Ben Affleck will return as Batman in both Aquaman 2 and The Flash

Ben Affleck first announced he was retiring from his portrayal of Batman in 2019, and has been vocal about how difficult it was for him to portray the character in it Batman vs Superman, justice leagueand the aborted version of The Batman that he should direct himself. But it seems the actor just can’t bring himself to ditch the cape altogether.

In addition to reprising the role of Bruce Wayne in The LightningIt has now been revealed that Affleck’s Batman and/or Bruce will be making one last – or penultimate – appearance next year Aquaman Consequence, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.

The beans were spilled on his Instagram feed by Arthur Curry himself, Jason Momoa – apparently to forestall a leak after some fans on a studio tour spotted Affleck on set.

“Bruce and Arthur REUNITED,” Momoa commented. “WB studio tours just explored the backlot, alright. broken on set […]”

Aquaman and the Lost KingdomSet to open on March 17, 2023, Affleck is slated to be his next appearance as Batman. The Lightning The film, originally slated for summer and then fall 2022, is now slated for June 23, 2023 – so Affleck’s repeated remarks that this would be his final appearance as Batman may prove accurate, despite his scenes for it last year turned . Warner Bros. is in a bind when it comes to advertising The Lightningas its star Ezra Miller seems to have gone off the rails, drawing a string of ugly headlines.

Affleck isn’t the only former Batman lead to reprise the role in him The Lightning. Thanks to a multiverse storyline, Michael Keaton will also be starring in the role he created for modern film audiences in 1989 Batman. Keaton will also play Bruce Wayne in the upcoming series bat girl film, while Robert Pattinson will return to the role in a sequel The Batman. How many Batmans does Warner Bros. need anyway? Surely it’s only a matter of time now before George Clooney gets the call… Ben Affleck will return as Batman in both Aquaman 2 and The Flash

Charles Jones

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