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Batman, Superman To Star In Film Together

Warner Bros. Pictures announced that a sequel to this summer’s blockbuster Man of Steel would feature Superman teaming up with Batman, with the film slated to begin production next year. What do you think?

  • “It would be cool if they swapped uniforms.”

    Del Chabria
    Seasonal Farmworker
  • “It’s like Warner Bros. knows what I want before I do.”

    Owen Sims
    Jewelry Salesperson
  • “Good. I’ve wasted too many years cutting together Superman and Batman Begins into one cohesive film.”

    Beverly Uddo
    Laryngologist
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