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2013-08-24 11:06:47 AM  
Won't happen

NERD RAGE!!!!
 
2013-08-24 11:07:18 AM  
Is he going to be the evil business person or the silly lycra wearing super criminal?
 
2013-08-24 11:07:47 AM  
Watching Ben Affleck as batman will be worse then loosing a ball to cancer.
 
2013-08-24 11:08:05 AM  
I'll accept it.  Deactivating nerd rage. Heisenberg trumps weak Batman casting.
 
2013-08-24 11:08:33 AM  
FTFA's Headline:

Bryan Cranston confirmed to play Lex Luthor in Batman/Man of Steel?Bryan Cranston has reportedly been cast as Lex Luthor in the Batman/Superman team-up sequel to Man of Steel.

/That word, subby
 
2013-08-24 11:09:10 AM  

Epicfarker: Heisenberg trumps weak Batman casting.


Are you certain?
 
2013-08-24 11:09:28 AM  

Some Coke Drinking Guy: Watching Ben Affleck as batman will be worse then loosing a ball to cancer.


Still not as bad as your spelling
 
2013-08-24 11:09:50 AM  

rugman11: FTFA's Headline:

Bryan Cranston confirmed to play Lex Luthor in Batman/Man of Steel?

Bryan Cranston has reportedly been cast as Lex Luthor in the Batman/Superman team-up sequel to Man of Steel.

/That word, subby


Bah, formatting.
 
2013-08-24 11:10:24 AM  
After seeing Meth in the Middle, I think Bryan's getting typecast. Although maybe a slightly neurotic Lex Luthor prone to a bit of the ultraviolence might be interesting.
 
2013-08-24 11:10:51 AM  
I am the Luthor.
 
2013-08-24 11:11:53 AM  
I have only seen Cranston in the ads for Breaking Bad, not the series.
What I know him from is Malcolm in the Middle and Seinfeld.
I hope he brings his BB ad persona, but I would love to see a bit of Malcolm's dad. Though, not as campy as Hackman's Luthor.

Also, can we hire someone to give Cavil some hair transplants?
 
2013-08-24 11:13:27 AM  
Cookin' up some blue Kryptonite?
 
2013-08-24 11:13:42 AM  
I'm in.

will give Affleck a chance sine I gave ledger one.
 
2013-08-24 11:14:49 AM  
I was hoping for Cranston in the 2015 star wars

www.flicksandbits.com
 
2013-08-24 11:15:03 AM  
I want to see the 90's Clone Luthor with the long luxurious red hair.
 
2013-08-24 11:15:18 AM  
So its head first back into the Joel Schumacher batnipples universe then?
 
2013-08-24 11:15:19 AM  
I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.
 
2013-08-24 11:16:02 AM  

Smeggy Smurf: Some Coke Drinking Guy: Watching Ben Affleck as batman will be worse then loosing a ball to cancer.

Still not as bad as your spelling


I don't see any spellings stakes.


/just the loose ball
 
2013-08-24 11:16:26 AM  
Affleck is a great choice for Batman... Lets be honest the bar is so low right now anyway after Bale's horrendous "cookie monster" version.
 
2013-08-24 11:16:29 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.


I'm hoping for a Chasing Joker scenario.
 
2013-08-24 11:16:54 AM  

wildcardjack: After seeing Meth in the Middle, I think Bryan's getting typecast. Although maybe a slightly neurotic Lex Luthor prone to a bit of the ultraviolence might be interesting.


He was fantastic in Drive as the crippled auto mechanic. Furthest thing from Walter White.
 
2013-08-24 11:17:24 AM  

Resident Muslim: Smeggy Smurf: Some Coke Drinking Guy: Watching Ben Affleck as batman will be worse then loosing a ball to cancer.

Still not as bad as your spelling

I don't see any spellings stakes.


/just the loose ball


Cry havoc and let slip the hog of whore
 
2013-08-24 11:18:02 AM  
An above image may actually be onto something... why not cast him in Star Wars VII?
 
2013-08-24 11:18:07 AM  
Relax, dorks. It's a movie. At worst, you're out $9.50 and a couple of hours.
 
2013-08-24 11:18:28 AM  
Why is Hollywood continually making movies over and over again? I mean seriously, gets some new ideas.
 
2013-08-24 11:18:52 AM  
I'll tell you one person who LOVES Ben Afleck as Batman- Joel Schumacher.  He REALLY wishes he could put nipples and an exagerated crotch on Benny boys suit...

4starblog.com

Wish they had given nips and a cameltoe to Alicia Silverstone...or just retitled the 1989 version.
 
2013-08-24 11:18:52 AM  
Another badly acting hack casting.  Are they trying to kill DCs movie franchises.
 
2013-08-24 11:18:54 AM  
This thing is being rushed into production to compete with Marvel rather than taking the time to develop the series (like Marvel did). It is also being directed by Snyder and will continue to perpetuate the overly brooding Nolan tone that only worked for two movies.

This movie was doomed long before they cast Affleck.

I'm sure Affleck, Cavil, and Cranston will all do their best to make the movie watchable.
 
2013-08-24 11:19:24 AM  
Batman and Superman should "tread lightly"
 
2013-08-24 11:19:58 AM  

PsyLord: Is he going to be the evil business person or the silly lycra wearing super criminal?


It's going to be the human-firster, aliens shouldn't be the height of achievement evil businessman, I assume...but man, a small part of me wants to see Cranston in the green powersuit.
blog.newsarama.com
 
2013-08-24 11:20:37 AM  

johnnyrocket: Why is Hollywood continually making movies over and over again? I mean seriously, gets some new ideas.


Hollywood is the new comic book industry. Get used to multiverses, reboots, retcons and general running shiat into the ground.

/Actually the comic book analogy helps me enjoy it more.
 
2013-08-24 11:20:53 AM  
I won't give into nerd rage until I see the movie.
 
2013-08-24 11:22:14 AM  
So we'll see Lex Luthor in his tighty-whiteys?
 
2013-08-24 11:22:45 AM  
Breaking Batman?
 
GBB
2013-08-24 11:23:27 AM  
Meh... type-cast.  Not interested.
 
2013-08-24 11:24:02 AM  
Cranston already pretty much plays Lex Luthor in BB.
 
2013-08-24 11:25:21 AM  
Why not Andy Dick?
 
2013-08-24 11:26:29 AM  
Nice try, subby, but Affleck is still the worst casting in the history of ever. Why won't studio executives listen to the spittle and tear-stained advice of fanboys? Now, they're stuck torrenting a clearly inferior film.
 
2013-08-24 11:26:32 AM  
The problem with Ben Affleck is you look at him and think "yeah, I could beat that guy in a fight."  How is he going to get any respect as Batman?  I wish they had picked some unknown person to do it, it's not like they need a recognized name for these movies.
 
2013-08-24 11:26:38 AM  

johnnyrocket: Why is Hollywood continually making movies over and over again? I mean seriously, gets some new ideas.


Hold up. When was the last Batman/Superman movie?
 
2013-08-24 11:26:57 AM  
ih0.redbubble.net
 
2013-08-24 11:27:48 AM  

ciberido: Epicfarker: Heisenberg trumps weak Batman casting.

Are you certain?


There is always uncertainty with Heisenberg.
 
2013-08-24 11:27:53 AM  

Saiga410: Another badly acting hack casting.  Are they trying to kill DCs movie franchises.


Don't you know you'll never get any good bites on that on a weekend?
 
2013-08-24 11:27:55 AM  
But the real question is...What will Lex Jr. be eating for breakfast?
 
2013-08-24 11:28:05 AM  
I heard that Gabriel Iglesias is considering the role of Otis.

Are we going to Addis Ababa, Mister Luthor?

/fluffy
 
2013-08-24 11:28:05 AM  
Spoiler: Breaking Bad ends like the sopranos.
 
2013-08-24 11:28:19 AM  
Haha. Cranston will have to shave his head again.
 
GBB
2013-08-24 11:28:36 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.


Good batman, bad bruce wayne.

Afleck?  Acting Chops?   No.  He simply plays himself in everything he does.  That's not acting.
 
2013-08-24 11:29:27 AM  
I wonder if they'll have some sort of relationship between Wayne/Batman and Luthor like they established in Kingdom Come.  Luthor is a human firster, and Wayne appears to be going along with it just to find out what Luthor is really up to so he can derail the plans.   That seems the most likely way you can tie Batman into the Superman movie while at the same time at least tacitly putting Superman and Batman at odds with each other to appease all the fanboys dying to see the two fight.

/would have preferred to see Mark Strong as Luthor
 
2013-08-24 11:30:36 AM  
*Breaking News*

Follow Up: Upon news that Ben Affleck had been confirmed as the new Batman, Bryan Cranston has now declined to take part in the upcoming Man of Steel/ Batman film. He had previously been cast as Superman's nemesis, Lex Luthor.

Instead, Cranston has now chosen to do a reboot of The Mighty Ducks.
 
2013-08-24 11:30:55 AM  
He looks different with hair and without glasses.
 
GBB
2013-08-24 11:32:29 AM  
Hancock vs Superman, GO!
 
2013-08-24 11:32:41 AM  
So lets get this straight. Batman's only enemies is the joker, penguin, two face, and scarecrow. Superman has general Zod and Lex.


According to Hollywood anyway.
 
2013-08-24 11:33:06 AM  

wildcardjack: After seeing Meth in the Middle, I think Bryan's getting typecast. Although maybe a slightly neurotic Lex Luthor prone to a bit of the ultraviolence might be interesting.


No reason to think Cranston can't go for a more animated and less sinister Heisenberg - like a more psychotic Heisenberg with Hal's temperament.

Also, I liked MoS. There's no way to make a Superman movie without it looking like a rip off of Donner's or mega-crap like Returns.

// haven't started the new ones yet, so shhhhh...
 
ecl
2013-08-24 11:34:29 AM  
i.chzbgr.com

Batman looks stoned out of his gourd.
 
2013-08-24 11:34:42 AM  

Dremin: The problem with Ben Affleck is you look at him and think "yeah, I could beat that guy in a fight."  How is he going to get any respect as Batman?


well, Batman is wearing a mask...


salvador.hardin: This movie was doomed long before they cast Affleck.


that's pretty much my impression too. Though I think Affleck is an odd choice, I'm pretty sure he won't be the one who sinks the film.
 
2013-08-24 11:34:49 AM  

PsyLord: Is he going to be the evil business person or the silly lycra wearing super criminal?


Well, if he's going to be in multiple films, hopefully both.

Starts off as a genius business man with political aspiration. Ends up wearing green and purple and leading an army of his fellow lunatics to save humanity from the alien menace.

Crazy Lex is best Lex.
 
2013-08-24 11:36:25 AM  
Epicfarker:

Are you certain?

There is always uncertainty with Heisenberg.


Nice one!
 
2013-08-24 11:37:37 AM  

salvador.hardin: This thing is being rushed into production to compete with Marvel rather than taking the time to develop the series (like Marvel did). It is also being directed by Snyder and will continue to perpetuate the overly brooding Nolan tone that only worked for two movies.

This movie was doomed long before they cast Affleck.

I'm sure Affleck, Cavil, and Cranston will all do their best to make the movie watchable.


Oh for farks sake. Doomed??? REALLY??
 
2013-08-24 11:39:37 AM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Affleck is a great choice for Batman... Lets be honest the bar is so low right now anyway after Bale's horrendous "cookie monster" version.


I haven't been paying attention: have we reached Peak Nolan?
 
2013-08-24 11:40:37 AM  
Well, he's got the look, but they better be writing Lex's personality to be that of a real estate shyster, otherwise I'm going to rage.
 
2013-08-24 11:41:20 AM  
Didn't see the last Superman movie, watched the Nolan films when they were on TV. Not a DC fan. But wouldn't this make more sense as a JLA setup? Various superheros see Superman as an alien, destructive force and head to Metropolis to fight this menace?
The members meet each other, have the initial fight/reach agreement scenes, then gang up on Superman?
Bruce and Lex team up to rebuild the city, Batman joins/forms the JLA, JLA has fight/reach agreement scene with Superman, then take on Lex.
I thought Bruce was broke, but that was in the Nolan films.
 
2013-08-24 11:41:52 AM  
How can anyone look at Batfleck and get even the slightest impression that he'll be anything more than lol-worthy trying to face off against Superman?
 
2013-08-24 11:42:32 AM  
I still feel a disturbance, as if millions of neck-bearded losers cried out into the night and were quickly silenced.
 
2013-08-24 11:43:34 AM  

simplicimus: Didn't see the last Superman movie, watched the Nolan films when they were on TV. Not a DC fan. But wouldn't this make more sense as a JLA setup? Various superheros see Superman as an alien, destructive force and head to Metropolis to fight this menace?
The members meet each other, have the initial fight/reach agreement scenes, then gang up on Superman?
Bruce and Lex team up to rebuild the city, Batman joins/forms the JLA, JLA has fight/reach agreement scene with Superman, then take on Lex.
I thought Bruce was broke, but that was in the Nolan films.


The saddest part is that you've admitted to being a non-fan of DC content and yet, with a few sentences, you made a more coherent plot that makes more sense, has more opportunity for conflict, growth, development, drama and a climatic showdown than anything they're likely to do with B vs S.
 
2013-08-24 11:44:08 AM  

stoli n coke: ...and were quickly silenced.


You wish.
 
2013-08-24 11:45:09 AM  
guys this is nothing but unsubstantiated rumor coming from one of the biggest pieces of crap comic book site on the net.(cosmicbookworld) these guys report anything they get emailed to them. I'm surprised this other site felt they should give them any cred at all to repeat this lie.
 
2013-08-24 11:46:09 AM  
Did I miss something?  Did 90% of the world's film actors die recently, leaving us with just a handful of people to play every role?
 
2013-08-24 11:46:16 AM  

stuhayes2010: So lets get this straight. Batman's only enemies is the joker, penguin, two face, and scarecrow. Superman has general Zod and Lex.


It doesn't say he'll be the enemy in the film, it says he's been cast.
He's a major character in the Superman universe so it seems silly to NOT have Lex Luthor in the film just so you don't appear obvious!
 
2013-08-24 11:46:31 AM  
How many cakes will he steal?
 
2013-08-24 11:47:50 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.


www.catholicmannight.com

If by "chops" you mean "nothing in his body of work that shows he has the range or gravitas to play a character like Batman" then yes, he has chops.
 
2013-08-24 11:48:31 AM  

simplicimus: Didn't see the last Superman movie, watched the Nolan films when they were on TV. Not a DC fan. But wouldn't this make more sense as a JLA setup? Various superheros see Superman as an alien, destructive force and head to Metropolis to fight this menace?
The members meet each other, have the initial fight/reach agreement scenes, then gang up on Superman?
Bruce and Lex team up to rebuild the city, Batman joins/forms the JLA, JLA has fight/reach agreement scene with Superman, then take on Lex.
I thought Bruce was broke, but that was in the Nolan films.


This is probably what will happen. I don't think that Batman is going to play that big a role in the MoS II really. More than a cameo but not a major player I don't think.
 
2013-08-24 11:49:15 AM  
FeedTheCollapse: Dremin: The problem with Ben Affleck is you look at him and think "yeah, I could beat that guy in a fight."  How is he going to get any respect as Batman?

well, Batman is wearing a mask...

Fezzik: Why do you wear a mask? Were you burned by acid, or something like that?
Man in Black: Oh no, it's just that they're terribly comfortable. I think everyone will be wearing them in the future.
 
ecl
2013-08-24 11:51:39 AM  
I want a Superman film where they retcon him all the way into being barely faster than a car and only able to jump over medium sized statues or monuments.  Heat vision and X-ray are gone. Wtf DC.  He is strong enough to knock out an elephant with a punch. Not pulverize it's skull.  Windmouth and freeze breath are absolutely off the f*cking table.  His one thing he can keep is invincibility.  No Kryptonite for the love of god.
 
2013-08-24 11:52:35 AM  
Bryan Cranston?

Isn't he a figure skater? Sounds like a figure skater name.

Just kidding. I Googled him and he looks like a Lex Luthor. And I see from the pictures above that he has a TV show that I have heard of.

Good for him.

I'm sure he'll do a fine job. He looks like our former Mayor, who I also called "Lex Luthor" because he was a boot-strappy high tech billionare type. He was booted out for running the city like a business. You can't get away with that shiat in public office. Too public.
 
2013-08-24 11:53:20 AM  
Oh yeah, that bears repeating: This version of Superman's universe doesn't have Kryptonite in it.
 
2013-08-24 11:54:12 AM  
So essentially, every two years or so Hollywood is going to come out with a new, "rebooted" Batman/Superman/Spider-Man movie? Is that right?

Christ, how frequently do you really need to retell the same story over and over? There should be some rule that at least a decade has to pass before a new version of these films can be made.

I guess it's amazing I survived as a kid in the '70's, being limited  to seeing only one Superman film and the occasional rerun of Adam West's 1960's Batman.
 
2013-08-24 11:54:22 AM  

simplicimus: FeedTheCollapse: Dremin: The problem with Ben Affleck is you look at him and think "yeah, I could beat that guy in a fight."  How is he going to get any respect as Batman?

well, Batman is wearing a mask...

Fezzik: Why do you wear a mask? Were you burned by acid, or something like that?
Man in Black: Oh no, it's just that they're terribly comfortable. I think everyone will be wearing them in the future.


I think Affleck is 6'2" and probably close to 200 lbs. It's reported that he is doing 2 a day workouts getting ready.  and he has the chin for it..
sphotos-b-atl.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2013-08-24 11:55:54 AM  

Infernalist: Oh yeah, that bears repeating: This version of Superman's universe doesn't have Kryptonite in it.


Which basically puts the story-arc from The Dark Knight Returns off the table.  Which was the only thing about this franchise I was half-interested in.
 
2013-08-24 11:56:38 AM  

Infernalist: Oh yeah, that bears repeating: This version of Superman's universe doesn't have Kryptonite in it.


sure it does. no one has discovered it yet is all. that's probably what Luthor does. And Bats after doing research on Supes and finally deciding they're on the same side will probably save his life when Luthor tries to kill him with the Kryptonite.
 
2013-08-24 11:57:14 AM  

TastyEloi: So essentially, every two years or so Hollywood is going to come out with a new, "rebooted" Batman/Superman/Spider-Man movie? Is that right?

Christ, how frequently do you really need to retell the same story over and over? There should be some rule that at least a decade has to pass before a new version of these films can be made.

I guess it's amazing I survived as a kid in the '70's, being limited  to seeing only one Superman film and the occasional rerun of Adam West's 1960's Batman.



So basically, they're doing the exact same thing that the comic book industry has been doing for decades. You'd think the Cheeto-munching basement dwellers would be happy about that.
 
2013-08-24 11:58:38 AM  
I wish Telly Savalas were still around to take the job.
 
2013-08-24 11:59:41 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-08-24 12:00:18 PM  

zimbach: I wish Telly Savalas were still around to take the job.


Billy Zane could probably do it justice. Or Jason Statham.
 
2013-08-24 12:00:53 PM  

ciberido: Epicfarker: Heisenberg trumps weak Batman casting.

Are you certain?


+1
 
2013-08-24 12:02:11 PM  

Hobodeluxe: simplicimus: FeedTheCollapse: Dremin: The problem with Ben Affleck is you look at him and think "yeah, I could beat that guy in a fight."  How is he going to get any respect as Batman?

well, Batman is wearing a mask...

Fezzik: Why do you wear a mask? Were you burned by acid, or something like that?
Man in Black: Oh no, it's just that they're terribly comfortable. I think everyone will be wearing them in the future.

I think Affleck is 6'2" and probably close to 200 lbs. It's reported that he is doing 2 a day workouts getting ready.  and he has the chin for it..
[sphotos-b-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 657x960]


And the moment Batman opens his mouth and says something, all suspension of disbelief is gone and we're staring at Ben Affleck in a Batman suit.

He can't do it.  Daredevil proved that.
 
2013-08-24 12:02:13 PM  

mr0x: Haha. Cranston will have to shave his head again.


Haha
 
2013-08-24 12:02:52 PM  

stoli n coke: TastyEloi: So essentially, every two years or so Hollywood is going to come out with a new, "rebooted" Batman/Superman/Spider-Man movie? Is that right?

Christ, how frequently do you really need to retell the same story over and over? There should be some rule that at least a decade has to pass before a new version of these films can be made.

I guess it's amazing I survived as a kid in the '70's, being limited  to seeing only one Superman film and the occasional rerun of Adam West's 1960's Batman.


So basically, they're doing the exact same thing that the comic book industry has been doing for decades. You'd think the Cheeto-munching basement dwellers would be happy about that.


actually there hadn't been a retelling of the Superman origin story since 1977.
For Batman it was 1989.
and this one isn't going to be a retelling of the origin of Batman either.
 
2013-08-24 12:04:10 PM  

stoli n coke: TastyEloi: So essentially, every two years or so Hollywood is going to come out with a new, "rebooted" Batman/Superman/Spider-Man movie? Is that right?

Christ, how frequently do you really need to retell the same story over and over? There should be some rule that at least a decade has to pass before a new version of these films can be made.

I guess it's amazing I survived as a kid in the '70's, being limited  to seeing only one Superman film and the occasional rerun of Adam West's 1960's Batman.


So basically, they're doing the exact same thing that the comic book industry has been doing for decades. You'd think the Cheeto-munching basement dwellers would be happy about that.


I like cheetos
 
2013-08-24 12:07:10 PM  
You guys ready to laugh?

Imagine Ben Affleck in the Batman suit.  Now imagine him trying to interrogate a criminal.  Using Christian Bale's Batman voice.
 
2013-08-24 12:08:17 PM  

dfacto: You guys ready to laugh?

Imagine Ben Affleck in the Batman suit.  Now imagine him trying to interrogate a criminal.  Using Christian Bale's Batman voice.


I don't have to imagine it, he tried to do it in Daredevil aka Batman-lite.  He looked hilarious growling things out in that first opening fight scene in the bar...
 
2013-08-24 12:09:03 PM  
sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2013-08-24 12:09:08 PM  

Infernalist: And the moment Batman opens his mouth and says something, all suspension of disbelief is gone and we're staring at Ben Affleck in a Batman suit.


i44.tinypic.com
 
2013-08-24 12:09:54 PM  

stoli n coke: TastyEloi: So essentially, every two years or so Hollywood is going to come out with a new, "rebooted" Batman/Superman/Spider-Man movie? Is that right?

Christ, how frequently do you really need to retell the same story over and over? There should be some rule that at least a decade has to pass before a new version of these films can be made.

I guess it's amazing I survived as a kid in the '70's, being limited  to seeing only one Superman film and the occasional rerun of Adam West's 1960's Batman.


So basically, they're doing the exact same thing that the comic book industry has been doing for decades. You'd think the Cheeto-munching basement dwellers would be happy about that.


Even when I was a kid, back when comic books were actually comic books and not "graphic novels," I tended to get bored reading Superman and Batman and Spider-Man over and over. Because it was basically the same story rehashed. It was probably only the fact they were so cheap that I kept buying them. More often than not, I would choose some other comic book hero, or something weird, like Magnus, Robot Fighter.
 
2013-08-24 12:10:20 PM  

Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]


Massive trolling.
 
ecl
2013-08-24 12:13:19 PM  
I heard Marky Mark will be the Joker.
 
2013-08-24 12:14:31 PM  

Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.


most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.
 
2013-08-24 12:15:31 PM  
www.patfullerton.com
 
2013-08-24 12:17:44 PM  
Well I'm happy he got that dump truck full of money driven up to his house but nothing could possibly make that movie not suck.
 
2013-08-24 12:18:48 PM  

Hobodeluxe: stoli n coke: TastyEloi: So essentially, every two years or so Hollywood is going to come out with a new, "rebooted" Batman/Superman/Spider-Man movie? Is that right?

Christ, how frequently do you really need to retell the same story over and over? There should be some rule that at least a decade has to pass before a new version of these films can be made.

I guess it's amazing I survived as a kid in the '70's, being limited  to seeing only one Superman film and the occasional rerun of Adam West's 1960's Batman.


So basically, they're doing the exact same thing that the comic book industry has been doing for decades. You'd think the Cheeto-munching basement dwellers would be happy about that.

actually there hadn't been a retelling of the Superman origin story since 1977.
For Batman it was 1989.
and this one isn't going to be a retelling of the origin of Batman either.



But all the Superman and Batman films, whether origin stories or not, are basically the same story, repeated  with different villains. I mean, really, there's only so much you can do with them.

There's a reason why comic books and cartoons appeal to children--because kids love and maybe even need repetition. Adults, (hopefully) not so much.
 
2013-08-24 12:19:46 PM  
I had a weird semi-homo dream I was massaging Cranston's polished scalp with tea tree oil as the full cast of Good Times watched.
/seemed like the time and place to reveal that
 
2013-08-24 12:21:46 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Affleck is a great choice for Batman... Lets be honest the bar is so low right now anyway after Bale's horrendous "cookie monster" version.


They over used the martyr formula but still, those movies rocked. I'm not really into the previous queer, cross dressing batman incarnations... not being flamboyantly gay and all.
 
2013-08-24 12:22:09 PM  

Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.


Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.
 
2013-08-24 12:22:58 PM  
i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-24 12:26:34 PM  
If it were a Marvel movie, it would matter because there's a chance it could be good.  But it's DC, so who the fark cares?
 
2013-08-24 12:27:00 PM  

Infernalist: dfacto: You guys ready to laugh?

Imagine Ben Affleck in the Batman suit.  Now imagine him trying to interrogate a criminal.  Using Christian Bale's Batman voice.

I don't have to imagine it, he tried to do it in Daredevil aka Batman-lite.  He looked hilarious growling things out in that first opening fight scene in the bar...


That stupid movie tarnished that awesome Evanesence song for me forever.
 
2013-08-24 12:27:07 PM  

hitlersbrain: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Affleck is a great choice for Batman... Lets be honest the bar is so low right now anyway after Bale's horrendous "cookie monster" version.

They over used the martyr formula but still, those movies rocked. I'm not really into the previous queer, cross dressing batman incarnations... not being flamboyantly gay and all.


The movies were fantastic. Bale's batman voice was laughable.
 
2013-08-24 12:27:14 PM  
I believe the origin of nerdrage toward Aflack began when he was caught farking Jeniffer Lopez. He could never be forgiven for that transgression.
 
2013-08-24 12:27:30 PM  

Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.

Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.



Bullshiat. Up until Ledger was cast as the Joker, the main critically acclaimed performance he had turned in was Brokeback Mountain, which fanboys wouldn't admit to seeing.
 
2013-08-24 12:29:46 PM  

stoli n coke: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.

Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.


Bullshiat. Up until Ledger was cast as the Joker, the main critically acclaimed performance he had turned in was Brokeback Mountain, which fanboys wouldn't admit to seeing.


And Casanova, and A Knight's Tale, and Ten Things I Hate About You.  But, all of that is irrelevant to the fact that Ledger didn't have a history of sucking ass in the Superhero role and shiatting on it afterward.
 
2013-08-24 12:30:39 PM  
Don't you think Hank would make a better Lex Luthor?

"Okay boss, we gathered up all them Kryptonite rocks like you said --"

"THEY'RE MINERALS!!!"
 
2013-08-24 12:30:49 PM  

Authentic Chop Suey: I believe the origin of nerdrage toward Aflack began when he was caught farking Jeniffer Lopez. He could never be forgiven for that transgression.


Nah, it was after Daredevil came out and people learned he was farking Jennifer Garner. She had a big cult following at that time, and Affleck crushed their dreams.
 
2013-08-24 12:33:53 PM  

Infernalist: stoli n coke: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.

Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.


Bullshiat. Up until Ledger was cast as the Joker, the main critically acclaimed performance he had turned in was Brokeback Mountain, which fanboys wouldn't admit to seeing.

And Casanova, and A Knight's Tale, and Ten Things I Hate About You.  But, all of that is irrelevant to the fact that Ledger didn't have a history of sucking ass in the Superhero role and shiatting on it afterward.



Jesus Christ, are you crying? Show us on the doll where Daredevil touched you.

Casanova was a bomb, Knight's Tale was forgettable popcorn fare, and 10 Things was an ensemble teen comedy. Do you really think that is a fanboy suitable resume for a Batman vilain?
 
2013-08-24 12:34:58 PM  

stoli n coke: Infernalist: stoli n coke: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]

Massive trolling.

most of the casting for these films get shiat on by the internet and the fanboys. it happened with Keaton,Ledger,Downey jr,Ruffalo,ScarJo and the list goes on and on. You'll never make everyone happy.

Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

See, the problem with the people who say "Oh, they always shiat on the casting choices" is that Batfleck has a HISTORY of sucking as a Superhero, who is on the record as saying that it was a humiliation and is glad he did it only so that it insulated him from ever being considered for another Superhero role in the future.

Batfleck has never done a role where he managed to come off as anything required for the Batman role.

Granted, Clooney didn't do it either.  And Kilmer came off more as emotionally damaged than anything else.

But, in this movie, the Batman has to not only be intimidating to 'criminals', but he has to have the ability to be so intimidating and so 'believable' in his confidence and determination that he convinces us that he not only has the stones to stand up to an invincible, immortal alien Demi-god in the form of Superman...but that he can BEAT HIM.

Otherwise, it's not Batman VS Superman...It's Superman and Robin.


Bullshiat. Up until Ledger was cast as the Joker, the main critically acclaimed performance he had turned in was Brokeback Mountain, which fanboys wouldn't admit to seeing.

And Casanova, and A Knight's Tale, and Ten Things I Hate About You.  But, all of that is irrelevant to the fact that Ledger didn't have a history of sucking ass in the Superhero role and shiatting on it afterward.


J ...


I'm sorry, I couldn't hear you over the sound of the troll in your mouth.
 
2013-08-24 12:37:33 PM  

Smeggy Smurf: Some Coke Drinking Guy: Watching Ben Affleck as batman will be worse then loosing a ball to cancer.

Still not as bad as your spelling


Smeggy Smurf must be  Rotsky's new Fark handle.
 
2013-08-24 12:38:53 PM  
Oh god. I'm laughing so hard I'm crying.
 
2013-08-24 12:38:56 PM  
Aflek would totally channel Adam West for a return to campy batman.
 
2013-08-24 12:39:57 PM  
It really isn't going to matter if they put Sir Lawrence Olivier in the role of Luthor. Affleck is going to suck.
 
2013-08-24 12:40:34 PM  

Authentic Chop Suey: I believe the origin of nerdrage toward Aflack began when he was caught farking Jeniffer Lopez. He could never be forgiven for that transgression.



We were far more upset when he got into bed with Cartman's right hand.
 
ecl
2013-08-24 12:43:44 PM  

bonobo73: Authentic Chop Suey: I believe the origin of nerdrage toward Aflack began when he was caught farking Jeniffer Lopez. He could never be forgiven for that transgression.


We were far more upset when he got into bed with Cartman's right hand.


How could he resist her taco flavored kisses?
 
2013-08-24 12:49:59 PM  

Esroc: I want to see the 90's Clone Luthor with the long luxurious red hair.




He's got the 90's goatee.
 
2013-08-24 12:54:37 PM  
I don't know where to begin with this thread and the internet in general since the Affleck announcement. So much nerd butthurt.
 
2013-08-24 01:03:45 PM  

Lord Binky: I don't know where to begin with this thread and the internet in general since the Affleck announcement. So much nerd butthurt.



Schadenfreude? Yea, I'm gonna go with schadenfreude.
 
2013-08-24 01:05:54 PM  
Studio executives have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.
 
2013-08-24 01:07:41 PM  

thismomentinblackhistory: Studio executives WB/DC have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.


Marvel/Disney have learned that happy comic book nerds spend a LOT MORE MONEY than angry sad ones.
 
2013-08-24 01:09:00 PM  

Lord Binky: I don't know where to begin with this thread and the internet in general since the Affleck announcement. So much nerd butthurt.


I don't get it. I'm a nerd and I think this is a great choice.
 
2013-08-24 01:14:50 PM  

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Lord Binky: I don't know where to begin with this thread and the internet in general since the Affleck announcement. So much nerd butthurt.

I don't get it. I'm a nerd and I think this is a great choice.


Not anymore. I'm going to need you turn in your badge.
 
2013-08-24 01:15:05 PM  
I'm just happy that they decided to go with Walter White instead of Malcolm in the Middle's Dad.
 
2013-08-24 01:15:24 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.


So, what universe are you from where this is true?
 
2013-08-24 01:15:51 PM  
Cranston is the motherfarking BOMB.

That is all.
 
2013-08-24 01:17:29 PM  

phenn: Cranston is the motherfarking BOMB.

That is all.


and Batfleck is going to look like a tard standing across from him.
 
2013-08-24 01:18:47 PM  

Agent Smiths Laugh: AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.

So, what universe are you from where this is true?


The one where Kristen Stewart has an acting career. I'm not saying Affleck's the best actor evar, but in the current crop of Hollywood prettyboys, he's one of the better choices to play Batman.
 
2013-08-24 01:19:57 PM  

ecl: [i.chzbgr.com image 401x271]

Batman looks stoned out of his gourd.


img2-3.timeinc.net

...so is there any more pot?
 
2013-08-24 01:20:48 PM  

Infernalist: thismomentinblackhistory: Studio executives WB/DC have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.

Marvel/Disney have learned that happy comic book nerds spend a LOT MORE MONEY than angry sad ones.


I hope he kills it. I hope he is the best Batman ever. My little IMDB app has a news feed and I inadvertently clicked "Ben Affleck" and I learned some things about him that challenged by own assumptions about who he is as a person, which is not to say they are things that make him a good actor or good for the role, but lead me instead to believe that he is a man of high intelligence that could really surprise us. Heath Ledger wasn't exactly well received when he was cast as the Joker.
 
2013-08-24 01:21:17 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: Agent Smiths Laugh: AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.

So, what universe are you from where this is true?

The one where Kristen Stewart has an acting career. I'm not saying Affleck's the best actor evar, but in the current crop of Hollywood prettyboys, he's one of the better choices to play Batman.


Affleck would be a good director for this....Or even playing The Flash since their personalities sorta match up, but Batfleck is going to be a disaster.  He's never done a single role where he's managed to be intimidating in any meaningful way.

I mean, for the love of god, look at Daredevil.  That's Batman-lite and he failed miserably at it.  The only reason he got picked for the role is name recognition.
 
2013-08-24 01:21:23 PM  

Hobodeluxe: And Bats after doing research on Supes and finally deciding they're on the same side will probably save his life when Luthor tries to kill him with the Kryptonite.


You mean "Luth?"
 
2013-08-24 01:21:38 PM  

Infernalist: Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.


FALSE. You're just a revisionist Marvel fanboy.

"The idea of Chris Evans as Captain America is laughable,"

"Awful casting and also shows laziness by rehashing an actor"

"Marvel goes rubber-faced for Captain America"

"I dont know, he's an alright actor but i think this role might get to him. guess we'll have to wait for the trailer to see what he's like."

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/movies/2010/03/chris-evans-captain-a me rica-marvel.html
http://io9.com/5490557/captain-america-casting-john-krasinskis-out-c hr is-evans-and-the-tron-kid-are-in
http://screenrant.com/captain-america-chris-evans-2-rob-49847/commen t- page-1/#comments

Oh and this guy also had previously been in a terrible superhero movie.

LOL at the "Ledger was accepted right away"

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/08/23/this-batmanben-affleck-backla sh -sounds-familiar

And you have the gall to call  stoli n cokea troll? Get freaking real.
 
2013-08-24 01:21:58 PM  

Infernalist: phenn: Cranston is the motherfarking BOMB.

That is all.

and Batfleck is going to look like a tard standing across from him.


75/25 chance. He was positively miserable in Daredevil.

I still think Billy Zane would have been a better Batman. Fark, my cat would be a better Batman, but he's not as hot as Zane.
 
2013-08-24 01:22:41 PM  

Infernalist: thismomentinblackhistory: Studio executives WB/DC have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.

Marvel/Disney have learned that happy comic book nerds spend a LOT MORE MONEY than angry sad ones.


Nah, he was right the first time.

Plus tons of nerds were raging for the Mandarin change in IM3, so your theory is bunk.
 
2013-08-24 01:26:18 PM  

thismomentinblackhistory: Infernalist: thismomentinblackhistory: Studio executives WB/DC have known for a long time that nerds will still go, no matter what, and they will always be mad, no matter what.

Marvel/Disney have learned that happy comic book nerds spend a LOT MORE MONEY than angry sad ones.

I hope he kills it. I hope he is the best Batman ever. My little IMDB app has a news feed and I inadvertently clicked "Ben Affleck" and I learned some things about him that challenged by own assumptions about who he is as a person, which is not to say they are things that make him a good actor or good for the role, but lead me instead to believe that he is a man of high intelligence that could really surprise us. Heath Ledger wasn't exactly well received when he was cast as the Joker.


He won't.  He had his chance to play that role and he made it perfectly clear that he sucks at playing a grim and gritty Superhero who specializes in hand-to-hand combat and throwing small things, as well as maintaining a very public persona alter ego.

In every role he's ever been in, he's been Ben Affleck playing something.  Oh look, it's Ben Affleck playing a slacker, a bank robber, a secret agent.  He can't 'do' suspension of disbelief and losing himself in his role.  He can't.  He lacks the talent.

At no point in his life has anyone looked at one of his movies and gone "Oh snap, is that Ben Affleck!?!  I didn't even recognize him and I've seen this move twice already!"

Not only that, but this Batman can't just call it quits after intimidating some street thugs or a lunatic in face paint...No, he's got to have the gravitas/presence to be able to get in SUPERMAN's face and not only make us believe that he could stand up to that demi-god...but also beat him.

Ben Affleck can't do that.
 
2013-08-24 01:28:11 PM  

stuhayes2010: So lets get this straight. Batman's only enemies is the joker, penguin, two face, and scarecrow. Superman has general Zod and Lex.


According to Hollywood anyway.


Um, the last Batman series Covered Ducard, Ras Al Ghul and his daughter plus Bane. That's fairly deep into his rogues gallery. But for the most part yeah they cover the heros top villain or 2 because they want the broadest audience possible so they pick the ones everyone knows.
 
2013-08-24 01:28:43 PM  

rocky_howard: Infernalist: Incorrect.  Most of the casting for the Marvel movies were agreed to be spot on.  People were raving even in the first days about RDJ because he looked like Stark and had the history with booze to help him nail the fallibility of Stark's personality.

And ledger was considered a fine pick due to his credentials.

FALSE. You're just a revisionist Marvel fanboy.

"The idea of Chris Evans as Captain America is laughable,"

"Awful casting and also shows laziness by rehashing an actor"

"Marvel goes rubber-faced for Captain America"

"I dont know, he's an alright actor but i think this role might get to him. guess we'll have to wait for the trailer to see what he's like."

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/movies/2010/03/chris-evans-captain-a me rica-marvel.html
http://io9.com/5490557/captain-america-casting-john-krasinskis-out-c hr is-evans-and-the-tron-kid-are-in
http://screenrant.com/captain-america-chris-evans-2-rob-49847/commen t- page-1/#comments

Oh and this guy also had previously been in a terrible superhero movie.

LOL at the "Ledger was accepted right away"

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/08/23/this-batmanben-affleck-backla sh -sounds-familiar

And you have the gall to call  stoli n cokea troll? Get freaking real.


Stop following me around, I'm not going to go out with you.
 
2013-08-24 01:31:41 PM  
Guess this won't shut fanboys up after all.

Best choice for Batman would have been:

lh5.googleusercontent.com
 
2013-08-24 01:32:23 PM  

belhade: Guess this won't shut fanboys up after all.

Best choice for Batman would have been:

[lh5.googleusercontent.com image 427x512]


Too young.
 
2013-08-24 01:33:05 PM  
"Actor" and "movie star" are two different job descriptions. I have no issues with the casting here.
 
2013-08-24 01:35:15 PM  

jsnbase: "Actor" and "movie star" are two different job descriptions. I have no issues with the casting here.


Ben Affleck framed half of this thread for murder.
 
2013-08-24 01:39:07 PM  
You folks do realize that Daredevil was awful for plenty of non-Affleck related reasons right? The screenwriter/director most importantly.

The Fantastic Four movies were terrible, but that didn't stop Chris Evans from playing a serviceable Captain America.
 
2013-08-24 01:40:42 PM  

salvador.hardin: You folks do realize that Daredevil was awful for plenty of non-Affleck related reasons right? The screenwriter/director most importantly.


Absolutely. But, the reason Affleck assed it up so badly is that the guy just cannot do mean. Not even a little bit. He's like a big puppy.
 
2013-08-24 01:43:00 PM  

salvador.hardin: You folks do realize that Daredevil was awful for plenty of non-Affleck related reasons right? The screenwriter/director most importantly.

The Fantastic Four movies were terrible, but that didn't stop Chris Evans from playing a serviceable Captain America.


No, I agree completely.  DD was full of bad from all sides and every aspect, aside from Duncan as the Kingpin.  And Coolio.

That said, he still stunk to high heaven as DD and pretty much everyone is in agreement on that.

So, at the end of the day, if you thought his portrayal of DD was an amazing display and were enthralled by his performance, then I guess you have the right to say that you think he'll be good as Batfleck.

Meanwhile, most of us look at his DD performance and mourn the reality of Batfleck.
 
2013-08-24 01:50:44 PM  

Infernalist: aside from Duncan as the Kingpin


For such an apparently nice person, he sure did asshole right.

www.badhaven.com
 
2013-08-24 01:52:31 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-08-24 01:59:30 PM  

Infernalist: AverageAmericanGuy: Agent Smiths Laugh: AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.

So, what universe are you from where this is true?

The one where Kristen Stewart has an acting career. I'm not saying Affleck's the best actor evar, but in the current crop of Hollywood prettyboys, he's one of the better choices to play Batman.

Affleck would be a good director for this....Or even playing The Flash since their personalities sorta match up, but Batfleck is going to be a disaster.  He's never done a single role where he's managed to be intimidating in any meaningful way.

I mean, for the love of god, look at Daredevil.  That's Batman-lite and he failed miserably at it.  The only reason he got picked for the role is name recognition.


Pretty much what I was driving at. The guy has all the gravitas of marshmallow fluff. He's never been able to be intimidating. There's this indelible smirk built into his demeanor that makes it all but impossible to take him seriously, much less threatening.

belhade: Guess this won't shut fanboys up after all.

Best choice for Batman would have been:

[lh5.googleusercontent.com image 427x512]


Now that I would watch. That guy can do angst.
 
2013-08-24 02:01:35 PM  
If by "chops" you mean "nothing in his body of work that shows he has the range or gravitas to play a character like Batman" then yes, he has chops.

I'm thinkin' that Warners wants to see Bruce Wayne as Tony Stark - they want a slightly smart-alecky, vaguely neurotic alter-ego with issues who turns into the grim, taciturn Dark Knight.  Affleck would take that one and run with it, though I think he would be at least competent trying to do a Nolan-style Batman.
 
2013-08-24 02:03:35 PM  

phenn: belhade: Guess this won't shut fanboys up after all.

Best choice for Batman would have been:

[lh5.googleusercontent.com image 427x512]

Too young.


He would have been great in the role.  Seriously great.  Affleck will be ok, but not Ackles good.
 
2013-08-24 02:05:26 PM  

stoli n coke: Show us on the doll where Daredevil touched you.


+1
I lol'd
 
2013-08-24 02:06:22 PM  
I maintain that the new Batman should be an older actor, able to represent the veteran Batman with his gadgets, tricks, super tech, the guile and tactical genius needed to really 'show' that this Batman can really beat Superman.

A fumbling, bumbling newbie Batman?  No.
 
2013-08-24 02:08:45 PM  

Infernalist: Stop following me around, I'm not going to go out with you.


Yeah, posting in threads I'm clearly interested in = Following you around.

Heck, you're a big time Marvel fanboy, what are you even doing in a Batman thread? It's clear YOU're the one following these news around to post the same crap over and over.

Nobody cares.
 
2013-08-24 02:11:48 PM  

rocky_howard: Infernalist: Stop following me around, I'm not going to go out with you.

Yeah, posting in threads I'm clearly interested in = Following you around.

Heck, you're a big time Marvel fanboy, what are you even doing in a Batman thread? It's clear YOU're the one following these news around to post the same crap over and over.

Nobody cares.


I'm serious, you're not my type.
 
2013-08-24 02:13:41 PM  

Infernalist: I maintain that the new Batman should be an older actor, able to represent the veteran Batman with his gadgets, tricks, super tech, the guile and tactical genius needed to really 'show' that this Batman can really beat Superman.

A fumbling, bumbling newbie Batman?  No.


Ron Affleck is going to be 46 when this movie comes out
 
2013-08-24 02:18:19 PM  

GBB: AverageAmericanGuy: I think Affleck could make a good Batman. He's got the acting chops. There was a lot of this kind of nerdrage when Michael farking Keaton was chosen to be the original Batman, and he turned out to be the best Batman evar.

Good batman, bad bruce wayne.

Afleck?  Acting Chops?   No.  He simply plays himself in everything he does.  That's not acting.


I disagree completely. Shakespeare in Love shows he can play that arrogant playboy type pretty well, granted that's a long time ago, but he hasn't been in anything like that since. I'd say his Batman is the challenge, not his Bruce
 
2013-08-24 02:28:31 PM  
Karl Urban would be a fantastic Batman. The man has gravitas, he can be brutally intimidating, and he is far from afraid of a physical role. He also just has the look to be Bruce Wayne. I would point to his performances in RED, Judge Dredd, Chronicles of Riddick and The LotR as my evidence.
 
2013-08-24 02:29:30 PM  
I agree, but Affleck IS 41 I think.  I'd like to see a Batman as 'World's Greatest Detective' for a change.  Affleck doesn't seem to be a great choice here, lacks gravitas.
 
2013-08-24 02:41:50 PM  

Infernalist: salvador.hardin: You folks do realize that Daredevil was awful for plenty of non-Affleck related reasons right? The screenwriter/director most importantly.

The Fantastic Four movies were terrible, but that didn't stop Chris Evans from playing a serviceable Captain America.

No, I agree completely.  DD was full of bad from all sides and every aspect, aside from Duncan as the Kingpin.  And Coolio.

That said, he still stunk to high heaven as DD and pretty much everyone is in agreement on that.

So, at the end of the day, if you thought his portrayal of DD was an amazing display and were enthralled by his performance, then I guess you have the right to say that you think he'll be good as Batfleck.

Meanwhile, most of us look at his DD performance and mourn the reality of Batfleck.


I don't think Affleck's performance in a terrible movie 10 years ago (when most superhero movies were terrible) has ass all to do with his performance in the next. That's why I brought up the analogous situation of Chris Evans.

Now if you thought Chris Evans performance in Fantastic Four was nothing short of exceptional, then you are free to do so.

The rest of us realize that scripts and directors have a large influence on an actor's performance in a given role.
 
2013-08-24 02:45:08 PM  

Hobodeluxe: Infernalist: Oh yeah, that bears repeating: This version of Superman's universe doesn't have Kryptonite in it.

sure it does. no one has discovered it yet is all. that's probably what Luthor does. And Bats after doing research on Supes and finally deciding they're on the same side will probably save his life when Luthor tries to kill him with the Kryptonite.


They showed Kryptonite in Man of Steel, after a fashion.  The Kryptonian atmosphere had ill effects on Kal-el.
 
2013-08-24 02:50:25 PM  

salvador.hardin: Infernalist: salvador.hardin: You folks do realize that Daredevil was awful for plenty of non-Affleck related reasons right? The screenwriter/director most importantly.

The Fantastic Four movies were terrible, but that didn't stop Chris Evans from playing a serviceable Captain America.

No, I agree completely.  DD was full of bad from all sides and every aspect, aside from Duncan as the Kingpin.  And Coolio.

That said, he still stunk to high heaven as DD and pretty much everyone is in agreement on that.

So, at the end of the day, if you thought his portrayal of DD was an amazing display and were enthralled by his performance, then I guess you have the right to say that you think he'll be good as Batfleck.

Meanwhile, most of us look at his DD performance and mourn the reality of Batfleck.

I don't think Affleck's performance in a terrible movie 10 years ago (when most superhero movies were terrible) has ass all to do with his performance in the next. That's why I brought up the analogous situation of Chris Evans.

Now if you thought Chris Evans performance in Fantastic Four was nothing short of exceptional, then you are free to do so.

The rest of us realize that scripts and directors have a large influence on an actor's performance in a given role.


I think Evans did great in his role as Johnny Storm.  He fit the role perfectly and stood out of a bad movie full of bad acting.  And I think that's the general consensus.

Meanwhile, the general consensus on DD was that it was a bad movie and Batfleck did nothing good in that movie to help redeem it.  He was just more bad in a sea of bad.

And what I'm gathering from your post is that we're being too quick to disregard him and that he might do good in the role...

If that's the case, and you do think that he might be good in the role, then please...Point to something...anything in his resume of movies that indicates that he can be intimidating, ominous, threatening, super-serious and obsessive to the point of mental illness.  Show me a role where he melts into the character and isn't just Ben Affleck pretending to be someone else.  Give us something to counter the bad taste of his role of DD, who is basically Marvel's version of Batman.
 
2013-08-24 02:50:47 PM  
I thought Evans was great in both roles despite the fact that the quality of the movies couldn't be more different... is this not what people think?
 
2013-08-24 02:52:59 PM  
Bryan Cranston should play Gordon Freeman in the movie adaptation of Half Life.
 
2013-08-24 03:18:17 PM  

WippitGuud: Bryan Cranston should play Gordon Freeman in the movie adaptation of Half Life.


Too old. Freeman is supposed to be like 29 and in shape for marathons
 
2013-08-24 03:25:39 PM  

WippitGuud: Bryan Cranston should play Gordon Freeman in the movie adaptation of Half Life.


Vince Gilligan knows:

i.imgur.com


i.imgur.com


Looks like something out of Half Life 3 with an older Gordon strolling through Nova Prospekt or something similar.
 
2013-08-24 03:34:04 PM  
I don't get the Ben Affleck rage. I could have only been happier if Jon Hamm was Batman. They obviously aren't going with an older Batman. They can still embrace aspects of The Dark Knight Returns even with Bruce not being an old man. The theme could still be there. People really need to get over it. These same people probably had a conniption fit when Heath Ledger was cast as The Joker, and look how that turned out. Affleck will be a fantastic Supes, Bryan Cranston will be a fantastic Luthor, and the movie is going to be a monolithic blockbuster of epic proportions.
 
2013-08-24 03:38:54 PM  

ParagonComplex: I don't get the Ben Affleck rage. I could have only been happier if Jon Hamm was Batman. They obviously aren't going with an older Batman. They can still embrace aspects of The Dark Knight Returns even with Bruce not being an old man. The theme could still be there. People really need to get over it. These same people probably had a conniption fit when Heath Ledger was cast as The Joker, and look how that turned out. Affleck will be a fantastic Supes, Bryan Cranston will be a fantastic Luthor, and the movie is going to be a monolithic blockbuster of epic proportions.


lol

Here:

"By playing a superhero in Daredevil, I have inoculated myself from ever playing another superhero... Wearing a costume was a source of humiliation for me and something I wouldn't want to do again soon."

That's the guy you want headlining your biggest Superhero movie ever, DC.  A guy who sees it as a humiliation.  Well done.
 
2013-08-24 03:44:35 PM  

Hobodeluxe: [sphotos-a-atl.xx.fbcdn.net image 532x317]


You had me at Cavill toe.
 
2013-08-24 03:51:39 PM  

Infernalist: "By playing a superhero in Daredevil, I have inoculated myself from ever playing another superhero... Wearing a costume was a source of humiliation for me and something I wouldn't want to do again soon."

That's the guy you want headlining your biggest Superhero movie ever, DC.  A guy who sees it as a humiliation.  Well done.


People don't change their minds. Ever. It doesn't happen. We're born with a fixed opinion. Excruciating development by working with FOX and public ridicule over a trash movie he had no control about wouldn't make him react that way. Clearly no. Also, hyperbole doesn't exist.

In short words: That argument is shiat.
 
2013-08-24 03:53:47 PM  

rocky_howard: Infernalist: "By playing a superhero in Daredevil, I have inoculated myself from ever playing another superhero... Wearing a costume was a source of humiliation for me and something I wouldn't want to do again soon."

That's the guy you want headlining your biggest Superhero movie ever, DC.  A guy who sees it as a humiliation.  Well done.

People don't change their minds. Ever. It doesn't happen. We're born with a fixed opinion. Excruciating development by working with FOX and public ridicule over a trash movie he had no control about wouldn't make him react that way. Clearly no. Also, hyperbole doesn't exist.

In short words: That argument is shiat.


I'm sure you have a quote of him that would give you reason to think that he's changed his mind.  Something where he's waxing eloquent over how much fun it was for him to do Daredevil and how it opened his eyes to all manner of new means of expression and emoting...

Something?  Anything other than the millions of dollars they shoved in his face?
 
2013-08-24 03:54:24 PM  

Lernaeus: Relax, dorks. It's a movie. At worst, you're out $9.50 and a couple of hours.


So much this! Jeebus people, turn off your computer and go outside for a while.
 
2013-08-24 03:59:30 PM  
I don't give a shiat about another Batman movie,make a Transmetropolitan movie with Cranston playing Spider.
 
2013-08-24 04:03:06 PM  
images3.wikia.nocookie.net

A WHITE Lex Luthor? That ridiculous!
 
2013-08-24 04:19:43 PM  

Infernalist: I'm sure you have a quote of him that would give you reason to think that he's changed his mind.  Something where he's waxing eloquent over how much fun it was for him to do Daredevil and how it opened his eyes to all manner of new means of expression and emoting...

Something?  Anything other than the millions of dollars they shoved in his face?


Yeah, because that's what I said at all...

What I meant, since you clearly have the brain capacity to understand: He felt the Daredevil experience was bad and swore off the genre for the time being. Keyword: For the time being. He didn't say never, he said he didn't want to do it soon. And for good reason, since it clearly stunk him.

Now that fourteen years have passed, yeah, FOURTEEN YEARS (y'know, almost the textbook definition for "not soon"), he got an offer to play a superhero and he decided to take it. Surely the money was a factor, but you'd have to be retarded to think it was the only or even main factor. He probably has a deal to direct a superhero movie after this one. Which is something I could see him doing. But hey, whatever you say brah.
 
2013-08-24 04:22:45 PM  

blackminded: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Affleck is a great choice for Batman... Lets be honest the bar is so low right now anyway after Bale's horrendous "cookie monster" version.

I haven't been paying attention: have we reached Peak Nolan?


Do you know that old cardboard box in the corner of your garage or basement? That one you haven't opened in years, are sure it holds nothing but spider eggs, dust, and mostly useless junk... plus some odd or sentimental item that makes you not want to throw it out? And you know how no matter how much you try to ignore it, that box always ends up getting in your way somehow?

The corner of the internet that pans the Nolan films solely because of Bale's voice is  exactly like that box.
 
2013-08-24 04:33:10 PM  

rocky_howard: Infernalist: I'm sure you have a quote of him that would give you reason to think that he's changed his mind.  Something where he's waxing eloquent over how much fun it was for him to do Daredevil and how it opened his eyes to all manner of new means of expression and emoting...

Something?  Anything other than the millions of dollars they shoved in his face?

Yeah, because that's what I said at all...

What I meant, since you clearly have the brain capacity to understand: He felt the Daredevil experience was bad and swore off the genre for the time being. Keyword: For the time being. He didn't say never, he said he didn't want to do it soon. And for good reason, since it clearly stunk him.

Now that fourteen years have passed, yeah, FOURTEEN YEARS (y'know, almost the textbook definition for "not soon"), he got an offer to play a superhero and he decided to take it. Surely the money was a factor, but you'd have to be retarded to think it was the only or even main factor. He probably has a deal to direct a superhero movie after this one. Which is something I could see him doing. But hey, whatever you say brah.


I'd bet good money that part of the deal included first dibs on directing a full length Batman flick if the Man of Steel 2 and JLA movies do good.

Affleck's a good enough director (and noted comic fan) to make a good Batman flick. I'm willing to wait to see how his acting pans out.
 
2013-08-24 04:39:57 PM  

olddeegee: I'm just happy that they decided to go with Walter White instead of Malcolm in the Middle's Dad.




Approves
www.uparcfoundation.org
 
2013-08-24 04:50:39 PM  
i291.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-24 05:03:31 PM  
The reason I'm not going to see Man of Steel II has nothing to do with Ben Affleck.

I'm not going to see Man of Steel II because I saw Man of Steel I.
 
2013-08-24 05:23:21 PM  

albuquerquehalsey: [images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 461x346]

A WHITE Lex Luthor? That ridiculous!


I always thought JLU Luthor was just really tan.
 
2013-08-24 05:23:52 PM  
I don't like Breaking Bad there I said it!!!
 
2013-08-24 05:58:26 PM  
It's like they got their casting sheets mixed up. Have Cranston as Batman and Affleck as Luthor, and there'd be a lot less confusion. As it is, it sounds like the studio wants a much more kid-friendly Batman who'll be a better choice for Happy Meal promotions than Burton's or Nolan's visions were.
 
2013-08-24 06:02:12 PM  
Imagine Clint Eastwood as old grizzled Batman
 
2013-08-24 06:26:34 PM  

YodaBlues: I'd bet good money that part of the deal included first dibs on directing a full length Batman flick if the Man of Steel 2 and JLA movies do good.

Affleck's a good enough director (and noted comic fan) to make a good Batman flick. I'm willing to wait to see how his acting pans out.


I've got a feeling part of the reason they cast Affleck was so they had a talented director on set to advise Snyder, who while talented in some areas but has a number of shortfalls in others.
 
2013-08-24 06:34:00 PM  

sleeper2995: I don't like Breaking Bad there I said it!!!




I think you have to turn in your white card if you do that.
 
2013-08-24 06:48:16 PM  

texdent: Imagine Clint Eastwood as old grizzled Batman


INT. BATCAVE - MAIN COMPUTER BAY

BATMAN

walks into frame, removing his cowl.

He glints off to the side; his anger slowly pouring out.

BATMAN
What in hell did you think you were doing out there?



CUT TO:
Shot of EMPTY CHAIR

BATMAN
Well, are you going to answer me?

 
2013-08-24 07:13:39 PM  
Affleck is going to be a great Batman, and everyone on the internet who is biatching about the casting will conveniently forget that when they're falling over themselves to rant about how great he is.
 
2013-08-24 07:15:37 PM  
I'm thinking he'd be a much better Commissioner Gordon. Although Gary Oldman would be tough to top.
 
2013-08-24 07:21:40 PM  

ParagonComplex: Affleck will be a fantastic Supes, Bryan Cranston will be a fantastic Luthor, and the movie is going to be a monolithic blockbuster of epic proportions.


i1182.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-24 08:03:58 PM  

Ess_Aytch: Affleck is going to be a great Batman, and everyone on the internet who is biatching about the casting will conveniently forget that when they're falling over themselves to rant about how great he is.



Yeah or something like this will happen. One of the two.

www.sabotagetimes.com
 
2013-08-24 08:18:06 PM  

texdent: Imagine Clint Eastwood as old grizzled Batman


Are you thinking about a Batman Beyond movie?
 
2013-08-24 08:20:57 PM  
Everyone on this thread is missing the point... Cranston has signed on for SIX to TEN movies!

Why the FARK do we need 6-10 new batman/superman movies?  Do we even need that many more superhero movies (of any kind)?  They're formulaic, childish trash.

/hate this current hollywood model that is hell-bent on riding any and all ideas that might make money straight into the ground regardless of story quality.  We get it, evil villains need to be defeated by some wannabe vigilante(s).
 
2013-08-24 08:54:42 PM  

genner: Yeah or something like this will happen. One of the two.

[www.sabotagetimes.com image 400x472]


Nope, the latter will not happen at all. It'll be a more serious take, which Affleck will nail perfectly and audiences will love.
 
2013-08-24 08:58:37 PM  
fark Cranston, fark breaking bad, and fark dc comics in general.

/runs out of the room.
 
2013-08-24 09:29:53 PM  

AtlanticCoast63: If by "chops" you mean "nothing in his body of work that shows he has the range or gravitas to play a character like Batman" then yes, he has chops.

I'm thinkin' that Warners wants to see Bruce Wayne as Tony Stark - they want a slightly smart-alecky, vaguely neurotic alter-ego with issues who turns into the grim, taciturn Dark Knight.  Affleck would take that one and run with it, though I think he would be at least competent trying to do a Nolan-style Batman.


I was always irritated that Downy Jr. played Stark too much like Bruce Wayne.
 
2013-08-24 09:44:14 PM  
Affleck was awful in Daredevil, but he totally killed it in The Town. They were also 10 years apart. He's got a little gray now... some wear and tear. I think he'll be fine.
 
2013-08-24 09:48:42 PM  

Ess_Aytch: genner: Yeah or something like this will happen. One of the two.

[www.sabotagetimes.com image 400x472]

Nope, the latter will not happen at all. It'll be a more serious take, which Affleck will nail perfectly and audiences will love.


Then that only leaves us with one important question: Are you Affleck's agent or his mom?
 
2013-08-24 10:12:47 PM  

EdgeRunner: Ess_Aytch: genner: Yeah or something like this will happen. One of the two.

[www.sabotagetimes.com image 400x472]

Nope, the latter will not happen at all. It'll be a more serious take, which Affleck will nail perfectly and audiences will love.

Then that only leaves us with one important question: Are you Affleck's agent or his mom?


Could Affleck's mom be his agent?

t.qkme.me
 
2013-08-24 10:58:48 PM  

Infernalist: lol

Here:

"By playing a superhero in Daredevil, I have inoculated myself from ever playing another superhero... Wearing a costume was a source of humiliation for me and something I wouldn't want to do again soon."

That's the guy you want headlining your biggest Superhero movie ever, DC. A guy who sees it as a humiliation. Well done.


That was Daredevil. This is Batman. It's a different costume.Doesn't count.
 
2013-08-24 11:00:52 PM  

Captain Steroid: ParagonComplex: Affleck will be a fantastic Supes, Bryan Cranston will be a fantastic Luthor, and the movie is going to be a monolithic blockbuster of epic proportions.

[i1182.photobucket.com image 600x337]


I hope this Christmas there is a repeat and a full-fledged heel Alberto Del Rio runs over Santa. This was just a couple weeks or so after they were turning him face. Incredibly random, but am I the only wrestling fan that finds Mick Foley's obsession with Santa Claus to be just a tad disturbing?
 
2013-08-25 12:34:15 AM  

DaveX: Epicfarker:

Are you certain?

There is always uncertainty with Heisenberg.

Nice one!


Oi, I set it up for him.  A little acknowledgement wouldn't kill you.
 
2013-08-25 12:44:02 AM  

phenn: belhade: Guess this won't shut fanboys up after all.

Best choice for Batman would have been:

[lh5.googleusercontent.com image 427x512]

Too young.


Val Kilmer, same age.
 
2013-08-25 02:40:36 AM  

The water was cold: Smeggy Smurf: Some Coke Drinking Guy: Watching Ben Affleck as batman will be worse then loosing a ball to cancer.

Still not as bad as your spelling

Smeggy Smurf must be  Rotsky's new Fark handle.


Either you are really bad at spelling too, or you haven't a clue what made Rotsky an idiot.

/or is this a meta-Rotsky?
 
2013-08-25 07:03:12 AM  
Hopefully, we'll get "evil scientific genius Luthor", not
"corny real estate scheme Luthor".
 
2013-08-25 01:46:11 PM  

ParagonComplex: Captain Steroid: ParagonComplex: Affleck will be a fantastic Supes, Bryan Cranston will be a fantastic Luthor, and the movie is going to be a monolithic blockbuster of epic proportions.

[i1182.photobucket.com image 600x337]

I hope this Christmas there is a repeat and a full-fledged heel Alberto Del Rio runs over Santa. This was just a couple weeks or so after they were turning him face. Incredibly random, but am I the only wrestling fan that finds Mick Foley's obsession with Santa Claus to be just a tad disturbing?


Better than the Ultimate Warrior's, um... "fascination"... with him. >.>
 
2013-08-25 07:33:04 PM  

EdgeRunner: Then that only leaves us with one important question: Are you Affleck's agent or his mom?


I'm the one who's right.
 
2013-08-25 09:16:16 PM  

salvador.hardin: This thing is being rushed into production to compete with Marvel rather than taking the time to develop the series (like Marvel did). It is also being directed by Snyder and will continue to perpetuate the overly brooding Nolan tone that only worked for two movies.

This movie was doomed long before they cast Affleck.

I'm sure Affleck, Cavil, and Cranston will all do their best to make the movie watchable.


And about half an hour after it's released, a 27th Batman reboot movie will be announced, followed by the 18th Spiderman reboot and 12th Superman movie.
 
2013-08-25 10:14:04 PM  

Ess_Aytch: EdgeRunner: Then that only leaves us with one important question: Are you Affleck's agent or his mom?

I'm the one who's right.


That's not a no........
 
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