David Goyer in some ways has been the backbone of the Nolan Batman trilogy. He’s helped write all three of the scripts and is mainly loved by most fans across the globe for his awesome contributions to our favorite caped crusader. The least he could do for us is give us a better explanation on his latest update than his shoddy sentence that he just chucked out to the web-o-sphere on Batman Vs. Superman.

While in the middle of an interview, Goyer was obviously asked the question about the latest on Batman vs. Superman. Where is the script right now? How is the project doing in general? We’re just curious to see if they have more pieces put together for this project than what they let on. Apparently that’s what Goyer says is going on, even though his wording isn’t the greatest thing in the world:

“One of the things that has been fun for us is we’re a bit further along than I think people realize.”

I don’t really understand how that is fun. Maybe it’s fun if you’re part of a super top secret project such as this and only spilled out the tiniest bit of information to the masses. If that’s the case then what else do they have up their sleeve? Only time will tell. Speaking of Batman, George Clooney came out and said a couple of words about a role that he more than likely wishes people wouldn’t remember. Still, somebody asked him about Ben Affleck being Batman so he had to respond:

“I am the least qualified person to comment on anyone playing the role of Batman since I so terribly destroyed the part.  I tend to look at it like this – let’s just see what the movie is before everyone starts beating him up. He is a smart man, he knows what he is doing.”

Hear that everybody? George Clooney said this so you better go ahead and take a chill pill. Either way we’re going to have to learn to deal with Ben Affleck being Batman whether we like it or not. Now let’s sit back and wait for the set photos to start popping out so we can see the folks of the Internet judge some more.

Are you excited for Batman Vs. Superman? Why or why not?

Source: Collider