Watch Henry Cavill Try to Convince Kids Superman Is Cooler than Batman

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bill-swift - February 24, 2016

We all know that Batman and Superman are going to end up on the same team by the end of Batman v Superman. Hell, it's right there in the trailer. But we can still have fun watching Henry Cavill try to convince a bunch of skeptical kids that Superman is cooler than Batman. 

That's what Cavill does in a new video to kick off the Omaze "Ultimate Batman v Superman Experience" raffle. And, seriously, it's fantastic. 

Here's a sample of the dialogue:

Cavill: Why is Batman better?

Adorable Kids: He can fly. 

Cavill: He can only fly if he falls off something. 

[Adorable kid shakes head.]

I think you've got Batman confused with Superman, haven't you? Cause Superman can fly.

Adorable Kids: Batman can fly because he's got wings.

Cavill: He kind of has wings. Cause Batman can't go up. He can only go down. 

[Cavill makes sad face.]

Superman can do both, can't he? Is Batman still better than Superman?

Adorable Kids: Yes.

You gotta love kids, man. They'll look the Man of Steel right in the face and tell him Batman is cooler. 

If you're not familiar with Omaze, it's a website that raffles off one-of-a-kind fan experiences for charity. In this case, one lucky fan and his or her friend will get to meet Ben Affleck, go for a spin in the Batmobile, ride in a helicopter with Henry Cavill, and walk the Batman v Superman red carpet with Jessie Eisenberg. Oh, and watch the movie, obviously. 

Want to find out how to enter and learn about the charities the raffle will benefit? Check out the Omaze Batman v Superman page

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