Ben Affleck claims that ‘Justice League’ was his “worst experience” and confirms that ‘The Flash’ is his goodbye to Batman

The actor will return as Bruce Wayne for the last time in the solo film about the Scarlet Sprinter starring Ezra Miller.

The March 4 comes to movie theaters The Batman, the new version of Dark Knight played by Robert Pattinson. Before the actor of Tenet Y The Twilight Saga was chosen to give life to this new Bruce Wayne, there was another Batman in Gotham. Ben Affleck debuted as the vigilante of DC in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and then repeated as the character in League of Justice after a brief appearance in Suicide Squad. Coming soon, Affleck will return as Bruce Wayne in The FlashThe Scarlet Sprinter solo film starring Ezra Miller in which Michael Keaton will also return as his version of the DC vigilante. In a recent statement, Affleck has described his passage through League of Justice as his “worst experience” and has confirmed that The Flash it will be his goodbye as batman.

League of Justice it was, really, the lowest point for me “, begins the actor in THR. “It was a bad experience due to a confluence of things: my own life, my divorce, being too long away, competing agendas and then Zack’s personal tragedy and the ‘reshoots’. It was the worst experience. It was horrible. It was everything I don’t like about this“, Add.

In addition to the personal moment Affleck was going through, Snyder’s abandonment of League of Justice after the suicide of their daughter and the arrival of Joss Whedon they did not facilitate the work to the cast. All of this after the filming of the film, with Snyder behind the cameras, turned into a struggle between the director and Warner Bros. for creative control of the film. Although the director left the project when the film was practically finished, Whedon made several changes that fans did not like. In addition, he collided with much of the cast of the film.

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“The way Joss Whedon treated the cast and crew of League of Justice it was disgusting, abusive, unprofessional and completely unacceptable “shared Ray Fisher, the man in charge of giving life to Victor Stone/Cyborg in the film. Also Gal Gadot, the Diana/Wonder Woman of dc cinematic universe, acknowledged that working with Whedon “It was not the best of experiences”. Later it became known that the director had threatened to damage the actress’s career because she was not comfortable with some of the phrases that the director asked her to record.

In 2020 it was announced that Snyder’s version of the film that brought DC superheroes together would be released in 2021 in HBO. This project led the director to shoot new scenes with some actors such as Jared Leto, who was El Joker in Suicide Squad, and with Affleck. These additional recordings and The Flash it has been a very different experience for the actor. And that’s when the interpreter has confirmed his goodbye to Batman in Herald Sun. “[La Liga de la Justicia de Zack Snyder¬†y The Flash] they have put a really nice ending to my experience with that character “.

In addition, Affleck has also recognized that his favorite scenes as Batman are those that appear in The Flash, a film directed by Andy Muschietti. “I’ve never said this, but my favorite scenes about Batman and my interpretation of Batman may be in the Flash movie.. I hope they maintain the integrity of what I have done because I thought it was cool and very interesting. Different, but not in a way that is not incongruous with the character, “he concludes.

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Before i arrive The Flash to theaters and that Pattinson made his debut as Bruce Wayne in The Batman by Matt Reeves, you can enjoy Affleck’s Bruce Wayne with Zack Snyder’s Justice League. The four-hour version of the original director of the film is available at HBO Max. On these lines, do not miss the trailer.

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