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Director reveals first look at new ‘Batman’

Director reveals first look at new ‘Batman’

NEW BATMAN: Ben Affleck is the new Batman. Photo: Associated Press, Twitter

Director Zack Snyder tweeted two shots, presumably from the set of the upcoming “Batman” movie, starring Ben Affleck.

The unnamed sequel to “Man of Steel” stars 41-year-old Affleck as the Caped Crusader.

Henry Cavill is slated to play Superman. Other costars include Amy Adams and Diane Lane.

The movie is not scheduled to open until May 2016.

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