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DCEU Vet Drops F-Bomb Sharing How Deeply Ben Affleck’s Solo Batman Film Would Have Explored The Caped Crusader’s Mythos

Final 12 months, Matt Reeves’ The Batman was launched and launched the world to Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne, however there was a time when this mission was supposed to provide Ben Affleck’s Batman his personal platform. Forward of Batman v Superman: Daybreak of Justice’s launch in 2016, Affleck group with then-DC Leisure Chief Artistic Officer Geoff Johns to work on the DC film’s script, however it was in the end determined to scrap this angle in favor of going the reboot route. Now a veteran from the DC Prolonged Universe has opened up about how deeply Affleck’s model of The Batman would have explored the Caped Crusader’s mythos, and he dropped an f-bomb whereas doing so.

Jay Oliva has been a storyboard artist on quite a few DC tasks, together with DCEU entries Man of Metal, Batman v Superman: Daybreak of Justice, Marvel Girl and Justice League (each variations). He additionally served in a consultant-like through the DCEU period, and as such was finally looped into the event of Ben Affleck’s The Batman. In an interview with Inverse, Oliva famous that whereas he couldn’t “say a lot about this mission,” he first described it as “fucking superior” and “superb,” then added the next:

I’ve labored on lots of Batman issues and what was actually cool about it was, it was tying collectively lots of actually cool Batman storylines that had by no means been actually explored… Ben’s story was gonna cowl one thing that had by no means actually been lined in comics however was constructing off of storylines within the Batman mythos over the past 80 years and approaching it from a brand new form of perspective.