Justice League Will Have a More Comic Book Batman, Says Ben Affleck

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 16, 2017

"I thought he was an OK Batman", Casey said. Nah, he was great. He was great. He's a hero, so he had something to channel and work with there.

As for the persistent rumors dogging Affleck (who turned 45 yesterday) that he will not portray the character again in Matt Reeves' The Batman, the actor's Oscar-winning brother Casey Affleck added fuel to the fire by telling Boston's WEEI 93.7FM, "He's not gonna do that movie, I don't think... is that breaking news?"

After Ben Affleck confirmed that he won't be directing the standalone Batman film, War for the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves stepped in and all seemed to be calm in Gotham City.

When one of the hosts points out that his comments would be "breaking news", Casey Affleck responded that it was just his speculation. "I was just kind of making that up", he adds before a bunch of people talking over each other.

Speaking on Collider's Movie Talk podcast in February, film journalist John Campea claimed that Affleck might be looking for a way to negotiate an exit from the role. Four days on "Gone Baby Gone'!"

"What has come out of the conversation with all three was this. He doesn't want to be Batman anymore".

Earlier when Warner Bros. revealed the synopsis for Justice League, The transformation of The Batman was hinted in the official description.

To put it mildly, things are not going well with the DC Extended Universe.

In an interview with EW, Ben reflected on Justice League, which is due in November and is being directed by Zack Snyder, with reshoots being helmed by Joss Whedon. "Or so I would say", Casey Affleck said. It's starting to feel like it's really working.

Expect the question of will he or won't-he to continue until Warner Bros.' actually dates The Batman.

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