Batfleck, we hardly knew ye!
Warner Bros. is ultimately on track to roll out a a success DC movie universe that rivals Surprise — but it surely looks as if the Justice League would possibly already be starting to disassemble.
The studio is reportedly planning for a way forward for Batman films with out Ben Affleck, and is working to “gracefully” usher the film famous person out of the franchise altogether!
Consistent With The Hollywood Reporter, WB is transferring forward with plans to make a new Batman trilogy from director Matt Reeves, which the studio claims it still desires Affleck to big name in.
However their within Supply says the studio is secretly engaged on plans to do away with Affleck’s Batman within an upcoming DC film, either having him retire or, more likely, killed off for the sake of continuity In The general DC story arc.
Within The comics, different characters have taken up the cape now and then, including former sidekick Dick Grayson; may this be Related to rumors WB is in talks with Armie Hammer, who used to be cast as Batman back in 2009 in George Miller‘s sick-fated Justice League film? Are they getting ready him to take over?? Hmm…
THR cites Affleck’s age as an enormous explanation for the potential trade. He Is currently 45 years previous and could be coming near 50 across the time The Batman — which has nonetheless yet to be written, btw — comes out in 2019 (or later).
No Matter What occurs, be ready for a tremendous shake-up Within The DC movie universe!
[Image by way of Warner Bros..]
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