But do you recall, the most important Justice League member of all?
Directed by Zack Snyder and scheduled for a November 16 opening in the Philippines, Justice League kicks off months after the events of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
With the Justice League movie getting released this week, producer Charles Roven offers an update on both a potential Superman Man of Steel 2 movie and the Matt Reeves Batman film. However, unlike previous attempts to exit the DCEU, the actor is now reportedly looking for a "graceful and cool way to segue out of it".
This is even more clear in its suggestion of a world without Affleck's Batman than his recent chat with Extra TV. The actor has been involved with the DCEU one way or another since 2013, when he first signed-on to play Batman in what eventually became Batman v Superman.
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Affleck's comments have led to speculation that he may opt out of starring in the standalone Batman movie. In a profile published Monday by USA Today, Affleck revealed that he hasn't commited to appearing in Reeves' The Batman, and further is still contemplating if the movie is right for him. Justice League has been a long, hard production, and a lot is riding on the movie that sees Batman assembling the first team of heroes in the DCEU. "Batman is the coolest f***ing part in any universe". She believes the DC film was a "little paradigm shift" that has helped to remove biases from those who saw the movie. And Matt Reeves doing it, I would be an ape on the ground for Matt Reeves. "I think he represents 'the other.' I think he is the black man of this particular world", Morton said, highlighting the importance of how Cyborg adds diversity to the group.
The question of Affleck's long-term involvement certainly isn't something new. "He has to be who he is 24/7, as every black man in America needs to be who he is 24/7".
At the San Diego Comic-Con back in July, Affleck dismissed the speculation over his future, yet the rumours refuse to die, and just this past week he played coy when asked whether he could see himself reaching five appearances as the Caped Crusader (with this week's release of Justice League, he'll be up to three).