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BATMAN V SUPERMAN (2016): Jesse Eisenberg Talks About Sophisticated Themes in Film

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Jesse Eisenberg Discusses Mature Themes Featured in Batman v Superman. Actor Jesse Eisenberg would be the last person you’d expect to be in a superhero film like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but it looks like what drew him to do it was Chris Terrios screenwriting.

During an interview with We Got This Covered, Jesse Eisenberg talked about what drew him to become a part of the upcoming superhero film. Without going deep into the plot, the actor expressed his excitement to work with Chris Terrio, the screenwriter known for his work on Argo.

Since everyone here is obviously interested in writing in some capacity, I’ll tell you that the man wrote the movie, Chris Terrio, is absolutely phenomenal. He also wrote Argo. He’s such a brilliant guy, so well read. He’s interested in very sophisticated topics and discussions. So in Batman v Superman, even though it’s a superhero movie, people who don’t necessarily see movies in that genre, like this crowd, will probably enjoy it. It discusses sophisticated and important themes.

It looks like the biggest draw for a lot of actors in this movie would be Ben Affleck and his collaborator Terrio. What do you guys think?

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