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Anyone else think that Batman might've gone Red Hood at the end there? 

The game developer, NetherRealm is set to introduce its "Gear System," which aims to allow players to "build their own version of Superman, their Batman and ultimately, their Injustice Universe." 
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Commissioner Gordon is about to be ripped, guys. J.K. Simmons is clearly not taking this role lightly.

Simmons is 61-years-old. When I'm 61, I'll be somewhere on a white sandy beach with a bottomless bucket of beers on ice within arms reach, and a fat Cuban cigar hangin' out my mouth, with my biggest worry being whether to switch over to Cadillac Margaritas before or after taking a dip in the Caribbean waters. A guy can dream, right? Check out a couple more shots of Simmons in action on his training regimen below:


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Via: ComicBook
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Not really sure what is happening here -- did Baffleck finally lose his senses altogether? -- but during an interview with Spanish-language news outlet Cines Argentinos, Ben Affleck offered up the following response when asked about his plans for the untitled, future solo Batman project:

“I think what I would do is, I would probably do in some ways what Zack [Snyder] did with this movie, which is to borrow great stories from the great comic books but create an original story around it. I wouldn’t want fans to already know the story, but I would borrow — steal — great things that have been done before in the comics.”

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Via: Empire
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Batman: The Killing Joke might just be one of the most anticipated Batman graphic novels adapted to animation, of all time. The 1988 graphic novel was written by Alan Moore with art by Brian Bolland. Empire managed to steal some time with Mark Hamill, who provides the voiceover for Joker in the animation adaptation:

"I can't imagine how people are going to react to this, because I'm a Killing Joke purist. When they first talked about it, I said, "The only way we can do this is as a book on tape so that we honor every comma, every word, every letter, every syllable of Alan Moore's script. We can add music and special effects to enhance it." They kind of said, "What are you talking about? Nobody is doing this as a book on tape. It's not commercially viable for us to do it that way. See if you can get the rights and record it in your basement or something if that's what you want to do. This story has to be expanded." If we just adapted The Killing Joke as an animated film, it would maybe be fifty-five minutes. They've actually done a really incredible job of supplementing it with Barbara Gordon/Batgirl material."



Hamill also offered up his thoughts on how surprised he was at the edginess of Batgirl:

"Even that surprised me, how edgy the Batgirl material was. This is not your father's Batman. The one regret I have is that if I was nine years old, there's nothing I would rather see more, yet it reallyisn't for kids. I hope people understand when they say it's R-rated, they mean it."

Check out the rest of the interview featuring other cast members over here!

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