Talk of Affleck continuing to play Batman in Matt Reeves' The Batman has gone to a whisper and many believe that the actor will exit the project after the promotional tour for Justice League is over. Back then, on the set of Justice League, producer Deborah Snyder suggested they learned from Batman v Superman and adjusted for Justice League.
Comic Book has revealed Diamond Select Toys upcoming diorama PVC statues for the upcoming DC blockbuster Justice League which includes Henry Cavill's Superman, Ezra Miller's Flash, Ray Fisher's Cyborg, Jason Momoa's Aquaman, and Ben Affleck's Batman.
The DC superheroes are "all-in" as Warner Bros.
The sponsorship includes more special fan experiences in select AT&T stores across the USA starting October 27, including authentic costumes and props from the movie, exclusive posters, virtual reality interactions and more.
Now, according to a report on Deadline, even the Batman himself, Ben Affleck, agreed to the harsh criticism the movie received.
The image was unveiled by Empire, which has a Justice League-centric issue hitting newsstands this Friday in which the cast share some insight about the movie.
The long, winding road to Justice League's release is finally nearly over, and it's been an emotional rollercoaster to say the least. "It doesn't have the weight that Batman v Superman had". Indeed, the film opens in theaters in just about a month and a half, but we're still somewhat at a lack of knowledge about what exactly is going on in this movie. There are some related questions we may not get answers to at that time, though. Really, if there's any good jumping on point for new readers, it's that.