Forget rumors of Matt Damon playing Aquaman or a fast-tracked release date for the now-confirmed Justice League movie for a moment and let’s look at what’s real. Batman vs. Superman, the followup to Man of Steel, is beginning to shoot soon. And in it, Ben Affleck’s Batman is getting a brand new Batmobile design.
With all of the buzz surrounding Batman vs. Superman focused on release dates and casting rumors, little attention has been spent on one of the most iconic vehicles of all-time. In Tim Burton’s original Batman films, Michael Keaton’s Bruce Wayne had a comic book inspired, curvy long-form signature car. It was inspired by ’30s Salt Flat Racers and ’50s Sting Rays, augmented with jet and military hardware. It was awesome for its time. Skip forward a decade and a half to Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy and Christian Bale’s caped crusader was given a much beefier machine, more tank than car. It also was awesome for its time.
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