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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?
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.
The shots of Batman in that above footage looks exactly like the Batman Snyder showed to fans at Comic-Con… the Frank Miller-inspired Caped Crusader with the glowing eyes. I wish we could hear Affleck’s voice better. Hell, I wish we had the whole trailer to share. In due time.
Hugh Jackman has signed up to play the lead role of Saul of Tarsus in Warner Bros.' religious epic, Apostle Paul.
After appearing on Capitol Hill, Affleck took to his Instagram page to continue lobbying for support for HEAL Africa and Panzi Hospital. Be a real hero and donate what you can to support the actor’s efforts in Africa.
Jared Leto has confirmed that he will be playing the Clown Prince of Insanity in Suicide Squad, but plot details have informed us that, for now, The Joker will be locked away for the duration of the film and will be playing mind games on the villains in the Squad a la Hannibal Lecter.
Despite being primarily lead by supervillains, new information suggests that 2016’s Suicide Squad will feature an appearance from Batman. Here’s how he’ll fit into the film.
Ben Affleck has more than a few exciting projects coming down the pike in the next few years, including Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, his own next directorial effort Live By Night, and the newly-announced David Fincher-helmed remake of Strangers on a Train, but there’s another project that you should be looking out for as well.
It’s been revealed that David Fincher, Gillian Flynn, and Ben Affleck are now reteaming for a remake of the Alfred Hitchcock classic Strangers on a Train, with Affleck set to play the movie’s protagonist. The big question that remains, however, is who will play opposite him as the film’s murder-trading villain.
For the record, I personally thought Gone Girl was a great movie. Rosamund Pike was poetically perfect as "Amazing Amy" Dunne and her performance still haunts our dreams. That said, the David Fincher film was not without its faults, and this video is quick to point them all out.
Author Gillian Flynn has been talking recently about the idea of potentially reteaming with the likes of director David Fincher and Ben Affleck for a sequel to Gone Girl - but while that project is likely years away, the trio is now getting set to work on a completely different project all together.
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While answering fans questions via twitter, Steven S. DeKnight also shed light on his opinion of the most recent Daredevil film, starring Ben Affleck. And while the movie had terrible reviews along with its release, DeKnight doesn’t think it’s Ben Affleck’s fault.
Sadly, the sets that were donated don’t tell us a lot about how they were used in Zack Snyder’s movie. The director says that Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) did fight inside of the sets that were later used to build the bat houses… in case a die hard fan wants to try and buy one of them in an auction.