Deborah only hopes fans ignore the behind-the-scenes changes and fully immerse themselves in the movie when they check out Justice League, because she insists, "These characters are bigger than any director".
Justice League stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta, and J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon.
Justice League star Ben Affleck says he's "contemplating" his role in The Batman and his future as the character. The executive producers are Jim Rowe, Wesley Coller, Curt Kanemoto, Chris Terrio and Ben Affleck.
A solo movie for Affleck's Bruce Wayne, long known as The Batman, has always been in the cards, but never given an actual release date.
We'll have to wait to see how this goes, but he's still the Batman in Justice League, out November 17. "Batman is the coolest f***ing part in any universe".
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"I was out with my buddies last night and I was doing a haka, so I kind of stripped out my voice". "And I think you'll see why I'm so excited to be Batman".
The question of Affleck's long-term involvement certainly isn't something new.
Affleck was initially in line to direct The Batman, before deciding to step down in order to focus on his performance. In fact, when Reeves jumped on board, he made it clear that he had a different vision for the film and would give it a new script. "It's a mixed bag of execution that's saved by the actors, who rise above the shortcomings to deliver an engaging, amusing and hopeful, yet flawed, entry to the DCEU". But it's also clear that production problems, not to mention an overall uncertainty about just what the heck the DCEU is trying to accomplish, have took a toll, and Affleck may be exhausted of putting on the cape and cowl.
At the San Diego Comic-Con back in July, Affleck dismissed the speculation over his future, yet the rumours refuse to die, and just this past week he played coy when asked whether he could see himself reaching five appearances as the Caped Crusader (with this week's release of Justice League, he'll be up to three).