You may have heard the rumors that Warner Bros. wanted Ben Affleck to direct their 'Justice League' movie. Quickly, Affleck let everyone know he had no intention of directing 'Justice League' and took the meeting with Warner Bros. (who released 'Argo') just to be polite. But now comes another wrinkle to the story. Warner Bros. didn't just want Ben Affleck to direct 'Justice League,' they also wanted him to star. As Batman.
The 'Justice League' movie seemed to be going full steam ahead at Warner Bros. until a few weeks ago when rumblings of trouble in superhero paradise began. First, we heard that the movie might not even happen if 'Man of Steel' isn't a huge hit. Now, we have word that Warner Bros. hates the current 'Justice League' script and may be rethinking their plans for the movie.
Now that Marvel is on a roll, churning out plans for their upcoming slate of superhero movies like 'The Avengers' sequels and 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' it's about time the DC universe responded with their own version of an elite, superpowered team, 'Justice League.' While fans are dying to see this plan come to fruition, however, there's still the core question of can this be as successful as, say, 'The Avengers'? If you ask Marvel's creative consultant Mark Millar, that answer is a resounding no!
2015 was looking to be one of the biggest years in cinema history, as the summer was set to hold 'Star Wars - Episode 7,' 'The Avengers 2' and 'Justice League.' Recently there was word that we might not get 'Episode 7' in 2015 and now we're hearing that Warner Brothers has yet to fully commit to 'Justice League,' and the only way it moves forward is if 'Man of Steel' is a hit.
Justice League, assemble! Well, it has... allegedly. While a report came out not too long ago revealing which comic book heroes would be joining the team for its big-screen debut, a new more up-to-date one has come out naming the key players who will go up against 'The Avengers 2' for box office dominance. And one new name has been added into the mix, as well!
Sorry Bat-fans. If you were looking for a new Batman movie some time soon, you're going to get disappointed. It looks like we won't see a 'Dark Knight' reboot for quite a while. So what's the hold up?
While 2013 has just begun, you'll forgive us if we briefly look into 2015 for one of the most anticipated movies in recent history: 'Justice League.' The Warner Bros. film would bring together their own superhero team to answer 'The Avengers' but exactly what superheroes will be joining the 'Justice League' team? A new report reveals what DC superheroes will crossover for the comic book mega movie.
The 'Justice League' movie is in the deep planning stages at Warner Bros. with a 2015 release date tentatively planned. The film will finally team up Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Green Lantern, Flash and more but what villain could possible be powerful enough to be a match for some of Earth's mightiest superheroes? Let's find out...
'Justice League' is coming out in 2015, which is already going to be one of the biggest summers for event films (between it, 'The Avengers 2' and 'Star Wars Episode 7'), but other than Henry Cavill rumored to appear as Superman none of the other cast has been fleshed out. The latest hot rumor is that Joseph Gordon-Levitt will play Batman, the Dark Knight himself.