A video, in which Ben Affleck couldn't shroud his misery when gotten some information about the reactions against "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", has circulated around the web.
In the clasp, which was initially sourced from a meeting, co-star Henry Cavill, 32, sits beside 43-year-old Affleck, as they are gotten some information about the basic "blended reaction" to the film.
The video then slices to an accumulation of to a great degree negative features relating to the motion picture.
"Batman v Superman will make you loathe Batman, Superman and The Justice League," declared one of the main surveys.
After the blast of features, it slices to a photo of a motion picture rating site, which has confirmed the film as "Spoiled" with a 30 for every penny rating.
Additionally read: Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice survey
Cavill then begins to answer the inquiry, yet the camera really starts zooming in on a down and out looking Affleck.
The tragic melody "The Sound of Silence", by Simon and Garfunkel, then begins playing out of sight.
Before the end of the zoom, Affleck still looks very pitiful, and his just commitment to the dialog is a quieted "I concur."
Viewers of the clasp, initially posted by Youtube client Sabconth, rapidly took to Twitter to declare their affection for the clasp.
An image basically known as Sad Affleck rapidly additionally surfaced online which includes a still from the video with a toon teardrop spilling down the "Argo" star's correct cheek.
While "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has fared ineffectively with pundits, regardless it figured out how to net USD 27.7 million from Thursday night showings, as indicated by Variety, and is on course for maybe a USD 180 million weekend.