The actor champions his hero during an interview recorded before the original director left the production.
'The Commuter' star discusses his role in 'Watchmen' and playing a villain ahead of his 'Aquaman' debut.
The director who started the DC Extended Universe stepped away from 'Justice League' earlier this year after the death of his daughter.
The filmmaker recruited Joss Whedon to assist with the superhero mega-movie while he takes time to grieve.
Zack Snyder has revealed a new clip from ‘Justice League’. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a very small clip from what’s likely going to be an action-packed almost-debut for the character in the upcoming ‘Justice League’ movie.
Zack Snyder has given us the best look yet at the team of super friends joining together for Justice League. The clip features the nearly assembled League — Flash (Ezra Miller), Batman, (Ben Affleck), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) — taking an elevator ride. Ezra Miller’s Flash provides comic relief both onscreen and off.
Justice League director Zack Snyder — the hero we deserve and need right now — released a photo on Saturday of J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon standing next to the Bat-Signal. #JusticeLeague #BatmanDay pic.twitter.com/m1MbiF6HZD— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) September 17, 2016
Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg make a magnificent seven. With that in mind, director Zack Snyder says his upcoming Justice League team-up will pay homage to one of cinema’s all-time classics: Akira Kurosawa’s The Seven Samurai. Snyder’s Justice League, the sequel to his Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice set for November 2017, will be structured in similar fashion.
Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder talks to The Daily Beast about revealing big villain Doomsday via trailer, and hints at a "bigger enemy" for Justice League
Zack Snyder may be helping to build and oversee a multi-billion dollar comic book movie empire, but like the DC heroes he directs, the 49-year-old filmmaker still has time for the little guy. As he puts the finishing touches on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and preps to unleash chaos on Gotham, Snyder is helping Doritos end its mega-successful Super Bowl advertising campaign with a bang.
Ben Affleck had some doubts about playing Batman — until director Zack Snyder explained that the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice character would be a different kind of Dark Knight. “Initially I thought, ‘I’m older, it doesn’t seem like the right sort of fit for me,’” Ben Affleck told Empire Magazine for their new cover story (via Comic Book Movie). “Then Zack pitched me his concept for this older, more broken, kind of f—d up Batman.