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Ben Affleck defends 'Batman v Superman': 'It was the biggest hit of my career' (Video)

Ben Affleck once again defended his film "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," saying many fans criticized the film for its dark tone. "It was a huge hit movie. More people went to see that than any movie I've ever made in my career. It was the biggest hit of my career. And then it had a lot editorial negativity," Affleck said in a recent interview with the local Fox affiliate in Washington, D.
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