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'Batman v. Superman' extra reveals Lex Luthor's plans with General Zod dead body

According to Tech Times on Sunday, with production of Zack Snyder's "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" in full force in Detroit, there are some things that keep getting revealed on the internet. It seems a set extra has mentioned some plot information about Lex Luthor's plan for General Zod's body. To note, this is only rumor that could entail the plot of the super villains ploy and other information involving Bruce Wayne's acquisition of Kryptonian combat items.

Henry Cavill as Superman in 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice'
Photo courtesy of Warner Brothers Entertainment, Inc., Ratpa C-Dune Entertianment LLC and RATPAC Entertaintment, LLC. Photo by Clay Enos

It seems as though in the aftermath from the battle that had occurred between Superman and Zod, Lex Luthor had managed to gather up debris from the World Engine, the dual mechanism that worked in a synchronous fashion in order to terraform the Earth into a Krypton-like environment. Also, the set extra additional mentioned that Luther has managed to acquire Zod's dead body and use its tissue to create Doomsday.

Another thing to note, the extra said that Batman had snuck into Lexcorp in order to acquire kryptonite, for obvious reasons of course. It was also mentioned Batman may have achieved gaining General Zod's armor in addition to Zod's comrade's suits, too. Thus making the likelihood Luthor's iconic robotic suit. Some DC Comics fans may remember such a contraption in the story lines.

Also, the end of the film has already been shot, but the extra never did find out how it would all end. There are also theories on how the movie will begin. It is thought that it'll end during a time where Superman and General Zod's fight is winding down, which thus explains why in some of the Detroit footage one can see Bruce Wayne saving a little girl from a falling structure.

Interestingly enough, with the rumors about Lex supposedly "inventing" Doomsday, in the comic book story line, he was actually an alien scientist named Bertron who had operated his experiments on Krypton thousands of years ago. He had many failed attempts at making the ultimate being to finally have created Doomsday, a life form that was impossible to kill without being brought back to life more fearsome than ever.

"Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" opens in theaters come March 25, 2016.