Most everyone has had a chance to pontificate about Zack Snyder's Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice but most don't happen to be the Winter Solider's Sebastian Stan.
The Actor spoke to The Daily Beast about a variety of things, including his previous comments about Snyder's film (in response to some comments that Synder made towards Marvel). Stan originally said: "I mean, the Russos are coming in and taking something people are used to and they're shaping it up and changing it in a very different way," he told Collider. "They're not trying to mimic a better Christopher Nolan movie or something like that."
Now that both films have released, and to very different responses, Daily Beast asked if he had seen BVS.
"I did see Batman v Superman," he says with a grin, "and I enjoyed it. I think visually it was insane. I thought Ben Affleck was an incredible Batman. I thought that fight sequence he had against all the guys, that was sick. Even Jesse Eisenberg was cracking me up at some points. That's all I got."
As for Justice League and their shared universe, he said: "I also think that DC is at a point right now where, it's been my impression, they want to get to Justice League. They want to go ahead and kind of get everybody fighting together. And I think the best way to jumpstart that was to get what I think most people wanted to see for a long time: Batman vs. Superman, two of the biggest superheroes in history."
Still, Batman enjoyment aside, he made which side he's on very clear, stating: "I'm a Marvel guy, man."
Captain America: Civil War is in theatres now.