The reshoots of Justice League reportedly built on the hint of romance between Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) and Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) that we got a glimpse of in the princess of Themyscira's introduction in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
But it appears that Affleck has grown exhausted of the superhero world and is setting his sights on hanging up the cape for good.
So the ongoing saga of whether or not Ben Affleck will continue to play Batman after Justice League continues.
"In case you wonder: Here's a picture of how the Amazons looked in Wonder Woman.next to pic how they look in Justice League". The thing with that, though, is that Affleck has also faced many setbacks regarding this film. All we know is that he was going to co-write, direct, and star in "The Batman" solo film for Warner Bros./DC, and now Matt Reeves is directing with a new script.
Yet that tune has changed at least somewhat as Justice League ever nears its November 17 release date.
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At the San Diego Comic-Con back in July, Affleck dismissed the speculation over his future, yet the rumours refuse to die, and just this past week he played coy when asked whether he could see himself reaching five appearances as the Caped Crusader (with this week's release of Justice League, he'll be up to three).
While Simmons might have faith in a future for Justice League Part 2, its original director, Snyder, doesn't seem as convinced that the sequel will arrive in the near future.
"Together with the studio, I have made a decision to find a partner in a director who will collaborate with me on this massive film". It has worked its way through a couple of directors (Matt Reeves is now in the chair) and even more scripts. He also knocked down rumors of a Cyborg standalone movie, saying, "well obviously that isn't happening anytime soon, neither is Man of Steel 2".
When Wonder Woman was released earlier this year, it really changed the game in terms of female representation in superhero movies.