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Sunday, June 18, 2023

Henry Cavill’s Superman and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman were in the ending for The Flash, but James Gunn and Peter Safran had it scrapped

Henry Cavill’s Superman and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman were in the ending for The Flash, but James Gunn and Peter Safran had it scrapped.

After more than 25 years, George Clooney returned to the role of Bruce Wayne, marking a remarkable change of heart for an actor who was unequivocally done with the role. It was also a secret that the studio was able to keep tight for close to six months.

In a mic drop movie moment, one which has left audiences howling, The Flash’s final scenes shows Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) on the phone with Bruce Wayne. The phone call comes after a climactic courthouse hearing and Barry finally returning to his own Earth and timeline. Wayne pulls up to the courthouse in his car and as he gets out, the assembled crowd part to reveal Wayne…as played by Clooney, not the Ben Affleck version Barry expected.

Clooney infamously played Bruce Wayne/Batman in filmmaker Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin, the ill-fated 1997 movie considered one of the worst superhero films of all time. The actor has repudiated it over the years, with it being the most visible miss in his storied career.

He told Howard Stern in late 2020 that it was physically painful to watch his work in the role. Said the actor: “The truth of the matter is, I was bad in it. Akiva Goldsman — who’s won the Oscar for writing since then — he wrote the screenplay. And it’s a terrible screenplay, he’ll tell you. I’m terrible in it, I’ll tell you. Joel Schumacher, who just passed away, directed it, and he’d say, ‘Yeah, it didn’t work.’ We all whiffed on that one.”

Justice League star Ben Affleck opened up about his cameo appearance as Bruce Wayne/ Batman in DC Studios’ The Flash.

During the red carpet premiere of The Flash, Affleck shared that he had a "wonderful time" filming the movie, describing it as the "most fun I [he] had playing" the Dark Knight.

Speaking with The MovieReport.com, the actor revealed that his decision to return to the DC Universe was due to the chance to collaborate with director Andy Muschietti and co-star Ezra Miller. "It wasn’t a lot of work," he said. "It was really a cameo you know, and I didn’t expect or anticipate to do this, but you know I love Andy, and I really was excited. I had such a great experience with Ezra. I really was thrilled to come back and do it."

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon’s production company Artists Equity has condemned the use of an audio voiceover from its recent film Air, which tells the story of the creation of the Michael Jordan-endorsed Nike Air Jordan sports shoe, in a Donald Trump campaign video.

In a statement posted to social media, Artists Equity stated it had not been consulted or given consent for the voiceover to be used. “We had no foreknowledge of, did not consent to and do not endorse or approve any footage or audio from Air being repurposed by the Trump campaign as a political advertisement or for any other use.” It added: “We hereby, expressly give notice that in the case of any use of material from Air by the Trump campaign where approval or consent is required, we do not grant such consent.”


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