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Ben Affleck's take on Batman in Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is expected to be unlike any version of the Dark Knight we've seen on the big screen before - and it's not just because when we meet him he will have been playing superhero for more than 20 years.
One of the more unusual scenes from the latest Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer featured Gotham’s Dark Knight outside of his natural environment. We offered speculation on what might be going on here, but there was one thing we missed, and unless you’re an eagle eyed viewer, it probably eluded your gaze as well: Batman may have killed someone.
Naturally, this is the start of something much bigger for DC and Warner Bros., and the presence of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman fulfills the Dawn of Justice part of the title. And now, thankfully, we know that when it came time to go potty, it was much easier for both Batman and Superman.
The Suicide Squad trailer that DC showed off at Comic-Con is now here for all to enjoy, and there are a lot of characters you'll need to get to know. And in that spirit, here is our list of them all.
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.
One of the more unusual moments in the Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer was Batman wearing desert gear and fighting armed men who were wearing the Superman symbol. We have a few ideas on what may be happening in this sequence.
That’s a dark turn that Snyder slipped in, and it goes a long way toward informing the type of broken, beaten hero that Ben Affleck will play in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. He has failed. Often. He starts to blame Superman (Henry Cavill) for his most recent failure, the death of many in Metropolis.
When the first Dawn of Justice trailer arrived and revealed a glimpse of the Dark Knight’s new, extremely bulky power suit, another piece of the battle equation was revealed. Now we just received info that the mech suit is indeed helping Batman in the fight against Superman, but not in the way we assumed.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is set to have a bit presence at Comic-Con this weekend, and reports are circulating that the Warner Bros. has plans to unveil a new trailer.
It now appears that Ben Affleck is indeed on board to star (duh) and direct the solo Batman film, but more surprisingly, he may be working alongside one of DC’s star creators on the project.
Ben Affleck’s caped crusader will get to use all of these amazing gadgets when he confronts Kal-El in Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. We expect to have TONS more on the upcoming blockbuster as San Diego Comic-Con rolls on!
Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman had tremendous representation on the floor tonight, and we will have plenty more coming up, including an in-depth look at Batman’s assorted weapons. For now, that do you think of these suits?
Both filmmakers and executives have taken their respective opportunities to explain what makes DC Comics movies different from Marvel movies, and vice versa. Only now,. however has the new Batman, Ben Affleck, weighed in on the contrast, and he's said that the real dividing line is a certain sense of scale, realism, and tone.
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.