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You knew this was coming. Whether you love or hate (and a lot of you seem to hate) the recently announced casting of Ben Affleck as Batman in the upcoming Superman/Batman film from Warner Bros., there is now a t-shirt for you. You know, assuming you need to express that kind of opinion via t-shirt.
When it was announced that Ben Affleck would be playing Batman in the upcoming Superman/Batman film, people had feelings. Hank and Marie from Breaking Bad, however, decided they'd do their due diligence before passing judgment, by watching Affleck's performance in Daredevil. Like so many of us, they were horrified.
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During the announcement of the upcoming Superman/Batman movie at this summer's San Diego Comic-Con, it was revealed that Henry Cavill would reprise his role as Superman, but we were all left wondering who would play the Dark Knight. The mystery is over, as The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Ben Affleck has been cast to play Batman in the Warner Bros. film.
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Toys: Mezco has announced an upcoming line of Breaking Bad merchandise, including action figures.
Movies: If you weren't into "Fred J. Dukes" in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, behold the Blob design t
Despite persistent rumors, Ben Affleck wants you to know that he's really, really not involved with Warner Bros' mooted Justice League movie and, yes, he knows that you think that's probably a bad decision on his part.Talking to MTV, Affleck addressed the seemingly unending stream of belief that he will direct the mooted Justice League movie that may foll
Fox's 2003 Daredevil movie was on the mind of comic book movie fans earlier this week when there was some back-and-forth over whether Disney and Fox might swap some movie rights, but now DD's star Ben Affleck is getting the spotlight with the news that Warner Bros. apparently wants the former Man Without Fear to direct its tentative Justice League movie.According to Variety, "Thus far, Affleck is the only ca
The Man Without Fear will return to cinemas for the first time since 2003 courtesy of David Slade. The director of such films as 30 Days of Night and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse has been hired by 20th Century Fox to revive the Daredevil franchise after its crippling at the hands of Ben Affleck and director Mark Steven Johnson. No confirmation on a new star or screenwriter, but Variety