Academy Award nomination, Josh Brolin reflects on losing Batman’s role to Ben Affleck!

In his recent appearance on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Josh Brolin revealed that he was the potential actor for Batman’s role.

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Brolin, who is famously known for his roles as Cable in Deadpool 2 and Thanos in the MCU, detailed that he was interested in pulling off Caped Crusader before the movie director cast Ben Affleck who kick started his career in acting with Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice film.

Josh Brolin went on saying that he would have gotten the role if Snyder did not settle on Affleck. “That was his decision — that wasn’t my decision. That was his decision”, said Brolin.

The No Country for Old Men star further said that the Batman’s role fascinated him as he is likely to gravitate towards the characters that contain a ‘risky element’ “something that is set up to not work at all, or to work flyingly — I like those odds. I like playing with those odds. I’m like, ‘Am I the guy who’s gonna make it all fail?'”

The heart-to-heart conversation on the show led to the actor mocking George Clooney’s highly controversial role in Batman & Robin (1997), “You talk to Clooney and he’s still joking about it — and it wasn’t his fault.”

The Grindhouse house star also disclosed that the talks surrounding Batman’s role came to him before singing Deadpool 2. The actor reflected on what would have been another super hit, saying, “It would have been the older, more raspy, for lack of a better word. Honestly, that would have been a fun deal, and maybe I’ll do it when I’m 80.”

On the other hand, Ben Affleck is all set to recast as Batman in The Flash. The upcoming movie that is said to show Affleck as Caped Crusader will be out in June, 2023.