'Batman vs. Superman' Batsuit Update: Fans React To Ben Affleck's New 'Man of Steel 2' Costume (PHOTOS)

By  May 13, 2014 09:12 PM EDT
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Zack Snyder released this image of the Batmobile on his official Twitter account.

The first photo of Ben Affleck as Batman hasn't even been out for 24 hours and fans have already manipulated the Batsuit image.

Fans are chiming in on Twitter, giving their thoughts of the new "Batman vs. Superman" costume, which was released by film director Zack Snyder. Despite the casting backlash Affleck faced early on, the response to the image has been overwhelmingly positive.

Some eager Batman fans have already edited color into the image based off of rumors the Batsuit was grey and blue. Check out some of the edited images in the slideshow above.

However, there are fans that remain unimpressed by Affleck and his new suit. Check out the range of reactions from Twitter users below.

Sadly, Snyder has yet to release images of Gal Gadot in her new Wonder Woman armor and Henry Cavill's redesigned Superman costume. However, the director has been teasing fans about the costumes for a while. Most recently, Snyder talked to Forbes film Mark Hughes about his reaction to seeing all three costumes together for screen tests.

"The thing also that's really fascinating for me is that, even just in the tests we've been doing, the costumes, right? You basically have Batman and Superman - and this is without Ben [Affleck] and Henry [Cavill] in the costumes, but just like the stand-ins, just testing to see what the costumes look like," Snyder told Forbes. "And you have them standing there and they're standing in the same shot - and then we have Wonder Woman, you know, all three of them in the same shot. Even just for a test, you really have to go, 'Wow, that's crazy!'"

"Not only is it the first time that I'm seeing them, it's the first time they've ever existed together on screen in a movie," he added. "And that's kind of a huge deal. Even just Batman and Superman standing next to each other... [I]t's kind of epic. You do sort of sense the weight of the pop culture iconography jumping out of its skin when you're standing there looking at the two of them and Wonder Woman. It's crazy. But it's fun. I mean, I have the first photo, I've got it in my archive because I was like, 'Okay, I better keep this, it's gonna be worth something."

"Batman vs. Superman" will be released to theaters on May 6, 2016.

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