DC’s Justice League movie may have been a critical and box office failure, but its legacy continues to live on, not unlike Superman himself, forcibly resurrected time and time again. Whether it’s director Zack Snyder himself stoking the fires of the now-mythical “Snyder Cut,” or, in this case, Ben Affleck coming out to say just how bad a time it was for him, the ghost of Justice League will live on forever in our hearts whether we like it or not. And, needless to say, Affleck certainly falls on the “not” side of things, according to an interview he had with GQ to break down his most iconic roles.
Affleck explained that Justice League’s production seemed to be “one problem after another,” and that the process left him feeling fed up with playing Bruce Wayne. “They said, ‘Would you like to direct and star in a solo Batman movie?’ And I found that, at some point, I had lost my enthusiasm or passion for it. And I thought this should really be made by someone who for whom it’s their wildest dream come true. It was clear to me it was time to move on.”
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