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Warner Bros teases Ben Affleck about his role as Batman

Warner Bros had to take a decisive step in replacing Ben Affleck from his role as Batman because the actor chose to cum from the next Night Hair movie for problems with alcoholism. Although he still has a small part in The Flash, it seems that things with WB were not so perfect: a company executive mocked him by comparing him to his successor, Robert Pattinson. What did he say?

As reported by the media Geekosity, from the company they assure that the character for The Batman of 2022 he’s the best since Michael Keaton. Furthermore, he added that Warner “He feels like Pattinson will be more popular than Ben Affleck as Batman” and they even assure that movie It will be compared to the Christopher Nolan trilogy.

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The phrase that nigunea the work done by the artist adds to a recent fact that Jennifer Lopez’s now new boyfriend is also forgotten. It was an advertising poster in which different current figures of the DCEU, but both Henry Cavill and Affleck were omitted. In his place appeared Christopher Reeve and Michael Keaton.

Warner Bros teases Ben Affleck about his role as Batman

WB’s strategy may fail because fans are still are not convinced with the changes into two of your favorite superheroes. A Spoiler poll that has over 3,000 responses indicated that 88% do not believe that the replacements are better than their previous actors.

Affleck has yet to make an appearance in DC when he stars in The Flash, the film directed by Andy Muschietti which will be released on November 4, 2022. His presence is confirmed, but the role he will play is not. The Argentine filmmaker told Vanity Fair that he will take advantage of the figure of the interpreter, although he did not reveal if he will have anything more than a cameo.

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