Ben Affleck’s Batman takes center stage for new poster teasing Ezra Miller’s upcoming The lightning film.
While much of the focus seems to be on Michael Keaton’s returning Caped Crusader, many fans are excited to see Affleck back under the hood as well.
Although he won’t play a big role in the film, he will at least appear briefly at the beginning of the story. The DCEU’s Batman will even have a big action sequence, which you can see in the trailers, along with his brand new costume.
Ben Affleck takes the spotlight on Flash Marketing
A new Chinese poster for the lightning, as shown in Twitter, it gave Ben Affleck’s Batman some room to shine alongside the rest of the film’s long list of talent.
The poster features Ezra Miller’s Flash surrounded by the rest of the cast. However, unlike most of the previous marketing material, Ben Affleck has his own angle of the new image.
Affleck’s new suit can be seen as he rides by on his Batcycle.
Second Barry Allen also appears in his Michael Keaton spray-painted outfit.
Michael Shannon’s General Zod will be along for the ride as he returns to terrorize the new timeline created by Miller’s hero.
Ben Affleck’s last adventure as Batman?
Despite the fact that Ben Affleck returned for the role The lightningthe actor appears to be done with the DC Comics franchise after June.
Thankfully, the actor seemed to be happy with his time in the film. He also admitted that he himself “I finally figured out how to play [Batman]“this time.
Affleck even stated that he is not alone The lightning “very good,” but it is also the “The best shit [he’s] done as Batman.” If the actor is truly done with the role, it’s a good thing he’s leaving after having one “Really fun and really, really rewarding [experience].”
But the real question is whether Ezra Miller will join him in retirement next The lightning all said and done?
The lightning hits theaters Friday, June 16.
“Falls down a lot. Unapologetic alcohol guru. Travel specialist. Amateur beer trailblazer. Award-winning tv advocate. Hipster-friendly twitter aficionado”