Having played the role of three DC Comic superheroes, Benjamin Géza Affleck has proven to be the perfect fit for the roles. Born in August 1972, he began his career at age twelve appearing in the PBS educational film The Voyage of the Mimi (1984, 1988).
The Flash has been in production for years but it has been hostage because of Circumstances like recastings and controversies. Irish West who is The Flash’s love interest was originally going to be played by another actress but it ended with Kiersey Clemons. It will also be the final movie where we will see Ben Affleck as Batman. Michael Keaton‘s Batman will also be in the film.
Air is star and directed by Ben Affleck. This is his reunion project with his best friend Matt Damon. Air will be their 7th film together proving the strength of their friendship and professional relationship as well. Jason Bateman, Viola Davis, Chris Tucker, Chris Messina, and Gustaf Skarsgård have joined the ensemble of this movie, glorifying the already impressive cast.
Deep Water is an upcoming psychological thriller starring Ben Affleck, who has crossed this territory before with Gone Girl. This time, Affleck will be the one who is cheated on, but he will not be a victim.
There’s a lot of buzz around the upcoming Justice League film, and not all of it good. You see, before things even started, fans weren’t happy that Zack Snyder would be the director of it. Then, after a family tragedy, Joss Whedon came in (as he’s going to be directing Batgirl) and helped the film to the finish line. But, in the process, he apparently did $25 million worth of reshoots, which has many panicking over what the final film will be like.
Yesterday, a storm of rumors swept through the internet that stated that Ben Affleck was going to be “gracefully” transitioned out of the role of Batman. He would be in the first Matt Reeves film, which is now officially confirmed as “The Batman”, but outside of that, he would be removed.
Amist all the San Diego Comic Con news, there are a lot of rumors of what’s going on behind-the-scenes, and like wildfire today one rumor shot to the top: Ben Affleck is out as Batman. Now, this hasn’t been confirmed by Warner Bros. or by Affleck himself, but it is a serious talking point for legitimate reasons.
Though fans were hesitant of Ben Affleck as Batman in the DCEU, they quickly warmed up to him once Batman V Superman hit theaters, and were eager to see him direct the solo film The Batman. However, after many months of struggles, he’s left the directing role, and now it appears he won’t be writing the script either. He’ll merely star and help produce the film.
When Ben Affleck was revealed to be the next cinema Batman for the growing DC Comics Extended Universe, many were outraged. As they all recalled his performance in Marvel’s Daredevil. However, once the film came out, negative reviews aside, many agreed that Affleck was amazing as Batman. Not long after that, it was revealed that Affleck would write, direct, produce, and star in his own solo Batman film, tentatively called The Batman. Which immediately got fans excited, moreso when fan-favorite DC Comics villain Deathstroke was revealed to be the antagonist for the film.
When it comes to superheroes in media, more or less any media, there are those who are going to want the version they love to stay prevalent, or how they remember them. This is hard, because eventually the show will end, a “reboot” may occur, or a writer will leave the series that made it special in their eyes, allowing new talent to tell new stories.
When making a movie, one group of people that needs to be pleased in one way or another are the higher ups at the studio, the executives and owners who allow this movie to be filmed. Numerous films have been canned because the executives were not happy with the results. According to Den of Geek, a private screening of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was shown to the higher ups at Warner Bros. A take that wasn’t totally finished per se, but pretty close to finished. The executives were reportedly so impressed with the cut that they gave the film a standing ovation. In addition, reports are claiming that because of how much the execs were impressed with Ben Affleck’s performance as the new Batman, that they’re considering giving him a three-movie deal for solo Batman films. That is along with Justice League and Suicide Squad, there could be Ben Affleck as Batman in three more solo films.