Batman V. Superman: Is Jena Malone Playing Robin?

Recently WILX News 10 in Michigan interviewed an extra (who pretty much violated his contractually-mandated agreement to keep quiet) and shared some very interesting details about Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.

The anonymous extra noted that a scene was being shot at an Art Museum on the Michigan State University campus which will feature a physical altercation between Bruce Wayne and Lex Luthor. The scene would take place in Metropolis at a red carpet event. The news reporter stated that the scene would feature “heavy special effects.” and that there would be military presence because of the fight between Wayne and Luthor.

The most interesting thing to come out of this report is that Robin is reportedly in the movie….and is a female.

The reporter stated that actress Jena Malone (The Hunger Games) has been sighted on set and has been instagraming photos on set, which leads many to believe that she could be in the film. Could she be playing Carrie Kelley? (Carrie Kelley was the female Robin from Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns.)

This is very interesting news to say the least. We already knew that Ben Affleck’s Batman would be inspired by Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. It seems that Robin will be inspired by it as well.  This could be a rumor or a hoax for that matter, but if it’s for real…..this will be an amazing movie! Jena Malone would kill it as Carrie Kelley – she’s the perfect choice.

What do you think? Is this for real? Or is it just hoax?

Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice will be in theaters March 25, 2016.

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