Just yesterday, it was revealed that /batman-v-superman-dawn-justice-doomsday/Doomsday will appear in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice as a villain. He is apparently the 'muscle' behind main bad guy Lex Luthor, played by Jesse Eisenberg. A new report claims that Doomsday won't be doing all the fighting, though. Lex will, in fact, be suiting up in his iconic green and purple Warsuit as seen in the DC Comics.

So far, not much has been revealed about Jesse Eisenberg's take on the classic Superman villain Lex Luthor. Director Zack Snyder has teased that this will be a different Lex than we've ever seen before. He is described as a captain of industry, though it isn't known if this Lex is a man of talk or a man of action. If we're to believe the latest rumor from JoBlo, he will definitely be suiting up to fight both title heroes in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, wearing his traditional green and purple warsuit from the comics.

The war suit used on screen is said to be very similar to several of the warsuit variations from the comics, but it isn't known exactly how long he will actually wear this costume in the movie. Lex will definitely don the warsuit for at least part of the film, but it isn't known if it will only be for the epic finale or other segments of the film. It hasn't been confirmed that Lex will fight Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill) or both heroes together, but given the warsuit's presence, fans can surely expect some sort of battle.

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What isn't known at this time is how Lex obtains this suit, but one theory is that he procures Kryptonian technology from the Metropolis battle in Man of Steel, including, possibly, General Zod's corpse, which has been rumored to be included in the story. It's possible that Lex also builds the suit himself, but that has not been confirmed. What do you think about Lex Luthor wearing his iconic warsuit in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice?

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