Should Ben Affleck Play Batman? Twitter Says 'No'

VIDEO: The Oscar-winning "Argo" director was announced as the choice to play the caped crusader.
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Some people have long memories and many - especially comics fans - have not forgotten "Daredevil," one of Ben Affleck's biggest flops and his only time portraying an iconic superhero.

When news hit the web last night that the "Argo" director, 41, would be the next Batman in the "Man of Steel" sequel, Twitter erupted and Mount Vesuvius has yet to be plugged with #BetterBatmanThanBenAffleck still trending and going strong, with opinions and jokes on who should play the caped crusader instead of Ben.

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Read: Ben Affleck to Star as Batman

The anticipated 2015 blockbuster will bring Batman and Superman, played by Henry Cavill, together on the big screen for the first time. Here's who you thought would be better "suited" for the role:

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