‘Batman V Superman’: Designer Jose Fernandez On Creating Batman’s Suit

Ben Affleck Batman Suit

Some of the most fascinating aspects of superhero films are the costumes. Whether it’s the superhero outfits or the the outfits of their supporting cast, costume design is one of the most integral part of filmmaking.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice called upon Jose Fernandez, founder of Ironhead Studio, to create the costumes for the movie. In a recent video interview during the Monsterpalooza costumes convention, Fernandez spoke about how the Batsuit worn by Ben Affleck specifically, took eight months to make. There were several stages, which included a full body scan.

“I love the challenge. I really like something that’s new. And if I have done it, I like to see where else I can push it. You know, what’s the next thing.”

You can watch the full video interview below!

However, Fernandez says that he and his studio did not receive any onscreen credit for their work. This is disappointing given that it took a lot of hard work to make the Batsuit and it’s obvious that a lot of detail went into creating the look. It’s nice to see that by bringing the suit to a convention, that Fernandez will finally be recognized.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is now available to own on Blu-Ray, DVD, and Digital HD.

Source: Tested via Batman-News

6 Bat Family Members Who Deserve Their Own Solo Films

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Bat Family Deserve Solo Film
The DC Extended Universe continues to grow, with one of the most recent surprises being that of the announcement of Joss Whedon taking the reigns on a Batgirl solo movie. In addition to this, there’s been talks of a Nightwing project from The Lego Batman Movie helmer Chris McKay. These two characters are crucial elements to the Batman mythos as well as members of the Bat Family. There have been several characters that have been a part of the Bat Family in different ways and many of them have the potential to have films of their own. If the DCEU decided to give them their own solo projects it is best to look at the few that a solo film could really work in their favor. Not all characters deserve solo films, but these following ones certainly do. Here are 6 Bat Family members who deserve their own solo films

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Mae Abdulbaki

Mae Abdulbaki

Mae Abdulbaki is an entertainment journalist and Weekend Editor at Heroic Hollywood. She's a geek, a lover of words, superheroes, and all things entertainment.

  • Jordan Victoriano

    DC better bring back Ironhead for The Batman. His Justice League cowl is garbage and he can’t turn his head like he could in BvS. That’s unacceptable.