Ben Affleck Reportedly Wants to Quit Playing Batman Altogether


Ben Affleck will still be under the cowl, but not behind the camera. That's what millions of Americans have already done with The LEGO Batman Movie, as evidenced by its massive success at the box office over the weekend, topping the likes of Fifty Shades Darker, John Wick: Chapter Two and M. Night Shyamalan's Split.

Taking place in early 2017, LEGOLAND Parks and LEGOLAND Discovery Centers will hold special events for fans to take part in.

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Ben Affleck is looking for a way out of being involved in the ongoing 'Batman' films, according to a well-connected USA journalist. Performing this role demands focus, passion and the very best performance I can give.

Batman's main song the heavy metal based "Who's The (Bat) Man" that plays whilst he is fighting off the Joker is just as entertaining yet over the top as the rest of the film and reminds us all what makes Batman so great.

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This time in Lego form.

"Warner Bros. fully supports Ben Affleck's decision and remains committed to working with him to bring a standalone Batman picture to life", the studio said in a statement. A lot of the film's emotional strength is reflected in its original songs, including the touching "I Found You", which features the cherubic Dick Grayson recounting the happiness he discovered in his adopted family.

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Affleck's next run as Batman will come in November's "Justice League" which sees the hero paired up with some of DC's other major heroes like Wonder Woman, Aquaman and The Flash.