Many sites as of late have been reporting on a video that features a certain male Warner Bros. tour guide, giving... Well, a tour guide of a place featuring various DC things, such #1's from the Golden Age, statues, demos for Arkham Knight and Lego Batman 3, actual costumes from the set of 2016's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and the upcoming Suicide Squad. Pretty standard and somewhat cool stuff.
But the juicy part comes from when the tour guide says outright that the Robin costume that was featured in Batman v. Superman was worn by Jason Todd, the second Robin to Batman in both DC's pre-New 52 and New 52 line of comics.
Although this just about confirms who everyone thought the costume belonged to in DC's new Cinematic Universe, this is kinda big news. We have not really gotten an actual full name from anyone that has worked on the movie, and if you've seen the movie, you know it isn't said there, either. But this seems to be the biggest confirmation we can get.
Also, the video has been taken down by Warner Bros. or DC Comics, whoever did it, as I can not find it anymore. Which might give more weight that the tour guide really did slip up. Too bad for him, I guess.
Til' next time.
Check it out yourself: http://www.slashfilm.com/dead-robin-identity-batman-v-superman/