So, if you see Justice League this weekend, do not forget to praise Affleck's performance as so great that he'll think he redeemed himself from Dawn of Justice. "In all the films what I try to do, in nearly a Hitchcockian sense, is use the camera and use the storytelling so that you become the character and you empathize with that point of view", he said.
While it would be a unusual move, it wouldn't be the first time a major superhero franchise changed one of its lead actors.
"I think it would create a different dynamic", explained Ray, who was then interrupted by Ben's amused response.
Film critic John Campea revealed the news on his popular YouTube show, saying: "I'm hesitant to say anything, but I talked to a Hollywood producer yesterday who told me who Matt Reeves wants as Batman".
Gyllenhaal, fought for the role of Batman about a decade ago when Christopher Nolan auditioned him for "Batman Begins" (he had also gone up for Spider-Man). They can like it or not. The further details operate under the same belief that Gyllenhaal will take on the role if Affleck leaves, but since Gyllenhaal is younger, the focus on this Batman being older will be lessened.
While DC and Warner Bros have not provided any official indication that Ben Affleck will soon retire from the Batman role, numerous rumors and reports suggest that it's at least a possibility. I'm so excited to do it. Originally, Affleck was set to write, direct and star in the film, but Matt Reeves (War for the Planet of the Apes) took over the script and directing duties. The big screen future of Batman has been a hot topic of conversation since the beginning of the year when Ben Affleck was announced to no longer be the director of The Batman. "You don't do it forever, so I want to find a graceful and cool way to segue out of it". The flick is slated to release on November 17.
"There are certain characters who hold a special place in the hearts of millions". It has become clear that I can not do both jobs to the level they require.