Happy 4th of July! #tbt #manofsteel #manofsteelmovie #slr #vscocam http://t.co/vTN9Igw1vX pic.twitter.com/q6TdFaky5oWhoa. Here we thought we had seen every gorgeous shot of Henry as Man of Steel, obviously we were wrong. Set photographer Clay Enos, today tweeted this patriotic photo from his archive. Definitely set off the fireworks for us. Hot, hot, oh SO HOT. Not to be left behind, Gal Gadot shared her own beautiful pic, along with a greeting to her American fans. Thanks Wonder Woman, look forward to seeing you dressed in red, white and blue.
— Clay Enos (@ClayEnos) July 4, 2014
Happy 4th of July USA! #4thofJuly pic.twitter.com/eRIdy19kCe
— Gal Gadot (@GalGadot) July 4, 2014
A day later we're still swooning HARD over the first official look at Henry in Batman v Superman. After focusing on the subtle changes made to his suit, we're moving on to the guessing game about where Zack Snyder may be going with Man of Steel next. In his new interview with USA Today, the director mentioned Henry is more comfortable in the role this time around, adding: "We've both created this guy and we can push him around a little bit." Could that mean a more mature and weathered Superman? - like the internet has pointed out, Henry's new look is similar to that of the Superman from Kingdom Come. What do you think?
Now that we've gotten a first look at Batman and Superman, we're guessing filming outside of the Michigan Motion Picture Studios can't be that far away. Checking in with what's happening in Detroit, here are the latest pics from the set that's under construction in that city's downtown area (watch a local report). We feel the excitement building!
Image: @BananadocImages: @Yendor187
These are the most recent pics from the Kent farm outside of Chicago, courtesy of @CoolinChicago. Filming there is not expected to take place until this fall, but we're keeping an eye on it, just in case.
And because our wrap wouldn't be complete without a Lex sighting... Daniel Perez posted this pic on his Instagram (mrdjtango) Friday, adding: "About to shoot a quick scene with my boy" #Jesse Eisenberg #BatmanvsSuperman. It's a busy time in Detroit.
Expect official announcements from both Marvel Studios and Warner Bros’ DC Entertainment division, along with new footage and “surprise” cast appearances.
We're trying not to get too excited about the possibility of seeing new Batman v Superman footage, because this is us if it happens..
We'll be more than happy with any superhero-related news Warner Bros. delivers in Hall H. San Diego, here we come!