The CW's Arrow gets Deathstroke back, is it because Matt Reeves no longer needs him for The Batman?
Reasons behind Ben Affleck's sadness are currently unclear, but one can make an educated guess as to why he's the saddest man in Hollywood.
Director Matt Reeves claims The Batman is a standalone movie in the DCEU, but won't comment on Ben Affleck's return just yet.
It's unclear whether The Batman will be part of the DCEU and if Ben Affleck is returning or not.
Ben Affleck will not continue to play Batman in the DCEU in Matt Reeves' upcoming standalone movie as previously rumored.
Matt Reeves explains how The Batman was pitched as a standalone movie that isn't part of the DC Extended Universe.
From George Miller's Justice League: Mortal to The Wachowski's Batman: Year One, a lot of potentially great Batman movies have been canceled over the years.
Ben Affleck's inspired Comic-Con disguise came off kind of grouchy to fans.
Casey Affleck has revealed that brother Ben isn't returning for the standalone Batman movie, but it's not certain that he isn't joking.
Karen Gillan has thrown her bid into play The Joker in a future DC movie if Jared Leto bows out.
A new rumor claims that Ben Affleck is not only making a Batman trilogy but he'll also do a Batman Beyond movie in the far off future.
Director Matt Reeves is moving forward on a new version of The Batman with Joe Manganiello casting doubt that it will include his villain Deathstroke.
Despite conflicting reports, Ben Affleck says that he will play Batman for as long as Warner Bros. wants him to.
Warner Bros. and DC Films announces its big plans for the immediate future which include Wonder Woman 2, Green Lantern Corps. and Shazam.
Ben Affleck arrived at Comic-Con to refute recent reports that he's leaving Matt Reeves' The Batman.
Warner Bros. is reportedly planning on replacing Ben Affleck with a new Caped Crusader, as the Batman franchise undergoes major changes.
Matt Reeves is starting work on DC's The Batman, with the hope to have it in theaters sometime in 2019.
Director Matt Reeves admits that he has abandoned Ben Affleck's Batman script, writing an all-new story instead.
The Batman director Matt Reeves admits he's taking a page out of the Christopher Nolan playbook in giving the Dark Knight another solo movie.