The actors, who play Dean and Jess respectively in the hit television show and now are working on its return, are seen siding with their favorite hero in a recent clip uploaded to Facebook.
The promotional clip from Warner Bros. shows Ventimiglia siding with Batman, saying, "I think crazy vigilante versus alien that keeps off of sunlight, krypton or not, Batman's going to win."
Padalecki, on the other hand, sided with Superman, saying simply "Superman is the man of steel."
Here’s what the boys think! What do you think? Batman or Superman? Tell us in the comments below and don’t forget to go see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in theaters March 25th! #WhoWillWinPosted by Gilmore Girls on Monday, March 21, 2016
The clip comes shortly after actress Sutton Foster reported her experience working on the Gilmore Girls set as it produces a four-part revival for Netflix. "The first time I walked into Stars Hollow was crazy. Beyond," she said.
"I was walking by and being like 'There's Lorelai's house! There's the Jeep! Oh my gosh, there's Kim's Antiques! Oh my gosh, there's Luke's Diner!' You know, I'm a big super nerd. It's really cool walking through."
Foster will appear in two episodes of the four, which each represent a different season. Original stars Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel will return to their Gilmore Girls roles as Lorelai and Rory Gilmore alongside Scott Patterson, Keiko Agena and Yanic Truesdale.