While we have yet to hear anything publicly from Ben Affleck since landing the coveted role of Batman in Man of Steel 2 (a.k.a. Batman vs. Superman), the actor's longtime friend Matt Damon recently spoke about the casting.

"I think it will be great. It will be terrific. I know there are a lot of people grousing on the internet. I just think it's kind of funny. You know, he's not playing King Lear. It's Batman! Certainly within his skill set. If anybody saw Argo or The Town, and all the work he's been doing lately, it's way more nuanced and interesting and way more difficult than Batman! Batman just sits there with his cowl over his head and whispers in a kinda gruff voice at people. Bruce Wayne is the more challenging part of the role, and Ben will be great at that."

When asked about the memes floating around the Internet that feature Matt Damon as Robin to Ben Affleck's Batman, the actor had this to say.

"I am a little older than Ben. I never saw Robin as older than Batman. Somebody sent me a picture actually (of his face photoshopped on Robin's body and Ben's on Batman's). It was really funny. But it's safe to say I won't be Robin."

He also spoke about last year's The Bourne Legacy, and Jeremy Renner's performance as Aaron Cross, while sidestepping the report from yesterday that he is coming back as Jason Bourne.

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"They were just trying to revitalise that franchise and I didn't mind at all. It didn't have anything to do with the movie that I made. It makes sense for a studio to keep those franchises as alive as they can, it makes business sense for them. I don't begrudge anybody that. I am a huge fan of Jeremy. I don't equate my Bourne movie with his. He didn't play the part of Jason Bourne. It's a totally different thing."