Ben Affleck is suffering on the set of the Batman Vs Superman movie as he has to wear the most uncomfortable bat suit ever.
Going insane=batman Yussss bum dum tisssss sorry guys :p
Didn't they learn anything from Nolan's bat suit? That suit was flexible and light
I imagine the suit (any of them) aren't particularly comfortable. I just hope it's good enough they can get some good fight scenes out of it!
You're right i remember Bale said he almost passed out a few times in the Dark knight rises suit. A suit that was suppose to have the appearance of a very comfortable armor. Patrick Wilson looked pretty stiff in the Night Owl suit. In fact he couldn't even turn his head yet the fight scenes looked friggin badass! I'm sure they'll find a way to make it work. At least i hope. I really don't want another robot looking Batman. What i don't get is what is so different about these suits as opposed to the Man of Steel suits. I've seen pics of Cavill (In his MoS suit) on his knee taking pictures with a kid. No matter what, if a suit was uncomfortable he wouldn't be able to bend down to a little kids height. So wtf are these new suits made of that Affleck can't even breath??
I think it's because they're more form fitting and snugger. Not to mention some added padding which could make it ore difficult to bend some limbs properly. The Superman suit can't really be compared to this. That's all Cavill in that suit. No padding and it's really is just form fitted cloth
It can't be any worse that the Spider-man suit. Garfield and Robot McGuire were both going crazy in the full suit. Although at least the spider-man suit is way lighter than the Batsuit. I believe Michael Keaton also complained about being stuck in his Batsuit. Cavill has it easy there is nothing covering his face.
Lol robot Mcguire?
I feel so sorry for the Dufus, I'm sure the millions of dollars they are paying him to wear it will help ease his "pain" what a peice of shit fluff article, i hope the author of it stubbs their toe really hard
the following procedure could ease their pain: 1) stop whining 2) make new batsuit
Couldn't they just have him wear a cgi suit, and make the batsuit out of cgi?
I think that would be brutal. I'd much rather it was a real suit.
Well they could, but it might look a bit unnatural. Ryan Reynolds looked cross-eyed whenever he had the Green Lantern Mask on. Then again the Kryptonian armor in MoS looked pretty good in CGI. Idk i'm still leaning more towards a real suit.
Despite the criticisms, I understood the CGI Green Lantern suit. But yeah, couldve been much better visually.
Noooooo, not that again. That looked awful in Man of Steel. They couldn't even track the position right, especially in Zod's first scene.
I don't see a big problem. Most of these super-suits are hard to get on and off. I remember in the original Spider-mans he was actually sown into his suit. He had to be sown in and cut out every time. He said the same thing about bathroom breaks. He tried not to go because the process slowed everything down. Actors should know by now the suit is going to be a process to get used to all on its own before even acting in them. But if never worn one obviously lol so I can only say my thoughts on it
no wonder that suit sux :v
They should have fixed problems with suits by now. But Superman Wins everytime:)
The suit probably weighs close to or over 100 pounds like every other batsuit, combine walking around in that all day ANNNNND having your face covered.Cavill has it easy his costume shouldn't be that heavy and doesn't require a full head piece on top of that
I'm driven mad by their choice of affleck for batman.
He could just... quit and spare the world an awful Batman
Ben affleck in his mind say "just think of the money that small island won't pay for it self just think of the money damn I need to pee"
Bale got frequent migraines from wearing it in the Nolan movies. Part of the job.
Why after all these iterations are they not capable of making a good looking, yet functional suit?
Well....I mean, it is fictional. No outfit could possibly look, let alone function, like the batsuit and still be easy to wear. They either have to make it look great and horrible to wear or make it look like the 1979 movie Captain America's outfit. lol
They have a massive budget though. They could hire military people that build high tech suits, armor, etc... they could get ideas from cosplay for looks, or find new material. Plus it doesn't need to do EVERYTHING at once. They could have a "standard" one, then have special ones for certain actions. Then a few film tricks and bam it's great looking all around. I mean it's only Batman that ever has major issues with the suit. Never really hear that issue elsewhere. :P
They're still always going to go with the suit that looks like molded plastic for maximum visual appeal.
Cosplayers make terrible costumes but even theyre more comfortable to wear, lol.
I am offended by your flippant use of the term 'driven mad'. I myself was driven mad years ago and I can tell you it is not some fun thing to be joked about. It is a daily struggle. If I do not recieve an apology within 24 hours I will shout a formal complaint into a jar, seal it, tie it around the neck of my pet Unicorn and send him flying away to the palace of the great Pudding King, who will be so offended by your actions here he will see you are never invited to another electric pudding party.
Im currently high enuff 2 know EXACTLY wut you mean!! Seriously thought, this made me LOL.
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