Superman vs. Batman star Ben Affleck's best friend Matt Damon shocked the world this week when he told MTV that he thinks Superman vs. Batman will be a good movie and that Affleck's costume looks "excellent." From MTV:
I've seen a picture. I have seen a picture. It's excellent. And I've talked to him about the storyline, and it's great. Look. I've known him for 30-something years. I would be the first guy like ' buddy, what are you doing.' But I think the movie is going to be great.
The shocking and unexpected statement from Damon comes just weeks after another friend of Damon's, Jersey Girl director Kevin Smith, also said that the Batsuit will look sweet on Affleck:
Now, I don't want to give anything away because that is up to them and stuff, but I am going to say this: I instantly bear-hugged [Snyder]. You have not seen this costume in a movie on film before. And for a comic-book fan, it was mind-bending.
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