Batman Day Celebrated
On the occasion of Batman day, the makers of the show released some still of Ben Affleck Batman. The Snyder Cut Justice League is now officially recognized as Director’s Cut Justice League.
The makers of Justice League from the year of 2014 celebrating Batman Day to honor the Batman. They celebrate the 3rd Saturday of September and this year also made it a point to celebrate the same.
It also happens to be the first appearance of the character in a comic released long back in 1939. So the celebration of Batman Day serves two distinct occasions and a tradition set for the most popular among the Justice League.
Ben Affleck Batman Close-Up Shared
The makers on their official Director’s Cut Justice League posted a close up of Ben Affleck Batman. Affleck is the most favorite Batman of all time. He had to leave the Justice League because of some personal issues but that doesn’t affect his popularity.
— The Director's Cut of Justice League (@snydercut) September 19, 2020
Every year on the occasion of Batman’s day the makers released photos of Ben Affleck Batman, which shows the undivided love fro the most special of Batman history.
The close-up shared by the makers show the angry and stun look os Affleck which attracts a lot of attention. Though it does not give any hint on the upcoming Batman release which was most anticipated.
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) September 19, 2020
Another glimpse of Ben Affleck Batman also shared by the makers in a paddy field. Where he was standing silently with a serious and deep look. Apart from these two pictures, there was no hint on the movie so far about the release date so far.
Trailer And The Possible Release
A trailer released a few times back which consists of 3 minutes of the movies and gives a pretty good idea about the upcoming Director’s Cut Justice League. Apart from the trailer, no official announcement is there on the release date.
According to the source, the most anticipated show with the return of Ben Affleck Batman most probably will release in early 2021.