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The Batmobile heading to Metropolis? Snyder teases car for Batman vs Superman

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With Batman facing Superman in the upcoming sequel of Man of Steel (which most just call Batman vs Superman), it looks like the Dark Knight will be bringing his trusty car along. Director Zach Synder revealed today an image of a dark looking car under a tarp. If you have not been able to guess it yet, this vehicle can only be the Batmobile. In Snyder's update, the Man of Steel director merely teases the car. While you can only see the back end of the vehicle, it seem that the Batmobile won't be under that cover for long as Snyder made this remark with the reveal:

"Could be time to pull the tarp...Tomorrow?"

So not only is the Batmobile going to be in the upcoming film, but it seems that fans will get to see the iconic vehicle in all of its glory tomorrow. While this film already has its naysayers awaiting to criticize everything about film, even those critics have to be excited to to see the reveal of the Batmobile. In any case, fans can only imagine what the Batmobile looks like under the tarp. Perhaps we get that answer tomorrow as more on this new Batmobile is revealed.

There is still nothing on the film's plot, but the movie will feature a big time ensemble; featuring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, Jesse Eisenberg, Laurence Fishburne, Jermey Irons, Gal Gadot, Holly Hunter, Jason Momoa, Callan Mulvay, Tao Okamoto and Ray Fisher.

Hopefully we'll see the Batmobile ride into action in "Batman vs Superman"; which is expected to hit theaters on May 6, 2016.

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