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Ben Affleck (Bruce Wayne/Batman) auditioned for the role of Dick Grayson/Robin in Tim Burton's Batman (1989) before the character was cut from the script. See more »
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Being a huge DC fan, I was hoping for a movie that would bring us a Universe that was equal or better than the MCU. I guess not. Poor storytelling just killed this movie. We deserve better. I hope this doesn't stall things..Only time will tell.
The cameos were cool, Affleck killed it as Batman, and Wonder Woman was solid.
Overall though, the movie was one big advertisement for things to come, which did not work with Marvel's Age of Ultron, and you would think that with an extra year that Synder would have taken a look at that and made some changes.
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