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Ben Affleck signals Batman to leave

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Affleck has won two Oscars for writing and producing

Holy Recast, Batman! The search for a new Dark Knight is under way after Ben Affleck has evidently confirmed that he is putting on his bat cape.

The actor in fact said this by repeating a story in which it is said that Matt Reeves & # 39; The Batman would be made without him. [1

9659008] "Excited for #TheBatman in the summer of 2021 and to see how @MattReevesLA's vision comes to life," Affleck wrote.

The 46-year-old first appeared as a comic superhero in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. He briefly repeated the role in Suicide Squad the same year before returning to the figure in the Justice League in 2017.

Affleck was seen as both a director and a star in "Stand-Alone" film The Batman, but retired directing in 2017.

"It has become clear that I am not providing both jobs at the required level can do, "he said at the time.

The actor went on to reduce the rumors that he had given up the role he was "so excited to be Batman".

The apparent reversal of this position follows him, suggesting that he seek treatment for alcohol addiction last summer.

  Ben Affleck with Henry Cavill in Batman against Superman: Dawn of Justice

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Affleck made his Batman / Bruce Wayne debut against Henry Cavill in Batman against Superman: Dawn of Justice

The Batman, which Cloverfield's director Reeves will write as well as direct, will be released on June 25, 2021.

Cinemas feature the upcoming Joker movie by Joaquin Phoenix, a Wonder Woman sequel, and another screening for Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn character.

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Who will become the next capped Crusader will continue an excellent line that began in 1943 when Lewis Wilson became Batman's first screen

Here are some of the most famous actors who inhabit the Batcave.

Adam West

  Adam West as Bruce Wayne and Batman

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West, who died in 2017 at the age of 88, achieved cult status with his witty portrayal of Batman in the TV series 1960s.

"I'm thankful for the bat," he later admitted. "I learned a long time ago that because people love Batman, so should I."

Michael Keaton

  Michael Keaton with Jack Nicholson in Batman

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Not all welcomed Keaton's casting as Batman in Tim Burton's blockbuster of 1989, in which he starred alongside Jack Nicholsons Joker occurred.

"What Tim and I talked about for the movie, I knew we were right," he said in 2017. Twenty-five years after his second and final Bat tour in Batman Returns.

Val Kilmer

  Val Kilmer in and out of costume

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Kilmer only appeared once as Batman on Batman Forever of 1995, but still had plenty of time to catch up with the iconic costume to occupy the figure.

"The suit takes an hour to get in, and you can not do it alone, and then you do not hear there are really no ear holes in it," he reflected in 2012.

George Clooney

  Geor ge Clooney in and out of costume

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The star of the emergency room was another Batman who was in a single action and now expresses his concern over Batman and Robin, in which he appeared.

"At the time, I thought this would be a very good career move," he told Graham Norton in 2015. "That was not the case."

Christian Bale

  Christian Bale in the flesh and blood Batman in the Dark Knight

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Bale, who currently receives awards and praise for his role in Vice, bestows the Role in Batman Begins from 2005 Both youthful vigor and brooding intensity "I always thought it could be a really good movie about Batman," he said of Christopher Nolan's film, which spawned two more blockbuster sequels.

Will Arnett

  Lego Batman and Will Arnett

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"Lego Batman does not know he is an animated character." Arnett says of the role he plays now embodied in three comic capers.

"By this I mean that I have addressed him as a character I play with an inner life," continues the actor, who is currently giving his best on Gotham Growl in The Lego Movie 2.

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