The New Batmobile - level 3

The New Batmobile - level 3

12-06-2015 15:00

The latest version of the Batmobile has been revealed.

“Ladies and gentlemen, the Batmobile!”

Warner Brothers has unveiled the vehicle which will appear in next year's film “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”. The big display was made in Las Vegas where journalists and fans gathered to snap the first pictures of the famed vehicle.

The Batmobile has been through several incarnations since his debut in the 1930’s. This is what it looked like for the “Dark Knight”.

The vehicle, which should be driven by Ben Affleck in the 2016 film, is reminiscent of a military-style tank.

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” is scheduled for release on the 25th March. It is the follow-up to last year's “Man of Steel” which grossed $668 million dollars in worldwide ticket sales. The film will see Henry Cavil reprise his role as Superman opposite actor and director Ben Affleck as Batman.

Difficult words: unveil (to show something to the public for the first time), dawn (the first appearance of light), justice (fairness in the way people are treated), gather (to come together), incarnation (life, “version”), reminiscent (to be similar to), scheduled (to be planned), gross (to earn), reprise (to repeat).


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