Earlier today, the latest report from the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice revealed new details about Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor character, who will not be sporting the traditional bald look from the comics. The villainous head of LexCorp will instead be sporting "a long, straight, surfer mop" of blonde hair, although it is believed that this hairstyle is being used towards the beginning of the movie, leaving room for Lex to go bald towards the end.
Another report from Batman-News has surfaced that reveal more details about Lex's personality.
"It's not Eisenberg's typical curly look - it's a bit longer, kind of loose and wavy, and it's dirty blonde. Eisenberg's Luthor has spastic mannerisms, like a 20-something guy that pounds energy drinks all day."
It seems that the actor may be taking some traits from his most famous role to date, Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network, albeit with a much different hair style. It should be noted, though, that these details starkly contrast a report from February, which indicated that Lex would be a bald tech genius who was living on the streets of Metropolis as a teenager where he joined a gang and used his intelligence to rise as the gang's leader within a year. That report revealed he also has an elaborate tattoo of the Metropolis skyline on his right arm. Of course, the script may have been altered between now and then, but it seems this version of Lex is much different than February's description.
We also have new details about the LexCorp offices themselves, which we have seen the outside of in set photos that surfaced last week. The offices will feature a full basketball court in the lobby, with a huge 30-foot neon sign displaying the LexCorp logo, which was described as an insider as, "f---ing awesome."
The LexCorp offices have already been described as a "Google-type" workplace, filled with edgy and youthful employees ranging from, "rock and roll types to hipsters and nerds." It remains to be seen how much basketball is actually played between rock and roll types, hipsters and nerds, as production continues in Detroit, under the direction of Zack Snyder.
Naturally, none of this has been confirmed by Warner Bros., but we'll keep you posted as soon as more details surface from the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice set.