Ben Affleck opens up about having two directors on Justice League

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There's been a lot of speculation surrounding Affleck's uncertain future in the DCEU and there has previously been a considerable amount of critical and audience negativity surrounding the movies in this shared universe.

With such a big project, there was bound to be some hurdles.

With Zack Snyder stepping aside from finishing off the "Justice League" movie due to a family tragedy, many have speculated on how Joss Wehdon's involvement would affect the tone of the film. Then, a follow-up story claimed that early cuts of the film were actually "unwatchable," with the reshoots being substantial and not at all like what you'd usually see with a big blockbuster. The Batman standalone picture has gone through a number of screenwriters and some director turnover; Suicide Squad; Batman v. Superman (I'm not pointing out anything in particular with those last two films; they themselves were problems). The Batman actor said that he found it all to be a bit "unorthodox".

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"Zack has been a family drama, is removed, which is awful".

The two-director situation is unusual, but shouldn't have fans too anxious, Affleck said, diplomatically calling Justice League "an interesting product of two directors".

Ben Affleck and Jason Momoa. But Justice League star and Caped Crusader himself, Ben Affleck, is swooping in to save the day and say, don't worry. Affleck went on to describe Justice League as "an interesting product of two directors, both with kind of unique visions, both with really strong takes".

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Incredible but true, the Justice League will be released finally on our screens in a few months, on November 15, precisely.

In a recent interview with IGN, Joe Morton, who plays Dr. Silas Stone in the movie, explained that "the film felt too dark" prior to the reshoots.

Affleck also waved off rumors that the extensive reshoots indicated trouble with the project. "Zack picked a good guy to come in, clean up, and finish everything for him". They're getting it right. As the DCEU attempts to move away from the grim and gritty aesthetic of Snyder's Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, and closer to the earnest, optimistic worldview of Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman, bringing in Whedon to lighten Justice League's tone made a tremendous amount of sense. In the meantime, there is plenty of time to watch the previous DC movies and get familiar with all of the faces that will be a part of the DCEU's superhero team up.

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