Ben Affleck finally revealed some interesting updates about his much-talked about solo Batman film, which he plans to kick off after wrapping up work on "Justice League."
Speaking with the press at the "Justice League" set visit last week, the Academy Award-winner, who is co-writing and directing the standalone Batman film, had some pretty exciting things to say about his vision for the movie. The only sad part, for fans, is that the movie might take longer than expected to release. (via ComicBookMovie)
"I think they [Warner Bros] have a date for it. Although, I don't know if I would necessarily be able to make that date because I don't have a script that's ready yet," sad Affleck. "So that's my—my timetable is I'm not going to make a movie until there's a script that I think is good because I've been on the end of the things when you make movies when you have a script that's not good yet and it doesn't pan out."
The actor, however, added that he does have a draft of the script ready but he's not "happy enough with it yet." Looks like the actor is making sure he delivers the perfect Batman film to the fans.
"I have a script, we're still working on it, and I'm not happy enough with it yet to actually go out there and make a Batman movie, for which I have the highest of standards, I would say. That's something that would have to pass a very high bar for me. It's not just like, 'Yeah, that might be fun, let's go try this out.'"