Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is currently being filmed in Detroit, and actor Henry Cavill, who is reprising his role as the Man of Steel, can be seen in pictures walking around set in costume, but with a black robe to hide the thing. From our point of view, the man looks like a Sith Lord in the flesh, and it makes him even that more awesome.

The most important thing about these images, however, is the costume itself. From what we can tell, the costume doesn't seem to look much different when compared to the one he wore in Man of Steel. Don't get it twisted, the differences are there, just not profound.

The suit is designed in such a way to allow Cavill's muscles to stand out when on the big screen. Some might say it looks ridiculous, but that's probably why Zack Snyder doesn't want the public to see Superman in costume in reality. In all honesty, we think it looks awesome, and should look even better once the movie comes out in 2016.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a direct sequel to Man of Steel, and the story is expected to continue no sooner after the destruction of Metropolis. Rumors claim that Bruce Wayne is not pleased with how Superman handled the problem in Metropolis, which caused the whole city to crumble.

Back at San Diego Comic-Con 2014, Warner Bros. and director Zack Snyder, showed attendees a short teaser of the movie, and it caused the Internet to go up in flames. The teaser shows Bruce Wayne in his armored suit, while Superman is above staring down at him, angry with red eyes.

From the trailer, we've come to summarize that both men will likely fight each other, but who would come out on top in such a battle is a different story.

Other heroes and villains.

Wonder Woman will also be in the movie, but it is not certain of her purpose. Cyborg, otherwise known as Victor Stone, will also feature in the film. However, we expect him to show up as his old self before he became Cyborg.

Lex Luthor will also be there, and we're betting he's going to cause all sorts of problems for the heroes.

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