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Jesse Eisenberg & Lex Luthor’s Future in DCEU with No Ben Affleck Batman Seems Dark

Recently the most shocking news comes from the DCEU that Ben Affleck resigns from the production. His exit from the production must be a huge loss for the company but now here comes more news from there.

Actually after leaving him from the DCEU some sequence probably now in an unbalanced condition. Because the Ben Affleck played the role of Batman in the production but after leaving him their may arise many questions.

But among all of it, the main question is about the future of Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor’s future. Because these two are mainly dependent on Ben Affleck.

Jesse Eisenberg & Lex Luthor's Future in DCEU with No Ben Affleck Batman Seems Dark

What about Jesse Eisenberg and Lex Luthor’s future in DCEU

After leaving of Ben Affleck from the DCEU the big questions come from the media and as well as fans about the future of others stars. Especially here comes one name which is Jesse Eisenberg.

In recently Jesse comments that he’ll be playing Lex Luthor again in future DC Films after last appearing in the Justice League post-credit scene. He is made his debut as Lex Luthor in DC films in Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice.

In an interview with ComicBookMovie, he confirmed that he will not appear as Lex Luthor in upcoming DC films. So, we understand this is an official announcement from him. He also says in a joking manner that he will appear in different venues.

Jesse Eisenberg & Lex Luthor's Future in DCEU with No Ben Affleck Batman Seems Dark

So what next

To be honest the news is gonna be a very heartbreaking for fans. But Jesse confirm that he will not be appear in DC films in recent.

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Jesse Eisenberg & Lex Luthor's Future in DCEU with No Ben Affleck Batman Seems Dark

But the most important thing to notice that is DC films retain him for Lex Luthor in future. So wait and hope that he will return.

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