No More Batman…?

There has been a lot of worry following the DC Universe lately… After the poor response from Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad, people are starting to lose hope when it comes to the DCU. Even with the scepticism people are still getting excited for the upcoming Wonder Woman and Justice League films. There has been one more movie that a lot of comic book fans have been very excited for. That is the stand alone Batman film that Ben Affleck would take the role again as the caped crusader.

There has been drama filling the air of Gotham City’s finest. At one point Ben Affleck was set to star and co-direct the upcoming Batman film, but he backed out of that position to just star. With all the rumors floating around the skies there is even a chance we might not get a Batman film with Ben Affleck… Instead of cancelling the film, or going forward with the project, they have decided to delay the movie. We are not sure how to take this… Wether to be happy the film was  not cancelled, or upset that the rumors are looking to be true that their is complications.

Alex Gilyadov states in his article DC WANTS TO FILL THE BATMAN SLOT WITH ANOTHER FILM

According to Variety’s Justin Kroll, the studios are looking to fast-track one of five movies — The Flash, Dark Universe, Suicide Squad 2, Gotham City Sirens, or Green Lantern Corps. “

We may not be graced with a new Batman saga, but at least we are getting to see something in the place of Batman. Which movie do you hope DCU decides to push forward and make? Let us know @TheNerdChambers which movie you want!

-ShadowGhoul (Brandon)

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