Lo iba a afirmar, pero yo no me fío ni de mi padre.
En cualquier caso, en medio de todo el DESPROPÓSITO ese de la visita de periodistas o escribidores al set de Justice League, lo único que puede leerse sin sonrojarse ni cabrearse son estas palabras de Affleck.
Principalmente, por que van en dirección contraria a Warner: NO HAY PELÍCULA HASTA QUE NO HAY UN BIEN GUIÓN.
Está echando por tierra la acelerada producción de Justice League.
"I think they have a date for it. Although, I don't know if I would necessarily be able to make that date, because I don't have a script that's ready yet.
So my timetable is, I'm not going to make a movie until there's a script that I think is good because I've been on the end of the things when you make movies when you have a script that's not good yet and it doesn't pan out. [Laughs]"
"I'm not happy enough with it yet to actually go out there and make a Batman movie, for which I have the highest of standard.
That's something that would have to pass a very high bar for me. It's not just, 'Yeah, that might be fun, let's go try this out.'"
"The 'world's greatest detective' aspect of Batman is more present in ['Justice League'] than it was in ['Batman v Superman], and will probably be expanded upon further in a Batman movie that I would do.
I think all the great Batman stories are, at their heart, detective stories.
That's why they feel like noir movies in a way. Somehow feels like it could be 'The Maltese Falcon.'"
Estos comentarios me han parecido muy acertados. Sobre todo el de El Halcón Maltés.
Estoy...¿precavidamente optimista...? ;-)