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Ben Affleck has gotten a lot of stick for his casting as The Dark Knight in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. But that's not going to stop him from leaving it all on the field, in fact he has a secret weapon in his arsenal that he thinks might win the day. Let's just hope it doesn't misfire.
Everything there is to know about Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is here, including release date changes, new casting and all the latest news on the Batman vs. Superman project in one place.
It has to be near impossible to shoot on the streets of Detroit while attempting to hide your secrets. Thatís how image like this get out. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opens everywhere on March 25, 2016. What else will we see before then?
When Ben Affleck's adaptation of Live By Night was delayed due to the actor/director's urge to fight crime in Gotham City, fans were probably a little disappointed. Judging by the cast that he's putting together for the film in its early stages of production, it looks like the delay is going to be well worth the wait.
Affleck is said to be going to the gym regularly for this role, but before this, he was happily playing non-musclebound characters. For a body to make a sudden shift into bruiser territory so quickly? No amount of money or personal trainers can ignore that this is just an unnatural treatment for the human body, and the body will often act accordingly.
Ben Affleck knows you arenít crazy about him being cast as the Caped Crusader in Zack Snyderís Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. But he has been through this before (Gigli), and it seems to have made him (Jersey Girl) stronger as a result.
Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice is currently in production in Michigan, and a lucky bystander has out first look at some video showing us just what Ben Affleck looks like as Bruce Wayne. Apologies to those looking for more Sad Batman meme fodder.
Hey, remember when the fine folks over at DC and Warner Bros were generous enough to give us a look at Batmanís mask yesterday on the floor of Comic-Con? Well, consider that nice little tease officially blown out of the water by the embed director Zack Snyder dropped above!
Characters like Hush, Azrael and Jason Todd have yet to get live-action adaptations, and stories that utilize an older, wiser Batman have yet to come to the forefront as movie material. We decided to pick through the clutter and grab 10 pivotal, iconic Batman stories, searching for the best choices for adaptation into the onscreen DC universe.
When first looking at the rumored line-up for DC Comic's building cinematic universe, it's hard not to notice the surprising lack of Batman. Over the last 25 years or so - and especially in the last 10 - DC has leaned on the Dark Knight like no other hero in their stable, but if the revealed schedule turns out to be true, then the next four years are going to be completely lacking in solo Caped Crusader movies.
Yesterday, Snyder took to his Twitter account to reveal our first look at Ben Affleck as Batman, and fans have been buzzing about it ever since. Practically every pixel of the image is fascinating, from the shrouded figure in front to the stylish vehicle in back to the dark, moody atmosphere that takes over the whole thing.
Last summer, Warner. Bros and director Zack Snyder announced that they had hired Ben Affleck to star opposite Henry Cavill in the untitled Man of Steel sequel known as Batman vs. Superman, and ever since then weíve been waiting and begging to catch even the slightest glimpse at what we can expect from the latest big screen version of the Caped Crusader.
Set in the 1970s, the film will tell the story of New York Yankees pitchers Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich who caused a great deal of controversy when they admitted that they had participated in wife swapping.
When Ben Affleck signed on to star as the Dark Knight in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman, he made a huge commitment. The Zack Snyder-directed comic book movie is going to be a major production that lasts many months, and Affleck's work on it probably won't be done after principal photography has ended (reshoots are far too common in modern Hollywood).
If you somehow haven't gotten around to reading Gillian Flynn's addictive and wildly popular crime novel Gone Girl yet, the latest video teaser summarizes its plot in just 19 seconds. Missing wife. Husband prime suspect. And go!