Ben Affleck is Thinking About When It's Time to Leave Batman

Angelo Anderson
November 14, 2017

Meanwhile, Ben's "Justice League" co-star Henry Cavill recently admitted it's "always an honor" for him to play Superman.

Multiple pieces of new Justice League concept art have surfaced online, which appear to be from the Justice League: The Art of the Film book. "I take John Williams" thing and kind of subvert it a little bit, and use it not the way it was originally used to do a moment of "question mark' over a character", he teased, trying not to spoil the moment. Let us know how excited you are for Justice League by giving the movie your own personal ComicBook.com User Anticipation Rating below. In July, a report suggested Warner Bros. was looking for a way to create an exit for Affleck in the DC movie universe; a story that seems plausible, seeing as director Matt Reeves is starting from scratch on the script for The Batman, which Affleck at one point was set to write and direct.

Justice League hits theaters on Friday, Nov. 17. Well, it likely will not come out within the next two years, though it is still said to be in early stages of production. In fact, he is still contemplating his role in the film.

Fueled by the hero's restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Justice League sees Bruce Wayne enlist the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. One of the unconfirmed reasons was that the script was poorly written. At least this is giving more attention to Justice League, which may or may not be the final time we see Affleck as Batman.


Cyborg actor Ray Fisher told us he's a "huge gamer" and spoke with us about the game he's currently playing right now. For instance, in a recent appearance on Meet the Movie Press, Variety reporter Justin Kroll revealed that a film about the Flash, called Flashpoint, has reportedly been put on hold. Overstuffing villains into a film and focusing too much on world-building has weakened superhero films from all the studios who have made them.

Justice League finds the world in seriously bad shape, still mourning the death of Superman.

Fandango's Erik Davis also singled out Gal Gadot's portrayal of Wonder Woman for praise, and claimed that it was a vast improvement on both Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman.

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