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Costume designer Michael Wilkinson put Amazonian writing into Wonder Woman's suit design, similar to how Kryptonian writing was put into Superman's suit design.

Michael Shannon, who played Zod in Man of Steel (2013) is reprising his role again as a corpse. He said that he wore a flipper like extension on his hands. He was left trapped in a porta loo on set because of his inability to use his hands but it was later revealed that he made the whole story up.

This film marks the third time that the role of Batman has been played by an Oscar-winner (Ben Affleck won best Original Screenplay for Good Will Hunting (1997) and Best Picture for Argo (2012). Christian Bale won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in The Fighter (2010). George Clooney won for Best Supporting Actor in "Syriana", as well as Best Picture for "Argo" along with Affleck. And the second time that an Oscar winner has played his butler, Alfred, Jeremy Irons won Best Actor for playing Claus von B├╝low in Reversal of Fortune (1990)) and Michael Caine won two Best Supporting Actors in "The Cider House Rules" & "Hannah & her Sisters".

This will be the first live action film to include Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman (or the Trinity) together.

This is the second superhero film that Ben Affleck has played a starring role. The first was as Matt Murdock/Daredevil in the film Daredevil (2003). Similar to Batman, Daredevil was also a martial artist and was driven to crime-fighting due to the death of a family member.

Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling, Matthew Goode, Richard Armitage, Max Martini, Armie Hammer, Jensen Ackles, Joe Manganiello, Idris Elba and Matthias Schoenaerts were all speculated to play the part of Bruce Wayne/Batman before Ben Affleck was chosen for the role.

First live action Batman film to not be released in the summer.

Dan Amboyer has been rumored as being cast as Hal Jordan/Green Lantern in the upcoming DC films, even though he's cast as "drone pilot".

Alexandra Daddario expressed interest in playing Wonder Woman.

Armie Hammer was considered for the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman. He also had signed on to play the role in George Miller's canceled film "Justice League: Mortal".

A rough cut of the film was shown for the executives at Warner Bros. They were reportedly so impressed that they not only gave the film a standing ovation, but also began negotiating a deal with Ben Affleck to have him make three solo Batman movies, rather than the original plan to make only one.

According to Batman-News, the suit of armor will be outfitted with Kryptonite and packing firepower beyond raw strength (in this case, "missiles"). The details are claimed to be secondhand from Ben Affleck's trainer on the film, Rehan Jalali. That implies these details be taken with a grain of salt, but there has been prior evidence that Snyder would be turning to Kryptonite to help even the playing field, despite keeping it absent from Man of Steel entirely.

Michael Wilkinson described the updated Superman suit in the following manner, "There are some subtle differences in the belt, the buckle and the glyph (shield). Zack Snyder loved the idea that there is some Kryptonian script embedded in the suit (at the point where the deltoid meets the bicep). He gave me this fantastic quote that he wanted us to translate into the Kryptonian script and incorporate into the suit. The quote deals with the nature of power and the responsibility that comes with it."

The movie not only shows Batman/Bruce Wayne investigating Superman/Clark Kent, but Clark investigating the Batman.

In a new trailer, Metropolis is rebuilt with a new statue of Superman in his honor.

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