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New images of Henry Cavill as Clark Kent on Batman v.Superman set

New set pics reveal new shots of last week's reveal
New set pics reveal new shots of last week's reveal

Batman v.Superman: Dawn of Justice continues to pick up momentum in production. Since the film changed it release date to Spring of 2016, Dawn of Justice has been releasing more and more content. To be precise, the film has been releasing set pics for the upcoming film. Recently, the movie has featured images showing off Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne, and last week images of Clark Kent in Gotham City were revealed. Henry Cavill is yet again front and center in the latest update as more set pics have been revealed.

From, the site has revealed new images of Clark Kent. The pics feature Clark out and about as he looks to be reporting. After further examination, it looks as though the images are part of last week set as Clark talking to a woman in front of the Gotham City Jail. So in this case, these new images just give viewers a new perspective from previous images oppose to showing off something new about the film. As updates go, there is not much to see. Aside from being a new perspective on set pics, this may not have moviegoers talking. Then again, at this stage of the game, set pics being revealed does makes sense.All in all, these new images only further the content on this anticipated blockbuster.

Batman v.Superman continues the story started in Man of Steel. Now that Clark Kent has dawn the role of Superman, the world of the kryptonian is about to get a little bigger as the hero comes to face to face with The Dark Knight himself: Batman. Along with Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck, the film stars Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne, Jesse Eisenberg, Diane Lane, Jermey Irons and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.

What do you think? Do you like the new images of Henry Cavill as Clark Kent/Superman? Express your thoughts in the comments below. Batman v.Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters on March 25, 2016.

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