The above meme comes courtesy of YouTube user Sabconth, who captured Batfleck's moment of existential angst during an interview with Yahoo Movies UK.
Warner Bros.is hoping for big numbers from "Batman v Superman", the first big test of Kevin Tsujihara's plan to make at least 10 DC Comics superhero movies over the next 10 years. She put on 17 pounds of muscle to play Wonder Woman, a character who's glamorous in gowns and downright gleeful in combat.
Batman, Superman and the rest of the gang may have the last laugh if these box office numbers are any indication.
Batman V Superman gets us a new Batman/Bruce Wayne in Ben Affleck (I' know many of you, like me, miss Christian Bale's epic performance in The Dark Knight Rises).
The short answer is no, but if you've read any early reviews you already know that. Affleck will argue rightly that consumers respond to these films as the reason why studios produce them - they are responding to a market impulse that favors this genre to the point of crowding out other material.
Check out video below featuring Zack Snyder discussing some of the Batman Vs. Superman deleted scenes that will make their way into the R-rated version.
Set in Gotham City, Superman is a controversial figure. Alas, Lex Luthor is the one doing the introductions. As the newly appointed Wonder Woman for the DC franchise, Gadot will be bringing Diana Prince to the silver screen for three more movies (including one focused just on Wonder Woman) in very near future and there's no doubt that her star is on the rise. It's like using a rotary phone to order an Uber. And the thing about personal opinions is that they always come from a place. Director Zach Snyder has NEVER made a good movie (yes, I'm including "300"), and Superman is a character who just doesn't work in the modern entertainment landscape. They feel more like props than human beings - or in this case, humanoid aliens.
Mild spoilers for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice follow.