Ben Affleck wants a 'cool way' to leave the DC universe

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Affleck will be seen once again as Batman alongside Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Ezra Miller (The Flash), Ray Fisher (Cyborg) and Henry Cavill (Superman) in ensemble superhero movie Justice League which hits theaters in just a few days.

He wouldn't comment about whether he'll return as Superman and save the day in Justice League, but he did confirm he visited the sets outside London. In order to prepare for the upcoming superhero team-up, we're looking back at our ten favorite DC films.

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. "Superman?' I have met him and we have crossed paths".

With that in mind, Justice League's second (and downright hilarious) post-credits scene has surfaced online, and it's much more in line with Joss Whedon's directorial style - think of the zippy dialogue between Earth's Mightiest Heroes in the original Avengers - than the one featuring a certain masked vigilante. The Snyders have been working with Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins on her sequel (slated for November 1, 2019), and director James Wan just wrapped Aquaman (out December 21, 2018), where "you'll get to see why he's so jaded", Momoa teases.

A Dark Knight who tends to do things solo, Batman is "the glue that holds them all together", Affleck says.

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"She's a further evolution of the character that she was at the end of Wonder Woman", producer, Charles Roven, said. "Watching the team dynamic as characters is one of my favourite things about this movie, because superheroes are all different factions of the human psyche, personality traits, just personified and made grand", the 34-year-old actor told Den of Geek.

"You're standing next to Batman and Wonder Woman".

"I wasn't laughing", Cavill chimes in.

"My son, two weeks ago, said to me, 'Dad, there's one costume I want in the whole wide world". 'We certainly are in need of heroes in 2017. Part of the appeal of this genre is wish fulfillment: "Wouldn't it be nice if there was somebody who can save us from all this, save us from ourselves, save us from the consequences of our actions and save us from people who are evil?" "There's only so much you can do with other 15, 20 percent of the movie". "Only in retrospect can you understand why".

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