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Nov 14, 2013 01:19 PM EST | James Knight
Batman Vs Superman has already started filming, and it’s only a matter of time before Ben Affleck dawns the brand new Bat-Suit. Meanwhile, wife Jennifer Garner is heading to Washington, to help underprivileged kids. The couple appear to be sticking it out, despite cheating and divorce rumors.
Without a doubt, the new Bat-Suit is one of the most buzzed about elements of the new Batman Vs Superman film. Comicbook writer and Batman super-fan Kevin Smith has gotten to see his good buddy, Ben Affleck, in the new Bat-Suit. He recently bragged about the experience on his webcast, Hollywood Babble-On:
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"I don't want to give anything away cause that is up to them and stuff, but I am going to say this...I instantly bear hugged [Snyder]. You have not seen this costume in film before. Because every other movie has done this Matrix-y black armor thing...There wasn't a single nipple on this f**king suit man. I think everyone is gonna be like 'Holy S--t!' We haven't been down this path before. Even the Hardest core 'f--k this movie' person will be like 'alright, I'm ready!'"
Reports of leaked casting sides suggest that they are currently looking for someone to play Ben Affleck's love interest. Olga Kurylenko, Fast and Furious' Gal Gadot and French actress Elodie Yung are some of the names that are reportedly up for the part. However, it has also been reported that the actresses may actually be up for the part of Wonder Woman.
While Ben Affleck is off playing superhero, his wife Jennifer Garner is off fighting the good fight on Capitol Hill. The mother of three has taken a vested interest in early childhood education and is now helping Iowa Democrat, Sen. Tom Harkin, promote the subject. Garner appeared on CNN's New Day, where she spoke about the issue:
“The playing field for kids in America is not equal. Without starting from the very beginning and getting an earlier start on their education, they have very little chance of catching up if they start as far behind as they’re starting in kindergarten.”
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