Ben Affleck revealed some details about Wonder Woman’s cameo in Warner Bros and DC’s highly anticipated superhero film, Fastdirected by Argentina Andy Muschietti.
During the interview on the popular podcast Without intelligence with Sean Hayes, Will Arnett and Jason Bateman, several outlets reported it Ben Affleck he was revealing bits of what was filmed on set for the cameo. She shared that character of hers Batmanwho is rumored to be making his final appearance in the upcoming film, has a particular scene with Wonder Woman.
“I don’t want to give spoilers…”Affleck’s warning to hosts, according to a post by ET. “But it was a scene where I get captured and Wonder Woman saves me during a weird collusion of comic book villains.” the star of Batman versus Superman he then joked about his doubts about “DC killers” before revealing it Wonder Woman saves him with his famous “noose of truth”.
“And then what happens is Batman divulges some of his true feelings about his life and his work,” he added. Elsewhere, the actor has said that his portrayal of Batman in Fast It’s the best he’s done so far.
“I finally figured out how to play the boy,” he joked. Fasthero Ezra Miller as the first sprinter, it will hit theaters in Argentina six days later in the United States, and under the title of Fastwithout him THEon June 22.
On the other hand, the American actor has assured that he is not interested in making a sequel to the film he wrote and which brought him his first Oscar in 1998. in search of destiny. Next to Matt Damonboth performers have catapulted their trajectories writing and starring in the sixth feature film of the icon of independent cinema Gus Van Sant.
The story created by what were then two up-and-coming Hollywood promises became a box-office hit and received nine Academy Award nominations, including two (for Screenplay and Supporting Actor, the latter for robin williams).
The film chronicled the life of a young man who finds his talent in mathematics while working as mayor of a prestigious university.
Now that the acting duo is back together as part of the movie AIR: The story behind the logo (which hits Argentine theaters on April 6), also directed by Affleck, the artist has refused to return to that success of more than a quarter of a century ago.
“There are ideas of what that might look like, but it’s not a sequel that we’re going to pursue, or not at the moment,” said the creator of in search of destiny to the specialized medium Variety.
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