Ben Affleck’s Batman To Make Appearance In Wonder Woman

Laying the groundwork for the Justice League takes more than one movie. Lending Ben Affleck to a cameo in the upcoming DC blockbuster Wonder Woman. We saw the pair link up on email of all things in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, as the superheroes showcased the remainder of the entourage via The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg through video attachments.

Now according to the Express in the U.K., Affleck will take on a similarly small role akin to the one he partook in courtesy of Suicide Squad. Assembling the posse of good guys and girl to tackle the villains of the piece.

A crossover was intimated back in 2016, when Gadot's character was seen on set approaching a Wayne Enterprises armored vehicle.

Gadot Expresses Her Love and Admiration For Director Patty

Patty Jenkins was not the first choice for DC or Warner Brothers for the directors chair of Wonder Woman. Michelle MacLaren cited creative differences following the studio's desire to implement oversight on the picture. Paving the way for Jenkins to fill the void and be the first female filmmaker taking the reigns in the DCEU.

Taking to social media this week, Gadot gave a touching tribute to Jenkins, as the actress got a bit excited at the prospect of traveling the world with her new friend. If their chemistry is any guide, Gadot won't accept anyone else overseeing the sequels.

"God damn , the love I have for this woman..#pattyjenkins , you are my sister soul , the best partner to the unique , crazy, mind blowing ,amazing, WW journey , and the woman I share so much with.. woke up missing you! Can't wait to travel the world with you and share our work with everyone."

God damn , the love I have for this woman.. #pattyjenkins , you are my sister soul , the best partner to the unique ,...

Posted by Gal Gadot on Monday, February 27, 2017

Affleck and Damon Project Binned

The Syfy series Incorporated is officially no more, as Deadline explains that the show has been cancelled. Matt Damon and Ben Affleck were executive producers on the futuristic thriller, getting a humbling dose of "cancelled".

The show's star Dennis Haysbert seems okay with the end of the series' run. As the actor has already jumped on board another title on NBC in the form of Reverie.

Averaging just a fraction under the 500,000 mark per episode during it's one season run, Incorporated fell behind their counterparts on the same network including The Magicians, Z Nation and The Expanse. Damon and Affleck developed the series with the help of Jennifer Todd and Pearl Street Films, CBS TV Studios and Universal Cable Prods. But with the break allowing them to reassess it's standing, Incorporated was no more.

Source: Express, Batman News, Deadline