'The Batman' News And Updates: Possible Replacement For Ben Affleck Revealed; Scott Adkins And Christian Bale Included

After allegedly getting a new director and script, "The Batman" movie might have a new actor to play the role. This comes after news broke that Ben Affleck does not want to play Batman anymore.

Ben Affleck Not Playing Batman Anymore; Who Could Be His Replacement?

Ben did a good job doing the role as Batman. However, recent reports claim that the actor won't continue his journey as the superhero. With this, several names came up who could possibly replace Affleck.

Number one on this list is Christian Bale. He's applauded for his performance of "The Dark Knight" trilogy that's why many of his fans want him to do the role. His acting skills made the story like real and fans believe that he could surely do it again.

Armie Hammer could also be the potential Batman. In George Miller version, the actor was supposed to play the role of Batman, though it did not happen. This makes him a good candidate to take the role for real this time.

Who Could Possibly Replace Ben Affleck As Batman? Would His Experience Suffice?

Some actor may not be that popular but in terms of acting, they could do every role they are given. English Actor, Scott Adkins is Batman in every definition. The actor is a trained martial artist and he's said to be in the same league as Bruce Wayne. According to reports, Scott Adkins auditioned but failed to get the role. This could be his chance to give the role another try.

Last on the list is Joe Manganiello. According to a report, he was considered to be part of "Man of Steel" as Superman and later on for Batman. So if Joe doesn't have a commitment in any movie, he can always take the role of Batman.

So far, no confirmation has been made yet regarding Affleck's withdrawal from the role. Fans of the franchise will have to wait and see if the character will have a new actor in the next installment.

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