@cuddlebear: Questions are great ^_^, now tell me more about this line, it sounds fun? Oh its not a congo line is it? Not sure I have been in one of those lines with those other cool dudes, I don't congo.
Speaking of congo and back on topic… bet Afflecks Batman will play bongo drums. Why not?
This is off-topic but who is the character in your avatar?
@vance_astro: I think its a safe bit that they are going to make a Batman movie sometime after MOS2 so being a favorite of WB Affleck is most likely going to direct and act in that movie so he would most likely have input in MOS2 on batman
It will be easier to answer the question that the thread is asking when this is confirmed.
@vance_astro: No but like i said before with Argo and The Town right now Affleck is WB's golden boy so most likely he will be staring and directing the batman movie so he most likely has a lot of imput when it comes to batman in this movie
He was the director and one of the writers of the Town and he was also the Director of Argo. You get to have input when you hold those positions as far as I know he's not directing this Batman\Superman film or writing any of it so I don't think his input will even matter on this film if he even has any.
You obviously need to read Hulk comics and comics in general if you think Hulk's speed is nothing particularly impressive and people in Marvel don't think Hulk is fast.
I clearly stated above that I thought Hulk was already fast and that's not something new and you agreed. So why are you sitting here telling me that I need to "read comics" if I don't think Hulk's speed is impressive? Did you read my post? Also how can you say I need to "read comics" IN GENERAL if I don't know Hulk is fast. Maybe I don't read anything with Hulk in it (I actually do). That doesn't even make any sense.
One aspect of the casting of Ben Affleck that I have not heard addressed is concern about whether he will politicize Batman. One of many things I respected about Nolan is that in a time when people were shoehorning anti-bush stuff into their movies I could never get a read on what Nolans' politics were. I hope they stay as apolitical as possible. Will it be tempting for Affleck in 2015 to say that "Batman would endorse hillary clinton" or his new batman movie will be about universal healthcare or something as avatar-esque cringe-worthy as that. What do you think, comrades?