The process of making Batman vs. Superman, so far, has been...well, let's face it: At best, most fans would call it "troubling" and at worst, hardcore fans already think it's going to be a disaster. While most of the outcry from the denizens of the internet has been about the controversial casting choices, there was also the announcement Batman vs. Superman would be delayed by 10 months and the will it?/won't it? speculation as to whether or not the film is actually secretly going to be the long-anticipated Justice League movie. And oh, LAWDY, let's not even get started on the ridiculous and vicious body-shaming of Wonder Woman actress Gal Godot.
But now, newly-minted Alfred Pennyworth actor Jeremy Irons may have inadvertently added more fuel to the trainwreck fires in a recent interview he did with Absolute Radio: Good news, everyone (Warning: sarcasm)! The script isn't even finished yet.
So that's all going well.
Said Irons, "The script isn’t entirely finished. I’ve read a script. I think it’s not finalized yet."
On a more positive note, the acclaimed British thespian is absolutely thrilled to be working with Ben Affleck:
I think it’s a wonderful idea. He’s a lovely man and an interesting actor. I’m looking forward to getting to know him. I’ve only met him once.
Poor Henry Cavill. It's the sequel to his franchise, and somehow, everyone seems to forget about him.
But all is not lost. The film's release is still over two years away, and while it's a bit troubling the finalized script hasn't been signed off on, there's still time to tweak things. On the other hand, filming for Batman vs. Superman has already started in Michigan, so on second thought, yeah, maybe it's time for a bit of concern.
At this point, does anyone know what to think about B vs. S? Are we excited for it? Think it will suck? Building a shrine to Zack Snyder and praying nightly that the film won't bomb?
Biggest concern for Batman vs. Superman so far?