Actor/director Ben Affleck confirms that the title of his Batman reboot will be The Batman, but it may chang at some point.
Joe Manganiello unveils a pile of Deathstroke and Batman comic books while sharing more of his research on the main villain in Ben Affleck's solo DC movie.Ryan Scott
Joe Manganiello is starting to do his deep research on the villain Deathstroke as Ben Affleck gets ready to shoot his standalone Batman movie.B. Alan Orange
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes revealed during a recent appearance that he thinks Ben Affleck's Batman movie is a 'year and a half out.'
Some DC fans have started a petition for Shia LaBeouf to play Red Hood in the DCEU, which could happen in Ben Affleck's Batman.Ryan Scott
Ben Affleck's standalone Batman movie not take place entirely inside Arkham Asylum, but we can probably expect to see plenty of iconic DC villains.Ryan Scott
Anne Hathaway loved playing Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises, but doesn't think her character can exist in the DCEU.
DC's Geoff Johns confirms that Joe Manganiello is set to play Deathstroke in the Batman reboot.
Joe Manganiello has long been rumored to star as Deathstroke, who will cameo in Justice League before becoming the main villain in The Batman.Ryan Scott
Shortly after Ben Affleck revealed Deathstroke in a new video, a report claims he will be the main villain in the stand alone Batman movie.
New rumors claim that director Ben Affleck's Batman will take place mostly in Arkham Asylum.
The Batman solo movie may not hit its intended release date window as Ben Affleck and Geoff Johns work to perfect the script.
Since all of the superhero roles in the DCEU are taken, Arrow star Stephen Amell says he'd like to play The Riddler in Ben Affleck's Batman movie.
Ben Affleck will use certain elements from the comics in his stand alone Batman movie, but it will largely be an original concept.
A new report claims that Ben Affleck's solo Batman movie won't feature the Red Hood, but there will be numerous iconic villains.
Warner Bros. shows why they may be the only big studio able to give Disney a run for their money at the box office.B. Alan Orange
Warner Bros.' CEO Kevin Tsujihara announces at CinemaCon that the Ben Affleck Directed Batman movie is happening.B. Alan Orange
Director Kevin Smith breaks down the writing process shared between Batman collaborators Ben Affleck and Geoff Johns.B. Alan Orange