Since his 1993 breakthrough performance in Dazed and Confused and his 1997 debut as a leading man in Glory Daze, Ben Affleck has become a pillar of popular culture.
Ben Affleck would go on to portray a variety of roles, including Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Marvel’s Daredevil. Fans, however, were unaware that Affleck was a part of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie, which was released in 2011. While they are trying to kill a character, Affleck portrays a background actor who is a basketball player.
Ben Affleck Recalls His Poor Performance
Ben Affleck admits that his voice was indeed dubbed over in the movie in a recent interview with Uproxx.
A basketball player was the target of the one line I had. It affected me. Genuine fear gripped me. After that, I went with some friends to see the movie. and my voice was noticeably different. I immediately recognized they had re-recorded my line. Affleck admitted, “I was so horrible. “They required me to be in the scene, but [director Fran Rubel Kuzui] clearly [was like], ‘I can’t hear the voice again!'” To come in and say, “Hey man, take it,” they had to pay someone. I couldn’t express that persuasively enough, it seems.
The movie is titled “The Flash,” and according to Warner Bros., “Worlds collide” when Barry uses his ability to go back in time and alter the course of previous events. Barry finds himself stuck in a future where General Zod has returned and is threatening devastation, and there are no Super Heroes to turn to, as a result of his accidentally changing the future in an effort to rescue his family. That is unless Barry is able to persuade a very different Batman to come out of retirement and free a Kryptonian who is being held captive—though not the one he is seeking for.