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This new image from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice shows us Batman and Wonder Woman's alter egos together, but we have to wonder what exactly is going on here?
Ben Affleck's Batman is probably going to be unlike any version we've ever seen before.
It's now a week before Warner Bros. will be giving fans a special look a the highly anticipated DC Comics event, Batman v Superman, but a whole slew of new looks has debuted ahead of schedule. Entertainment Weekly unleashed the cover of its Comic-Con preview issue and the holy DC trinity are featured on the cover, with a batch of enticing movie stills within the pages.
Despite getting a glimpse of Ben Affleck's rendition of Batman in the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer, details on the interpretation are still scarce. However, in a recent Instagram post, the actor drops a line considered no less than a rite of passage in the annals of Bat-dom.
Hollywood loves a good topical movie, and the big screen version of the recent FIFA corruption scandal is getting a helping hand on its road to theaters courtesy of Batman himself, Ben Affleck.
A new rumor is saying that a Batman solo film written by Christ Terrio and directed by Ben Affleck is on the way in 2018. Here are the five things that need to be included in this potential future Batman project.
Warner Bros. has big plans for its DC cinematic universe, but what about those solo Batman and Superman movies we keep hearing about? Some new information has come to light on the former of these two projects, and if true, then Ben Affleck is coming aboard to direct himself in the next Dark Knight movie.
Although Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice has been making it quite clear that the two heroes will fight, according to Henry Cavill, Earth’s Kryptonian adoptee will do his best to avoid going head to head with Gotham City’s protector.
We don't know a ton of specific details about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and after reading this new plot synopsis, you won't know much more.
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At this point David Ayer has to not give two shits about who sees what from Suicide Squad. The latest reveal is perhaps the biggest reveal: Batman is, indeed, in Suicide Squad, and you can see him swing into action on top of the Joker's car.
Don't close you eyes, and don't fall asleep - because you're not going to want this week's Honest Trailer!
What is Bruce Wayne doing in a movie that already focuses on the likes of Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, Deadshot and Boomerang going on covert missions for Amanda Waller? New videos have leaked from the set giving us our answer: one awesome chase between The Joker and the Batmobile.
If someone were to bring up the idea that there is a movie that exists out there called Argo 2, the impression might be left that Hollywood has taken the sequel/reboot culture to new, possibly unethical depths. Well, there is a movie out there called Argo 2, however, it’s not quite the egregiously tacky cash-in project that it certainly sounds.
DC has always been one step ahead of Marvel in the animation department. So, perhaps, that teaser trailer for Batman v Superman could be just a little bit better if it were animated.
Between stills and the trailer that dropped earlier this month, we've already gotten multiple looks at Ben Affleck's Batman from Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - but they've all been somewhat obscured by low lighting and shadows. This brand new image is our best look at the new Dark Knight yet:
As it has been building through pre-production, David Ayer's Suicide Squad hasn't really hidden connections to the legendary superhero known as Batman. It turns out today that the film's ties to the Caped Crusader may be getting even stronger.
Kevin Smith’s long-belated sequel, Mallrats 2 is apparently moving along as he corrals most of the members of the cast of the 1995 original film, setting what should be a raucous reunion. However, there’s one character in particular played by a then-unknown Ben Affleck who may be a more difficult acquisition. Now, Smith provides an update on that situation.
As many of you know, the first official footage for Snyder’s Man of Steel sequel reached the internet early, stealing the thunder of this IMAX event. But Snyder had an ace up his sleeve… additional footage he always planned to tag on the end of the trailer that would be exclusive to this audience.
It’s no secret that some of our favorite movie classics looked drastically different in the early stages, but would you have guessed that a pretty intense gay sex scene was in the original draft of Good Will Hunting?