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Jason Momoa Comments On The Possible Exit of Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck

For now there is a lot of positive buzz revolving DCEU films. For example Aquaman has a lot of positive buzz around it, not to mention it also had a huge opening weekend in China. SHAZAM! has recently dropped a new poster and it looks like another bright spot for the DCEU. On the other hand, a few months ago we have heard about the likely exit of Henry Cavill, who plays Clark Kent aka Superman, as well as Ben Affleck, who plays Bruce Wayne aka Batman. Although neither of those rumors have been confirmed, they have not been denied either.


One Justice League members we know isn’t going anywhere (for now) is star of the upcoming Aquaman film Jason Momoa who as we all know plays Arthur Curry aka Aquaman. In an interview with The Huffington Post, Momoa gave his thoughts about the possibilities of his co-stars from Justice League leaving the DCEU.

“If they’re both out, then listen: It’s just the place they’re at in their careers. I mean, how many has Henry done? He’s done three?” Momoa said. “Yeah, I mean, like, you want to move on. I think if I did… s***, I have done three.”

After Aquaman, Momoa was still under contract for at least one more film. His film does not include any cameos from any Justice League member, but it does reference some things that happened in Justice League. With that said, he understands why his former co-stars maybe would not come back for a future film.

“I mean, Henry wants to just expand on something,” he said. “Ben is an amazing director that is of age, and probably he’s done enough. I don’t know how to speak on behalf of them, but I had the time of my life [on ‘Justice League’].”

Although he had a great time with his co-stars it seems like Momoa understands the business part of it all. As far as his role as Aquaman, it will be interesting to see if with all this positive buzz, Warner Bros. doesn’t try and extend his contract. It sucks that Warner Bros. wasted the talents of both Cavill and Affleck in mediocre films, that had great potential. Let’s see if like with Wonder Woman, Aquaman can put a little hope for future DCEU projects.

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Warner Bros. Aquaman splashes into theaters December 21st, 2018.

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Source: The Huffington Post

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