Ben Affleck called Justice League worst experience

The actor did not comment on the accusations of mistreatment of Joss Whedon, first made by his co-star, Ray Fisher.

It looks like Ben Affleck you didn’t have to play too much to capture the brooding Batman character in 2017. Justice League

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In a new Q&A with Los angeles times, the Oscar winner called the film’s experience “the worst” of his life for a number of reasons.

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“That was very Justice League it was nadir for me ” Delicate bar shared the star. “It was a bad experience because of a set of circumstances: my own life, my divorce, being away for too long, competing plans, and then Zach’s personal tragedy and re-filming.”

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Ben and ex-wife Jennifer Garner broke up back in 2015 and finalized the divorce in 2018. Actor entered the rehabilitation center from alcohol addiction in 2017, immediately after the completion of filming at the end of 2016.

Ben continued, “It was the worst experience. It was terrible. That was all I didn’t like about it. That was the moment I said, “I don’t do this anymore.” It’s not even that Justice League it was so bad. Because it could have been anything. “

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In fact, the actor’s negative time on and off the set led him to drop out directing and starring in a separate film, Batman, soon after that “Fulfilling this role requires focus, passion and the best performance I can show,” he said at the time. “It became clear that I could not do both jobs at the proper level.”

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Matt Reeves quickly took over the position, and if you’ve been online lately, you know that Robert Pattison and Zoe Kravitz play a major role in long-awaited cinema.

Reflecting on his decision, Ben explained, “I looked at [directing The Batman] and thought, “I won’t be happy doing this. The person who does this must love it. ” You should always want it, and I probably would have loved doing it at 32 or so. “

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“But it was at that moment that I began to realize that it wasn’t worth it,” he continued. “It’s just a wonderful benefit of reorienting and re-calibrating your priorities, that as soon as it became more experience-related, I felt more at ease.”

While Ben cited a less-than-brilliant production environment, he did not comment on the on-set abuse allegations Joss faced. While the veteran filmmaker has long suffered from controversy, It was Justice League partner Ray Fisher (Victor Stone, aka Cyborg) who sounded the alarm

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Of course, DCEU fans were justified in releasing a four-hour film. Snyder Cut they were campaigning to mark Zack’s return to film and his creative vision.

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To read Ben’s full interview for the LA Times, click here

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