A few years can give anyone perspective and that seems to be the case with Ben Affleck and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The most exciting thing about Justice League will be getting to see some of DC’s mightiest heroes together on the big screen. The second most exciting thing? Watching it and trying not to imagine what every scene with Superman would’ve looked like if the filmmakers hadn’t edited out the mustache Henry Cavill sported…
The Dark Knight is one of the most iconic comic book characters of all time—and over decades of stories written about him, much has been said about what makes the character tick and what drives him. But truly, no insight about Batman can compare to Ben Affleck’s latest thoughts.
During Warner Brother’s presentation of its upcoming DC superhero movies, Ben Affleck addressed the new rumors that he’ll soon by leaving the DC Expanded Universe. To say that his answer was vague is being generous.
Ben Affleck might be in Justice League as the DCEU’s Dark Knight, but he might not be holding onto the cowl for much longer: a new report claims that Warner Bros. is looking at plans to quietly phase out Affleck’s Batman and replace him with a new one.
When Ben Affleck stepped back from directing The Batman, we knew changes were coming. Turns out those changes are total. In a new interview, director Matt Reeves confirmed what many had long suspected. He won’t be using the original script Affleck was working on with DC’s Geoff Johns.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cleaned (some of the) house at this year’s Razzies, winning four awards and making us all a little more afraid that Ben Affleck really will end up dropping out of The Batman altogether.
It’s been a tumultuous few weeks behind the scenes of the upcoming Batman film, but now it’s official. Warner Bros. announced that Matt Reeves, the director of Cloverfield, Let Me In, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and this summer’s War for the Planet of the Apes, is directing a standalone Batman film.
The drama behind the scenes of the latest Batman movie is worthy of a whole movie all its own. The latest news is that negotiations with Dawn of the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves, which were reportedly going well last week, have broken down, leaving the production without a leader once again.
The Batman might have found its new director after Ben Affleck stepped down from the role. Matt Reeves is reportedly set to take over the DC flick.
When Ben Affleck gave up directing duties on the solo Batman film, it was obvious things were grim. And while the latest rumor seems to suggest they’re just getting worse, at least this time there may be a silver lining.
Ben Affleck has decided that he will not direct the upcoming Warner Bros. standalone Batman film. He will still star and produce, but that’s it.
Ben Affleck seems slightly worried about the high expectations that come with directing a Batman movie. Since the rumors about him directing the film began, he’s been expressing the contradictory “I’m really excited to do it” and “it’s not happening” sentiments. These last two weeks have only been the latest round in…
Ben Affleck has been taking his sweet time on the Batman solo flick, tentatively titled The Batman, but a recent interview suggests he might be losing interest in directing it...or, even worse, making it at all.
American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis inadvertently started a tidal wave not even Aquaman could withstand, after he commented through the grapevine that Warner Bros. executives don’t care that the next Batman script sucks. Well, it looks like he’s trying to walk it back.
American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis is sitting at dinner with some movie executives. They say they know some other executives working on Ben Affleck’s upcoming Batman movie. And they tell Ellis something that should chill the heart of not just superhero fans, but fans of movies, period.
Justice League director Zack Snyder just posted a video to commemorate the final day of shooting the film in the UK. And while that’s all well and good, really, this video is just 90 seconds of exciting behind the scenes footage.
It’s called The Batman. Surprise!