Batman Vs Superman director Zack Snyder released the first image of Ben Affleck wearing Batman’s new Batsuit and we want to know why he looks so moody in all of these pictures we’ve found him in.
Information and images from Batman Vs Superman have been extremely elusive since the announcement that the film would be hitting theaters in 2016. But now we’ve seen a teaser for the new Batmobile and finally a shot of Ben Affleck wearing the new Batsuit.
Now that Affleck can finally show off his new suit, he’s been making his way through many of our favorite TV shows and movies. Check out what Batman has to say about some of our most emotional fandom moments:
Director Zack Snyder has done an excellent job finding great talent for his new film, so we’ll be curious to see how the Batman Vs Superman film turns out. Let us know what you think of the new Batsuit and which of the images above are your favorite in the comments below!
Batman Vs Superman’s release date is set for May 6, 2016. Man of Steel actor Henry Cavill will return to battle with Ben Affleck as Batman.
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