Ben Affleck Seeking 'Graceful and Cool Way' to Exit Batman Role

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It should be noted that Ben Affleck will be next seen in "Justice League" alongside Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Moma, Ray Fisher and Henry Cavill.

Are you excited to see Cyborg and Aquaman join the League? "There's only so much you can do with other 15, 20 percent of the movie".

At this point, there's no telling how Justice League is going to turn out. Justice League has been a long, hard production, and a lot is riding on the movie that sees Batman assembling the first team of heroes in the DCEU.

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But then his introduction in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice quelled unfounded fears, and he delivered a solid performance as Bruce Wayne and the Dark Knight. The film makes its debut in local cinemas on Friday, 17 November.

And, for that matter, from "Wonder Woman". After two movies of uncertainty, it sounds like Superman fans will finally be getting the "Boy Scout" character they've been pining for in Justice League. Not really burdened with backstory exposition, "Justice League" tells its eventful story swiftly and sleekly in under two hours. When that villain comes up in conversation, it's clear Miller's already thinking sequel: "Shout out to Starro the Conquerer and let him know we're still coming for him, should he ever choose to invade Earth once again". However, 2017 audiences warmed to Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman and it proved a hit among the critics giving the DC fans some hope. Also in the works: Shazam, starring Zachary Levi as Earth's mightiest mortal; a Suicide Squad sequel directed by Gavin O'Connor (The Accountant); and a Batgirl project written and directed by Whedon.

Regarding the Matt Reeves Batman movie, the Washington Times article says Matt Reeves is starting fresh on the screenplay, which means The Batman movie release date is several years off. End-credits scenes, which Justice League has, are for teasing the future. I truly believe that everything happens for a reason and things take time.

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