If it's Saturday at Comic-Con, it's time for the big guns to come out, and Warner Bros. has done that with some serious style. The studio's panel opened with a big, bruising look at 'Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice,' thanks to a new trailer (and more on that to come -- much more!), before director Zack Snyder trotted out stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, and Gal Gadot to greet their fans.
Move over, Marvel -- it's time for DC and Warner Bros. to have some fun at Comic-Con 2014. One of the movies we can't wait to hear more about this week is 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,' and director Zack Snyder has just teased a new look at Ben Affleck's Batman from the upcoming film.
Yes, Ben Affleck is the most hated man in America, but we're not referring to his Batman backlash (though, that has arguably quelled considerably). The latest 'Gone Girl' trailer previews director David Fincher's adaptation of the best-selling novel of the same name, in which Affleck's Nick Dunne becomes the primary suspect in his wife's disappearance and presumed murder.
Okay, Batman fans. This is a big one.
According to a new rumor, Ben Affleck will follow up major roles in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' and 'Justice League' with a solo outing as the Caped Crusader in a film with the simple (and perfect) working title, 'The Batman.'
But you've got to wait five years, because it's apparently eyeing a theatrical release in 2019.
Just yesterday, 'Batman vs. Superman' director Zack Snyder took to Twitter to entice fans with a teaser image of the new (and hopefully improved) batmobile coming in his 'Man of Steel' sequel with the promise of a full reveal coming soon. Now the time has come and we got more than we bargained for -- we've got our first look at Ben Affleck as The Dark Knight AND his new vehicle.
This is serious business, so let's get down to brass tacks: 'Batman vs. Superman' director Zack Snyder took to Twitter to tease his film's take on the Batmobile, AKA, Batman's personal vehicle, AKA, one of the most famous vehicles in all of popular culture. Snyder shared the first image of the iconic automobile, mostly covered by a tarp, with a message suggesting that a full reveal could come as soon as tomorrow.
TV seems never to be down and out these days, as where FOX and NBC have dusted off '24' and 'Heroes' respectively, now HBO is reaching into its own past to return Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's 'Project Greenlight' series after 13 years off the air. That said, will anything be different about the document series in its new iteration, and will Affleck and Damon return?
When it was revealed that the sequel to 'Man of Steel' would actually be 'Batman vs. Superman', fans were both excited and concerned. To some, it sounded like the best thing ever. To others, it seemed like desperation after Superman's epic return didn't do 'The Dark Knight'-sized business. However, director Zack Snyder has officially gone on record explaining why the Caped Crusader will be in the film ... and it turns out that he's been thinking about this for awhile.
David Fincher may not be directing a Steve Jobs biopic, but that doesn't mean he isn't keeping busy as his latest film, 'Gone Girl,' hits theaters later this year. The film, which is based on the best selling novel, stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, and now the first 'Gone Girl' trailer has hit the web.
In 1995, Kevin Smith followed up his directorial debut 'Clerks' with the comedy 'Mallrats,' starring Jason Lee and Jeremy London as two nerdy friends who, recently dumped by their girlfriends, spend the day at the local mall trying to win them back. Featuring an ensemble cast of Smith regulars (and a then relatively unknown Ben Affleck in a supporting role), the film wasn't quite a box office success, but went on to become a cult classic following home release. 19 years later, we revisit the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.