Ben Affleck’s Batman Bat-SuitHave you ever wondered what it would be like to manhandle a chunk of Kryptonite (like Lex Luthor), or better yet, prance around wielding a mighty hammer (like Harley Quinn)? If so, then I'm sure you'll be happy to know that the Warner Brother Studio Tour, Hollywood Branch, are proud to present DC Universe: The Exhibit.

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As part of the newest addition to the tour, guests will be able to explore authentic props and costumes from the highly anticipated summer film, “Suicide Squad”, two months prior to it hitting the silver screen. Some of the interactive experiences include seeing Harley Quinn (as played by Margot Robbie) in the original jail cell set, housed within Belle Reve prison, as well as Batcave props from Ben Affleck’s first outing as Batman in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”.

The exhibit also manages to pay homage to the origins of DC Comics, including the seven original heroes who comprise the Justice League. This latest addition follows last summer’s grand opening of the interactive Stage 48: Script to Screen, which anchors the three-hour studio tour. At the tour, guests explore the real sets and soundstages where some of the greatest names in entertainment have made history.

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Danny Kahn, who's the Hollywood Executive Director at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, said, “DC Comics has built a legacy of Super-Heroes and Super-Villains since 1934, and 'DC Universe: The Exhibit' gives you the chance to explore the world of these characters from their first comic book appearance, to our latest feature blockbusters”.

Apart from being able to explore the authentic props and costumes from the Suicide Squad film, in which guests can journey into Harley Quinn’s prison cell, lit dramatically and dressed with barbed wire, chain link fencing, iron bars, and yellow caution tape, they can also get their hands on a chunk of Kryptonite. They can do this by inserting their hands into a pair of gloves, inside a case holding the element, which was featured in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice by Lex Luthor himself (as played by Jesse Eisenberg).

Additionally, guests can use a voice modulator to alter their pitch to imitate Batman’s very own vocal gymnastics, just as Alfred (Jeremy Irons) demonstrated in the film. See striking Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman costumes, as well as the authentic costumes of Lois, Clark, AlfredBruce, original Batcave set pieces, and much-much more.

Now for any more information about the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, Hollywood, please visit their official website or twitter pages. 


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