Published: Sun, July 23, 2017
Life&Culture | By Kristin Armstrong

Ben Affleck Responds to Recent Batman Rumors

Ben Affleck Responds to Recent Batman Rumors

"Batman is the coolest fucking part in any universe. I am thrilled to do it".

That being said, it doesn't necessarily rule out the fact that Warner considering where to take the Bruce Wayne character, and if they are looking to move him into a mentor role to a younger Dark Knight at some point in the future.

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He then brought up Matt Reeves's movie in development and exclaimed, "I would be an ape on the ground for Matt Reeves!". It's awesome. I know there was speculation and rumors about me not directing.

"Kevin Tsujihara, Sue Kroll and Toby Emmerich said to me, 'We want you to be our Batman, '" he continued.

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Affleck went on to talk about his relationship with Warner Bros., before praising The Batman director Matt Reeves. That report also came after news that the new director, War of the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves, made a decision to ditch the script Affleck and DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns wrote together.

The actor and director, who will reprise his role as the Caped Crusader in November's Justice League and is slated to appear in the standalone film The Batman, told a packed crowd at Hall H inside the San Diego Convention Center on Saturday that he's committed to the part.

Matt Reeves, who took over for Affleck after he backed out from directing the project in January, said in early 2017 that he was throwing out Affleck's script and starting over. It is fucking unbelievable.

On Friday, the trade publication The Hollywood Reporter published a report that Warner Bros. was working on plans to "usher out Affleck's Batman gracefully" and suggested that it might happen before "The Batman".

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