When Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was released on March 25, it was met with many negative reviews, especially from critics.
Fans of Batman watched as Ben Affleck has turned into a Sad Affleck, thanks to one interview where Ben looked depressed as Henry talked about Batman v Superman’s poor reception.
When a netizen chose to overlay Simon and Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence” over the footage, the clip blew up and become an unstoppable meme around the world.
And now after full 10 months later the Sad Affleck meme hit the internet again but this time Ben has learned a valuable lesson.
During a recent interview with BBC Radio 1, Ben was asked about what he learned from Batman v Superman given its massive scale and Ben has a perfect reply for that. He said,
“It taught me not to do interviews with Henry Cavill where I don’t say anything and they could lay Simon and Garfunkel tracks over it, that’s one thing I learned.”
Of Course, Ben then went on to say the true knowledge he gained from Batman v Superman had to do with filmmaking and technology.
Batman v Superman didn’t do as well as Ben Affleck and Warner Bros hoped but still, it manages to take over $870 million worldwide, making it the seventh highest grosser of 2016
Well, fans will have to see whether Ben learned from his ordeal or not when Justice League hits theaters at the end of this year.
Ben is also currently working on Solo Batman script and already signed Deathstroke as the main villain. Here are 3 Batman Villains other than Deathstroke that the Batman movie could have.
Ben surely responds to his Sad Affleck moment from Batman v Superman interview and also what he was allowed to take home from the movie. Ben steals the show here.
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