'Batman vs. Superman' Batmobile Teased Before Reveal Tomorrow

May 12, 2014
Source: Zack Snyder

Batman vs. Superman

Production on Batman vs. Superman is happening imminently, which means it's about time we get an official first look from the film. Director Zack Snyder has already talked about seeing Ben Affleck in the suit, but Warner Bros. isn't ready to reveal that just yet. However, it sounds like we're going to get our first look at the new Batmobile tomorrow as Snyder teased the reveal with a glimpse at the vehicle hidden under a tarp. However, it's been pulled back a little bit so we can see the giant tires and exhaust. It looks to have some inspiration from the Tumbler in Christopher Nolan's series, but the front is much smaller. Look!

Here's a tease of the Batmobile from Batman vs. Superman from Zack Snyder's Twitter:

Batman vs. Superman

Batman vs. Superman is directed by Zack Snyder (Man of Steel, 300) and written by Chris Terrio (Argo) with a story from David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight trilogy). Production is beginning soon in Detroit, Michigan and the sequel will be shot back-to-back with Justice League. Henry Cavill is returning as Superman along with Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne and Diane Lane from Man of Steel and Jesse Eisenberg playing iconic villain Lex Luthor. In addition, Ben Affleck is joining the film as the new Batman, along with Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. Warner Bros. releases the film on May 6th, 2016. Stay tuned.

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That's my car.

I'm Batman on May 12, 2014


I don't understand the negativity around this. It's Zack Snyders team, Ben Afflecks team and Christopher Nolan's team all working on a dark superman/batman movie.

Jon Odishaw on May 12, 2014


Well, Man Of Steel wasn't that good, and with Afflecks history, I get it. I'm however reserving judgement till the movie comes, because I think that if they manage to fit the peaces correctly, it's going to be great, good at least.

ProjectionistHP on May 12, 2014


I'm wading in and agreeing with all you gentlemen. Man of Steel was flawed yes, but never the less a good Superman film and apart from the now overused 'superheroes reducing a city into rubble' end fight, I enjoyed it. Some parts were very moving (terraformer bit). Every main person involved in this movie has past proof of brilliance so lets hope they can all collectively pull it out of the bag. I am sending them my support. And in moments of real doubt I calm myself by saying: 'Heath Ledger'.

W. on May 13, 2014


Actually Man of Steel was the best Superman film we've had in a long time. It was the absolute best Superman film if you enjoy grittier, more realistic versions. If you don't like that style, then I doubt you'll ever like these movies.

Peter Barnett on May 13, 2014


I liked the style and so on (same style in dark knight trilogy, wich is superb expect for the last part...) Movie itself just didn't do it for me

ProjectionistHP on May 14, 2014


Most people I discuss movies with online hate Snyder. And around a year or so after Dark Knight, Nolan started becoming a lot more divisive too. And I've met or talked to almost no one who likes the Affleck choice. I like them all though, so yeah I'm pretty excited.

OfficialJab on May 12, 2014


I really liked Man of Steel, and I also really like Snyder. And the majority of people I know like Affleck as the choice for batman.

Mike Jones on May 12, 2014


With you on this!

Rock n Rollllll on May 13, 2014


Wasn't too exited about this film before. But I think it's starting to build up... Looks like a badass dragracer.

ProjectionistHP on May 12, 2014


You'd think they'd just use Nolan's batmobile to pull in the fans. And because it kicks ass. Do they not have the rights to use it?

ds NYC on May 12, 2014


I hate that thing.

OfficialJab on May 12, 2014


Yeah, but Man of Steel was basically suckling at Nolan's dark shadowy teet; meanwhile they won't just throw in the most obvious link to the Dark Knight trilogy? Also just pay My Cocaine/Michael Cain $3million for a cameo as Alfred; that'll guarantee an extra $10million at the box office due to the Nolan-confusion.

ds NYC on May 12, 2014


There is no link to the TDK trilogy.

Brian Sleider on May 12, 2014


I dont need a car, *hint, hint* 😉

I'm Superman on May 12, 2014


At least I don't have an image problem...

I'm Batman on May 12, 2014


That is clearly not the Tumbler. This car looks more like a elongated dune buggy. The Tumbler was wider and square shaped, this car tapers to the front, more like an Indy car.

DAVIDPD on May 12, 2014



Isildur_of_Numenor on May 12, 2014


Is that the one they used in Batman Forever?

capitandelespacio on May 12, 2014


It's looking like the old bat mobile.

IamSlave on May 12, 2014


The Tumbler was great, but its had its time. I'm excitedly curious to see what this will look like.

Rock n Rollllll on May 13, 2014

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