Batman VS Superman [PHOTOS]: Every Clark Kent, Dark Knight Movie, TV Actor Morphed Into The Ultimate Super-Face!
By Staff Writer | September 06, 2013 03:38 PM EDT
As "Batman vs. Superman" movie heats up in the news, Reddit user morphinapg is taking the time to create the ultimate Batman and Superman by combining the faces of every actor who's ever played the role.
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For Superman, the Reddit user took the faces of Christopher Reeve, Dean Cain, Tom Welling, Brandon Routh, and Henry Cavil, and combined them using Photoshop to create an image of Superman through times.
Given that "Batman Vs. Superman" movie is beginning its casting process, with Ben Affleck being Batman, this is a highly appropriate, and comical, look at the "real" face of Batman and Superman.
Speaking of Batman, morphinapg has also done the same for Bruce Wayne, combining Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Christian Bale, and Ben Affleck to create the face.
Currently, the sequel to "Man of Steel," "Batman Vs. Superman" is looking for a love interest to star opposite Ben Affleck.
Slash Film confirms that the Zack Snyder movie will bring back Laurence Fishburne, Diane Lane, as well as Amy Adams to support Superman, played by Henry Cavill.
"They're looking for someone in their late 20s and are open to all ethnicities... They're being very specific and looking for an actress who is both tall and possesses physicality," says the casting breakdown according to Latino Review.
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