London: Ben Affleck has picked up "valuable" filmmaking experience working alongside director Zack Snyder on 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'.
The 'Argo' star, who takes on the role of Batman in the new movie, said he paid close attention whenever he was on set with Snyder, reported Contactmusic.
Affleck, 43, denied rumours suggesting he had turned down the opportunity to direct "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" prequel "Man of Steel", which Snyder also took charge of in 2013, but said he would be interested in future superhero projects after watching the master at work.
"I learned a lot from Zack on this movie," Affleck explained. "One of the really valuable things about it for me, aside from the personal experience of playing the part, was watching a guy who really understands how to make films on this level, with cutting edge technology, combining in-camera stuff with visual effects, and stunts and all the tools at a director's disposal, and seeing how Zack meticulously constructed them using hand drawn storyboards, frame by frame and evolving into the movie that you saw, is a fairly consistent vision."