ByIman Adipurnama, writer at Creators.co
Researcher, Material Science, Comic book fans, Casual Writer
Iman Adipurnama

Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara confirmed his studio is moving ahead with Ben Affleck's stand alone Batman movie, which Ben will star in and direct.

Despite a steep decline after the opening, Batman v. Superman, directed by Zack Snyder, has grossed nearly $800 million to date.

"It set up a great foundation for our DC slate, which includes at least 10 movies through 2020," said Tsuijhara. "I'm also excited to know that we will be working with Ben Affleck on a stand-alone Batman movie."

Just recently Warner Bros. has confirmed they will add two slots for DCEU films in the future: Oct. 5, 2018 and Nov. 1, 2019. Many speculated these two untitled DCEU films are Batman stand alone movie and Suicide Squad 2.

No more Sad Affleck?
No more Sad Affleck?

During a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, William Morris Endeavor’s Patrick Whitesell said that Affleck had written a script that is a “really cool [Batman idea],” adding that it’s “out there as an option.”

Affleck then revealed that he was working with DC Entertainment CCO Geoff Johns on a mystery project during an interview with DC All Access.

“Geoff Johns is a brilliant guy,” Affleck said. “You know he and I are working together on something and I really am excited about it, and I love him, he’s the best.

It seems that we got the script ready and confirmed by Warner Bros.

"I will direct my own movie, because I'm Batman!"
"I will direct my own movie, because I'm Batman!"

What do you think? Is it the right move for the studio?

Poll

Which Batman story do you want from stand alone Batman movie??

Trending

Latest from our Creators