Henry Cavill has teased Superman will rise from the dead with a brand new outfit.

The 33-year-old actor is set to reprise his role as Clark Kent in 2017's 'Justice League' and whilst many details about the film are being kept a close guarded secret, Henry has shared a sneak peek photograph of his new suit.

In the picture, Cavill teased a close up picture of the superhero's new outfit, which showed a small section of the family crest on the suit's chest plate.

Meanwhile, Cavill's co-star Ben Affleck previously revealed he believes their close friendship helped make 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' a success but admits he was inspired to train hard for the role by seeing his pal's shirtless scenes.

He shared: ''I'd already seen Henry [Cavill] topless in 'Man of Steel' so I knew what I had to live up to so I went out there and started training and training. Fans expect you to look like a real superhero, you can't just roll out of bed for this role. He's great. I saw what he could do already in 'Man of Steel' and it was quite impressive.

''He's a pro and a great guy. He's a wonderful actor; I don't think we could have done it without him. He made it all that much better.''

However, Ben admits he found it ''challenging'' training for his role as Batman.

He said: ''It was physically going into training and working out so much. I had never done anything like that and that was very very challenging.''