Sebastian Stan Weighs In On BATMAN V SUPERMAN And The DCEU

Sebastian Stan Weighs In On BATMAN V SUPERMAN And The DCEU

Sebastian Stan Weighs In On BATMAN V SUPERMAN And The DCEU

Sebastian Stan says he's seen Batman v Superman and he enjoyed it, particularly Ben Affleck's Batman. He also thinks they're using the right approach to quickly progress towards a Justice League film.

Still doing press for Captain America: Civil War, Sebastian Stan was asked by The Daily Beast whether he had a chance to view Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and if so, what he thought of the film. Apparently Stan is a fan. " I did see Batman v Superman and I enjoyed it. I think visually it was insane. I thought Ben Affleck was an incredible Batman. I thought that fight sequence he had against all the guys, that was sick. Even Jesse Eisenberg was cracking me up at some points."  

He also commented on Warner Bros. plan to rapidly build up to a Justice League film rather than take a slower, more methodical approach like Marvel did with the first Avengers movie.  "I also think that DC is at a point right now where, it’s been my impression, they want to get to Justice League. They want to go ahead and kind of get everybody fighting together. And I think the best way to jumpstart that was to get what I think most people wanted to see for a long time: Batman vs. Superman, two of the biggest superheroes in history."

Stan comments are a far cry from his response to Zack Snyder's earlier jabs at the MCU where Snyder referred to their films as flavor of the week. Stan shot back, stating that the DCEU was simply trying to "mimic the better Christopher Nolan movies."   Of course, their comments were both made well before the release of both films.  With Snyder now under pressure and Civil War currently looking to surpass the billion dollar mark, perhaps Stan is simply letting Civil War's critic rating and box office performance do the trash talking?   

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