Kevin Smith Says The New Batsuit In BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE Uses Cloth
In a new Fat Man on Batman podcast (with special guest Neal Adams), Kevin Smith dropped yet another hint about Batfleck's new getup, stating that it utilizes cloth in the suit and "it works". Check it out!
During the latest Fat Man on Batman, Kevin Smith described the new Batsuit that will be featured in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (once again). While most of the description was filled with bits fans noticed from the released picture, Smith did drop another new detail about the suit. "They're doing that one for the next movie.", Said Smith as he pointed to a statue from The Dark Knight Returns: Hunt For The Dark Knight (below), "Like he looks like that.". When Neal Adams brought up the fan film Batman: Dead End (video below), Smith said, "I'm telling you, that’s what they're doing in this new movie Batman movie. It's him in material. None of this body armor shit.". This new bit is something that some fans have speculated since the release of the image, as wrinkles in the "cloth" are visible in the suit. During the podcast, Kevin Smith and Neal Adams also discussed the previous Batman films (both have a disliking for all of them except for Batman Beings and The Dark Knight). When discussing Arrow, Adams praised it for "...being open to ideas" (he specifically pointed out the mystery behind Speedy), but also shared some of his critisisms of season one. He revealed that he has even sent in suggestions to the show's writers.
Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice is scheduled to be released in movie theaters on May 6, 2016.
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