After the Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League films, Ben Affleck may be going to co-write, direct, and star in a new stand-alone Batman movie!!! - says Deadline
DC fans are expecting to hear from Warner Bros. about their future plans for the DC movie universe at Comic-Con this week, and a movie from Ben Affleck the director may be part of it. Deadline is reporting that Affleck will co-write, direct, and star in a new stand-alone Batman movie just after the Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League films.
His creative partner in the project is said to be Geoff Johns, a comic and TV writer that also serves as DC's chief creative officer. Johns has worked on everything from The Flash and Arrow television shows to Batman: Arkham Knight. Given his vast knowledge of the DC universe, he would seem to be an ideal parter to help map the world of DC's comics into film, much like Kevin Feige has had the knowledge and geek credibility to oversee Marvel's cinematic world.
According to the report, the new Batman film will be shooting after Affleck finishes directing his next film Live By Night — and if Warner Bros. Earlier BusinessHeading reported that ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Will recreate scenes from ‘Gotham’.
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