A leading General Motors designer is pleading ignorance when it concerns suggestions that the brand-new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro could play a role in the new action smash hit, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Al Oppenheiser, the muscle car’s chief designer, said at a factory event below that GM’s declaring this month of trademarks for “Camaro Krypton” and “Krypton” with the united state License as well as Trademark Workplace likely has nothing to do with a rumored special-edition Camaro about the flick
Chevy Camaro role in ‘Batman v. Superman
“I think that’s just net buzz, which is wonderful,” Oppenheiser claimed. “It’s another feature of this section of autos: there’s always internet buzz.”.
Oppenheiser claimed the trademarks GM applied for on May 5 most likely pertain to a tasks GM is thinking of, but could not seek.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be released March 25. The film, directed by Zack Snyder, stars Ben Affleck as Batman as well as Henry Cavill as Superman. Scenes were recorded on Michigan State University’s school last fall.
“Sometimes when we create a new shade in our workshops, they just use (for a trademark) in case we ever before utilize it,” Oppenheiser stated. “We never claimed we’re going to do anything with that shade.”.
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