Does Ben Affleck have his cape out?

The Academy Award winner, 49, stoked speculation that he will play Batman again in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom by sharing pictures of their latest fight on the Warner Bros. set, where they were spotted by fans on a tour, on Thursday.

While advertising his Mananalu Water’s reusable aluminum bottles, which were made accessible in his trailer, Momoa, 42, recently teased on his Instagram Story that he’s “back on set” and “can’t tell you what I’m doing” since it’s “top secret.”

Because I’m at a loss for words, Momoa said, “All I can say is, thank you to one of my favorite production companies for hosting me and taking care of the environment.” But positive things are taking place.

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The Aquaman actor then posted a video of himself laughing when a tour group allegedly ran into him and Affleck as they were leaving the set.

Well, it’s no longer a dirty secret, is it? Momoa apologized for using foul language in front of the children as he recorded the fans on the tour bus giggling. Well, we attempted to keep it a secret. “That’s what happens, Warner Bros., when you come out of your set and there’s our fans.”

Affleck appeared to be wearing Bruce Wayne’s best attire in the photographs Momoa shared of the Justice League co-stars getting along and having fun behind the scenes.

“Bruce and Arthur were reunited. Love you and miss you Ben WB studio tours simply went to the backlot. Busted on the set, AQUAMAN 2 has exciting things coming, all my aloha J “Momoa added a caption.

Retakes for the blockbuster movie, which is set to debut in March 2023, seem to be in progress even though filming on the DC superhero movie was completed in December.

In the 2016 film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Affleck, who previously claimed he played Bruce Wayne “for my kids,” made his debut as the Dark Knight. Since then, he has appeared as Batman in five DC Extended Universe movies, including The Flash and Justice League, both of which will be released in 2019.

The Flash was “very gorgeous” and “extremely joyful,” according to Affleck, who added it was “a really nice way to relive it as the prior experience had been challenging.”

Robert Pattinson is getting ready to don the bat ears for Matt Reeves’ The Batman 2, and Christian Bale has declared that he would only play the part again if he could work with filmmaker Christopher Nolan once more.