Ben Affleck officially retires as Batman.
If there were still doubts regarding Ben Affleck’s staying as Batman in the movies, now there are no more.
The actor participated in the program Jimmy Kimmel Live, which aired last Thursday (14), and finished with the mystery.
“I read and saw ads that you did not return like Batman,” said host Jimmy Kimmel, in which Ben Affleck replied, “Yes, I’m leaving the paper.
I decided to try and direct a movie of him, I worked with an excellent writer, but I could not create a better version,” he explained.
“I did not find a solution, so I thought it was time to let someone else try – and they got some outstanding people,” he said.
Finally, Kimmel asked if Affleck had any last statement to give.
“I do not know … I guess I’m not Batman?” He finished, with a sense of humor.
So far, the only confirmation we have is the release date of The Batman, which will be directed by Matt Reeves.
Who will replace Ben Affleck on paper is still a mystery, but recent rumors have pointed out that Warner Bros. would be interested in Robert Pattinson.
For more on the character, see the newly announced crossover between the Batman and the Ninja Turtles.
A new generation of Bruce Wayne is coming.
The next Batman movie, simply titled The Batman, will hit theaters on June 25, 2021.
It seems that the superhero will not be played by Ben Affleck, the actor who has given life to the character in the last three years. Deadline website released the information.
Although Warner Bros. officially confirmed nothing, the end of Affleck’s involvement in the DC universe gained even more force when the actor himself shared the subject on his personal Twitter.
Ben Affleck Passes The Torch To Next Generation Of Bruce Wayne.
The Batman movie will not be inspired by any comic, the director says.
So far, the Batman will not be motivated by any comic, and there are no details as to who will play Batman shortly.
According to the Deadline, the Reeves movie will feature a younger version of Bruce Wayne.