‘Batman’ Spoilers: Ben Affleck Movie To Cast Robin, The Joker and Harley Quinn?
Last month, Warner Bros. finally confirmed that Ben Affleck’s “Batman” movie was officially under development at San Diego Comic-con. While we know that its currently scripting phase, the studio has remained tight lipped about revealing any more details.Advertisement
Recently, it looks like Director David Ayer may have given away some plot details from “Batman” movie. During an interview, Ayer explained the reason behind Joker’s “Damaged” tattoo on the forehead and his metal teeth.
David Ayer confirmed that those references were linked to the Death of Robin. Since then, there have been speculations that this horrifying backstory will be explained in “Batman” movie.
It has also been revealed that Harley Quinn was an accomplice along with The Joker in the killing of Robin. Furthermore, Zack Snyder also touched upon the concept of Robin in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
If Ben Affleck and Geoff Johns are including the back story as part of the script, then Batman movie will be casting Robin, The Joker and Harley Quinn. Earlier, Collider also discussed about this event in their live stream.
Fans can check out the recorded video below from 6:22 as Collider’s Kristian Harloff and the rest debate the possibilities of these fictional characters in “Batman” movie.
Ben Affleck is currently busy as the executive producer of Justice League and is also part of the movie as Bruce Wayne a.k.a Batman. the DCEU title will be releasing on November 17th, 2017.
In other news, it looks like DCEU’s Aquaman movie will be using Black Manta as main villain. Furthemore, Warner Bros. may have already begun its casting judging a recent tweet .
The director of “Aquaman” movie, James Wan also spoke about the recent rumor. Judging his comment, it looks Black Manta is more likely to be in the film.
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