Batman V Superman: 8 Major Reveals From The New Images

6. The Bat-Voice

It may seem silly, but Batman's voice has been a topic of debate among comic book fans for years now. What Christian Bale did to differentiate his Batman and Bruce Wayne in The Dark Knight Trilogy was divisive to say the least, with some loving his growly bat-voice and others just ridiculing how over the top it occasionally sounded. On the other side of the spectrum, you have a voice actor like Kevin Kenroy - still arguably the best Batman - who never really changes his tone when switching between Bruce and Batman. However, the trailers and TV spots for this movie haven't made it clear which direction Ben Affleck will be going in. At first, it seemed like his voice would be modulated while in the armoured Batsuit, but that same effect was later heard coming from his normal costume (which we also saw him talking normally in during that scene where he asks Superman if Wonder Woman is with him). Thankfully, executive producer Deborah Snyder has provided an answer by confirming that, "Batman's voice is digitally altered by the cowl." That's an interesting direction to take things in, but not a new one, as Arrow for once actually beat Batman to something in this instance! Regardless, that latest trailer indicated that Bruce will stop using it after putting his differences with Superman to one side.
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