Deadpool the extended cut. We do get more investigative journalism on the parts of Clark Kent (looking into the Bat-vigilante in Gotham) and Lois Lane. These scenes do help the overall story make more sense and are not a waste – they’re just not that exciting.
In one important addition, we learn why Superman was unable to see a bomb sitting right next to him in a pivotal scene, thanks to a tip from Jena Malone’s character, a role that was cut out of the original film.
This is not to say that the Batman v Superman extended-cut viewing experience is a disappointment. All the things that made it visually spectacular are there.
And then there’s Doomsday. Watching this movie again reminds the audience of the gutsy call to kill Superman, something that shouldn’t have been a surprise because, well, Doomsday was in the movie, and he’s a monster most famous for killing Superman in the comics. It remains a movie that wasn’t as bad as everyone said it was, and that was not nearly as good as it could have been. If you liked Batman versus Superman and want more, well, you’re going to have to wait for Justice League. – Washington Post