Ben Affleck will star in and direct the Universal Pictures caper "Ghost Army," based on the book "The Ghost Army of World War II," written by Rick Beyer and Elizabeth Sayles, as well as the documentary "Ghost Army." It's unclear when the movie will go into production as it's still in development and Affleck is […]
Ben Affleck has officially passed on the torch to a new Batman, confirming that he won't be returning for the next movie.
Universal has won a competitive bidding war the rights to option the novel “I Am Still Alive,” a project that has Ben Affleck attached to star and produce, an individual with knowledge told TheWrap. Affleck will produce an adaptation of the novel by Kate Alice Marshall under his Pearl Street Films banner. L0ri Evans Taylor (“Bed Rest”) is attached to write the screenplay.
As well as giving us our first proper look at the team in action (including a curiously Iron Man-esque Cyborg, played by Ray Fisher), this trailer also gives us our first brief glimpses of some other new characters, including Amber Heard as Mera, and JK Simmons as Commissioner Gordon. There’s also a quick glimpse of Amy Adams as Lois Lane – although, as necessitated by the ending of ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice,’ one rather notable absentee is Henry Cavill as Superman.
If that picture of Ryan Gosling encapsulated how people felt on stage at the Oscars, this one of shows how it must have felt in the audience. Michelle Williams and Busy Philipps look on, aghast and open-mouthed. Mel Gibson is probably just happy to have been invited back.