Ben Affleck Speaks on Batman’s Tactical Suit in Justice League

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Batman has been played by many different actors over many years, but one of the most memorable and unique ones we’ve seen is Ben Affleck’s Batman in Batman V Superman, and briefly in Suicide Squad. He was also one of the best parts of BvS (not that there was TOO much about that movie that was great if we’re being real).

From his suit, to the Batcave, and even to the Batmobile, everything was different, and fans loved it. And now, a few weeks back, Zack Snyder decided to take to the web and tease fans with a picture of a new tactical batsuit that Batffleck will be using in next year’s Justice League film, which excited fans even more.

We spoke about how cool it was before, but we just want to say that it’s SUPER cool once more. Just looking at it, you can tell there’s a lot more armor and protection on it, and the cowl and eyes are altered as well. We’ve been wondering why, but while out promoting his new film The Accountant, he spoke a bit about his new suit in Justice League:

“There’s two suits in Justice League. One we’ve seen before, and then one that he creates because of the nature of the mission… Which I can’t give away. But it was a chance for them to play with the suit and add elements to it, and tech it out. I thought they did a really good job.”

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So apparently there’s still more enhancements in this suit to look forward to. That’s not surprising, but we’re still stoked about that news. Batman has always been known to make new suits according to the situation at hands, so it’s good to see that’s being included in these films. We only hope the rest of the film is as good as the suit.

Justice League Part One is scheduled to release on November 17th, 2017.

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