Warner Bros. Appears Be Dissing Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill With Their Studio Tour And DC Fans Are Mad

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Appears To Be Dissing Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill

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  • The new expansion of the Warner Bros. Studio Tour features many of the current stars of their DC Comics movies.
  • Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman, however, are not among them and DC fans are mad.
  • More movie news here.

The new expansion for the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood is set to reopen on June 26th with numerous additions including several interactive experiences. However, despite the fact that it isn’t even open yet, not everyone is happy. Especially many DC movie fans who think the movie studio is disrespecting Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill.

As photos of the renovated Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood began making their way on to the internet showing current DC movie stars Margot Robbie, Gal Gadot, and Jason Momoa are front and center as Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman and Aquaman fans had questions.

Such as, when it comes to Batman and Superman, instead of Affleck and Cavill being on display, why did Warner Bros. choose to go with Michael Keaton and Christoper Reeves and their portrayals of the leaders of the Justice League?

Keaton last played Batman in 1992. Reeves’ last run in the red and blue tights was in 1987.

While certainly there are very few people who don’t believe the duo were excellent in their roles, many fans of the DC Extended Universe took exception to Affleck and Cavill being ignored and felt they were being disrespected.

All of that aside, the new renovations inside look pretty dope, including an all new Batcave which contains the Batmobile from Tim Burton’s original Batman, the Tumbler from The Dark Knight, and the Batwing from Batman v. Superman.

Speaking of The Dark Knight… I am more angry that Michael Keaton is up on the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood marquee instead of Christian Bale than anything they have done with regard to Batfleck.

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