Last week Warner Bros. surprised the world when they revealed that Jesse Eisenberg would play Lex Luthor in Batman vs. Superman. Since the movie was announced information about the story has been very slim. But now, thanks to Latino Review, we have what could be the first details about Lex Luthor and Bruce Wayne. Latino Review warns that some of their exclusive info could change, since Chris Terrio is currently rewriting some of the script. If you’re interested in learning more about Lex Luthor and Bruce Wayne in Batman vs. Superman, read on…
Lex Luthor is BALD. His head is shaven to be exact. But that is not all. He has another physical trait. You see, Lex Luthor is also into body art and has a detailed sleeve tattoo of the Metropolis skyline on his right arm. Lex is also the richest man on the planet who became a self made billionaire at 18. Lex is currently the CEO of Lexcorp who is one part tech genius, one part ruthless business man and two parts Metropolis street tough. Yes, street tough.
We meet Lex early on in the story when Bruce Wayne first pays him a visit at his 125th floor penthouse located inside Lexcorp Tower. Lex is sitting at his desk in front of an array of computer screens. Bruce considers Superman an impressive specimen. Lex considers him an alien, and a trespasser that doesn’t belong on this planet. Superman is just one of the reasons Bruce came to visit Metropolis. He has an interest in the city’s tragic circumstances. More like profitable circumstances according to Lex.
The rebuilding of Metropolis is Bruce Wayne’s main priority and is in town to help. Bruce believes pooling their resources would better serve the citizens of Metropolis and Bruce is willing to put his differences with Lex aside and let bygones be bygones.
Latino Review goes on to state that Lex Luthor thinks that Superman can be killed, while Bruce Wayne feels that there could be a more peaceful resolution to the Superman problem. Perhaps Luthor will reach out to a Dark Knight for help? Just a heads up… none of this is confirmed, it’s all just a rumor for now. You can read even more about it at the source link below.
SOURCE: Latino Review