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– by Seth McDonald

If the Batman you saw in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice just didn’t feel right, you’re likely to see a more traditional version of the character in DC’s upcoming Justice League. The Dark Knight himself, Ben Affleck, recently spoke at a Justice League press conference (via CinemaBlend) in London, and talked about what fans will see from Batman this time around:

“[The movie] also does take us to a more traditional version of Batman in the Justice League comics, and his role with the Justice League versus the less traditional version in Batman v Superman where he was blinded by rage and wanted to take on Superman. So, it was a lot of fun for me; I also got to have a kind of a dry wit, I got to play off Ezra [Miller], which was a lot of fun because he’s so funny and Bruce is always on the verge of exasperation. It was fun to show some other colors, for sure.”

From the trailers, this version of Batman does seem more likable. The Batsignal interaction with Flash fell short with me, it seemed a bit forced, but I can see what they’re trying to do, and I am good with it and hope other scenes play out better.

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What DC fans have been waiting a long time for is almost here, I certainly am excited to watch the film, and hope it continues the success of Wonder Woman.

Do Affleck’s words make you feel better going into Justice League? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: CinemaBlend

  • Victor Roa

    although these interviews are really painful, this one is pretty decent. Affleck is redirecting to his co star and help encourage the interviewer to focus on that….. but still the back the interviewer’s mind is like “so is batman holding guns and killing people again?”

  • Kindofabigdeal

    I like that Aflac sounds more interested in the project this time around. I really hope he stays. If he leaves, I think I’ll be done with this DC universe.

    • AmiRami

      I can’t picture him staying. He just costs WAY too much money and he seems to be more interested in his directing career than his acting career. Also, in this new age of sexual harassment in hollywood, Afleck isn’t exactly the safest bet WB could make.