Batman, Casey Jones, Deadshot, Jubilee, Jean Grey, Nightcrawler – A Wealth Of Character Reveals

Have you been wondering what your favorite characters will look like in live-action? Wonder no more as we’ve got a look at pretty much everyone.

We’ve seen black and white shots of Ben Affleck’s Batman. We’ve seen his battle armor and a glimpse of his cowl, but thanks to a leaked promo shot we finally have a nice, clear look at him in costume.

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Everyone’s been saying for a while now how much he looks like Frank Miller’s Dark Knight Returns costume, but actually, aside from the logo, he looks much more like the design from the Arkham video games.

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Micheal Bay Jonathan Liebesman’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film was divisive to say the least. One of the sticking points for many fans was the design of the Turtles themselves – too busy, too tall, not exactly like the cartoon, etc (full disclosure – I dug the designs more than the movie, which I didn’t completely hate.) I don’t think anyone’s going to complain about Arrow‘s Stephen Amell when he shows up as Casey Jones though.

That mask might be the most comic accurate anything outside of the Sin City films.

After the not exactly positive reaction to Jared Leto’s Joker in the upcoming Suicide Squad movie we were all a bit curious how director David Ayer would portray the rest of the team. Thanks to a paparazzo on the set we know what Will Smith’s Deadshot will look like, at least in his weirdly 70s civilian clothes.

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Smith’s Deadshot still has both eyes and his with his young daughter, so this is probably early in the film or a flashback to happier times.

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Bryan Singer is taking the X-Men to the 80s in next year’s X-Men: Apocalypse, so it only makes sense for the team (featuring younger versions of the characters we already know) to rock some totally radical outfits.

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Damn, Jubilee looks perfect. And she’s hanging out at Space Port, a real 80s arcade that I spent more money at than I’d like to think about.

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What do you guys think? Anything you love or hate?

1 Comment

  1. I worked for Spaceport. I played all the golden age arcade games there from Dragon’s Lair to Moon Patrol there, too, as a kid. I am totally floored to see the Philly-based arcade chain featured in the new film, that is unbelievable. Much love.

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