'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice'
A poster of 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice." Facebook/ Batman v. Superman: Dan of Justice

A picture of Bruce Wayne’s father with family from “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” has surfaced online. The picture teases a flashback scene that set Bruce on the path of becoming a superhero.

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A new set of pictures posted on Comic Book Movie includes a picture of Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Bruce’s (Ben Affleck) father Thomas Wayne in a flash back scene. The scene appears to be of the night when Thomas was shot, leaving a traumatised Bruce to find a way to rid Gotham of all the criminals.

There are also pictures of Bruce’s new home near a lake, a shot of the billionaire in the Batcave and more pictures of the Batmobile. There are also pictures of the Daily Planet, where Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) and Lois (Amy Adams) work, along with pictures of some of the other cast members and locations in the movie.

Meanwhile, cast members Affleck and Cavill spoke about their movie at the Good Morning America program. A video of their interview posted on ABC News, shows the actors talking about preparing to play their parts in the movie and more.

Affleck was asked if he got any advice from actors who have played the Caped Crusader before. Affleck said that George Clooney’s advice was “not repeatable” and Christian Bale apparently told him to get a zipper installed in his costume. The actor appears to have used Bale’s advice for his “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” costume.

When asked whether it will be a fair fight between the two superheros in the movie, Affleck said that his character will take advantage of the fact that his rival is a “good guy.”

Talking about getting into shape for “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Affleck said that Cavill set a “high bar” with his body building. He, however, pointed out that Cavill had to have such a body because he is playing “an alien,” and the bar for him was lower because he was playing a character who is only human.