to be headlining DC films like Shazam and Aquaman, it was rumored that strong-man actors like Dwayne Johnson or Jason Mamoa could be doing the motion-capture work for the Doomsday creature; while it remains to be seen how Doomsday would be designed and created onscreen, his inclusion remains a sensible plot development for several reasons.