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‘Justice League’ Update: Snyder Shows New Batman Photo, Aquaman Reveals Favorite Co-Star [VIDEO]

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Director Zack Snyder recently posted a picture of Batman's costume that actor Ben Affleck will use in "Justice League" and it looks like a masterpiece. Also, Aquaman reveals who among his co-stars in the movie he loved working with the most.

According to Comic Book, the costume of Batman has come a long way ever since the first Batman movie with Michael Keaton as the caped crusader. The overall aesthetic is the same but they always change the materials for it to be more realistic and for the actor to feel more comfortable while wearing it. Snyder posted a picture of the costume that will be used in "Justice League" and the detail in the cape is impressive and designers chose to slim down the cowl a little bit with each iteration.

Now that production has wrapped up for "Justice League," Jason Momoa recently revealed a lot of details in an interview including who he loved working with the most. Out of the star-studded cast that included Gal Gadot, Jeremy Irons, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Willem Dafoe, Connie Nielsen and Diane Lane, Momoa singled out Ezra Miller as someone he treated as his little brother.

Speaking of The Flash, a behind the scenes photo surfaced online and confirmed that Flash's hometown, Central City will be making an appearance in "Justice League." The photo sees cinematographer Fabian Wagner working on the production of the movie with a man staring somewhere and a camera crane behind him. There is a large highway sign that reads "City Limit: CENTRAL CITY" and another sign after that reads, "Reduce Speed Ahead," Movie Web reported.

"Justice League" tells the story of Batman recruiting a group of humans with supernatural powers to unite against a powerful enemy. Check out this high definition trailer for the superhero movie scheduled to hit theaters on Nov. 17:

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