Ben Affleck is hanging up his cape and bidding a fond farewell to Batman.
In a TV appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last week, the A-list actor clarified who has played Ben Wayne in 3 motion pictures (“Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “Suicide Squad,” and “Justice League.”
) reveals why he won't return as the Caped Crusader in the 2021 movie "The Batman," to be composed and directed by Matt Reeves. Affleck is resigning from the job in the wake of playing Bruce Wayne.
"In the hope to direct a version of it, i worked with a great screenwriter, but we just couldn't break it - I could not come up with any version" Affleck told Kimmel. "So I thought the time had come to let another person tackle it. They got some great individuals, so I'm energized."
Affleck says he tried his best as can possibly be expected, however feels he isn't directly the one for the Job any longer.
"This super-Hero motion pictures get a different dimension of attention that is in no way like any film I've done. YYou cast the 14th lead in these films and the whole internet goes insane," Affleck revealed to USA Today, two years ago in an interview. "I comprehend and grasp that. That is a piece of the weight that accompanies doing it. That is the reason I am not going to do it, except if I truly feel sure about it."
Meanwhile, Affleck will before long star in and produce an adaptation of Kate Alice Marshall's tale "I Am Still Alive." He is likewise dedicated to featuring in up and coming movie "Torrance," a Gavin O'Connor-directed drama.
The new Dark Knight presently can't seem to be thrown.