I've been watching a bunch of the Justice League animated movies on Netflix (Justice League: War, The Flashpoint Paradox, etc.) and they're fantastic, but the fact that they expect you to know what the whole deal is with the Justice League and not provide you with their origins (in most cases) and such helps the flow of the story. Since BvS needs to do this with every character, that's going to slow things down. Granted, its runtime sounds an hour longer than the animated ones', but from the beginning, everyone was expecting only the titular characters. It's not like they're going to piss people off having only those two, so I don't get this mad obsession with shoehorning in so many of the League so soon. Wonder Woman could have, like how Civil War is doing with Spider-Man, been either confirmed or a rumor and not shown in the trailers and just be a pleasant surprise at some point in the movie and giving audiences a really nice, well-earned Easter Egg. That way, her role would have been more of a mystery and like Spider-Man, her purpose during the film would not be spoiled.
I'm really ragging on this movie, aren't I? I think it's worse after Deadpool, where you can see just how successful and immensely satisfying a film can be when it's worked on by those who, like the fans, are passionate about the material, and not by executives who are just motivated by numbers and are so scared shitless of losing money that it causes irrational thinking and affects judgment.