The internet went into such a frenzy when Ben Affleck was cast as our new Batman in Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel sequel, that the guys at UCBC Comedy decided to take a little poke at the overly dramatic famboys with this "where were you" style vid. Check it out..
On a philanthropic visit to India, actor Matt Damon can't escape the Batfleck frenzy when interviewed by international media. "If anybody saw Argo or The Town, and all the work he's been doing lately, it's way more nuanced and interesting and way more difficult than Batman!"
ScreenJunkie's Hal Rudnick recently went down to Boston to ask fans what they think of Ben Affleck as Batman, and here are their responses!
Hey guys! Thought I would share with you what I want to see from Batman in the upcoming Man of Steel sequel. Personally, I think people are overacting about Ben Affleck taking on the cape and cowl.
Back in the early 2000s, DC was trying to find new movies to bring Batman back to the big screen with failed movies such as BATMAN TRIUMPHANT. One of the ideas they were throwing around was BATMAN VS SUPERMAN.
When asked about the announcement that Ben Affleck will take over the role of Batman, Freeman expresses surprise because of how little time has passed since TDKR. He also talks about returning to the franchise..even though the "Nolanverse" is apparently being discarded.
Despite numerous assertions to the contrary, Michael Keaton may not have been a good pick to portray Batman after all.
CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR MAN OF STEEL: With the news of Ben Affleck's casting as Batman still fresh, I decided to toss up my fan cast for the SUPERMAN/BATMAN film before anyone else was announced.
While the hot topic is Affleck playing Batman, this decades old argument is the same crap, just a different pile. Allow me to discuss how a sect of fanboys are not fully understanding the movie making process.
With many people questioning the casting of Ben Affleck as the Caped Crusader in the Man of Steel sequel, one thing we can now be sure of is his overall interest in the character himself.
How could the casting of an older (than usual) actor to play Batman affect the Justice League film, the longevity of the Batman franchise, and possibly the New 52?
Edgar Wright talks Ant-Man, Todd McFarlane on the Spawn movie and hints at Jamie Foxx's involvement, Sharni Vinson signs up for the ExpendaBelles and Bendis weighs in on the Ben Affleck Batman casting.
I have analysed the comments on articles relating to Ben Afflecks casting as Batman compiling data and opinions about them.
By now you're no doubt sick of all things Batfleck, but comedian Patton Oswalt has posted a lengthy comment concerning the casting on Facebook that is certainly worth a read. Check out his thoughts after the jump!
With the announcement of Affleck playing Batman in the Man of Steel sequel i decided to make some changes to this poster i was working on switching Jim Caviezel with Ben.
My take on how a new Batman movie could look.
Ben Affleck as Batman has caused quite a stir within the comic book movie community. So I decided to go outside an interview a series of random people for my first editorial segment of “True To Life Thoughts and Opinions"
In this instalment Mr Sunday looks at the The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Star Wars Episode 7, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Pirates 5 and whether the casting of the Batfleck in Batman/Superman was a good idea. Check it all out after the jump!
Most of the discussion about Batman right now revolves around Ben Affleck's casting in the titular role. I am going to avoid that kind of article and discuss the type of costume I would like to see Batman use in Batman vs Superman and beyond. I've tried to include some real world future tech in my ideas.
Nolan Wanted Wes Bentley (not Affleck) to play Batman.