The Mother! director is fresh off his controversial thriller, but outlined how his DC installment would have gone down.
Chris McKay understands that Dick Grayson can be viewed as a bit of a lame dork, but according to the filmmaker, his installment will be an action movie to cherish
Injecting a bit of fun into the mix with some toys and a cast of badass superheroes, Affleck believes this DCEU addition will be a winner.
With Martin Scorsese producing a title that ventures from the current arc, Reeves has explained that his movie will do likewise.
With a new actor set to take on the part from Suicide Squad star Jared Leto, the Taxi Driver director will link up next to Scott Silver and Todd Philips for the installment.
Should one viewer's account of San Diego Comic-Con be true, then the upcoming ensemble blockbuster will turn the DCEU on its head.
As a new report surfaced to suggest that the actor would be locked down in the role for the next three installments, the theory has been categorically quashed.
The 40-year old has teased DC fans with the possibility that he might be out of Matt Reeves' new project, failing to commit to the title that has drastically changed course.
Admitting that the acting-directing duties would be stretching his talents, the 44-year old played down news that he would be phased out of the franchise.
While The Walking Dead star took on the part of Thomas Wayne, the alternate Flash timeline would have him playing a very different role.
As Matt Reeves plots a course for his own trilogy, the 44-year old is said to be phased out of the franchise for good at the conclusion of Justice League.
He wouldn't commit to the part whatsoever, and instead joked that any statement on the record would be spun out of all control.