Something, something, mass destruction, something, something snap my neck.
Source: USA Today
Warner Bros has released a "first look" at Henry Cavill's Superman in the upcoming Batman v. Superman: Ace Attorneys movie. Before you take a look at it, let me remind you that this isn't a promo image from the next Sin City movie. It's just a particularly gray day in whatever city Superman's about to destroy.
USA Today has some additional details, including that Superman will arrive in Gotham City because of his new job at the Daily Planet, and that director Zack Snyder hasn't actually filmed any scenes with Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman yet. Also, USA Today's article indicates that the movie seems a lot more focused on Superman than what rumors had previously indicated, even though Batman has top billing in the movie title.
Since I haven't bothered watching the first movie yet, I'm going to presume that the costume is basically the same, and that the nerds in the comments will spend the next few hours telling me how the costume is totally different because his sleeves are a half inch longer than they were in Man of Steel.
Superman V. Batman: Dawn of Justice hits theatres May 6, 2015.
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