>>89084664>less star actors and was rated higher.
Batfleck has been in the business six years longer than Ryan. Ryan's lifetime box office is $1,646,465,017 (and you need to take into account he's done way more smaller films, like Paper Man and Woman in Gold than anyone in either of the movies combined) and Afleck's lifetime total is 2,278,400,114. A better comparison would be their average, since both have a comparable selection of what you norms would consider bombs: over 37 films, Batfleck rates $61,578,381 and Reynold's (over 31) rates $53,111,775.
Leslie Uggams and Morena Baccarin would compare to Jeramy Irons and Gadot, so BvS barely has a bit more star power (being Cavil and Eisenberg).