6 June 2012
Filed under Man of Steel   Comments Off on Warner Bros hires writer for ‘Justice League’

Well, now that “The Avengers” it’s up and became this huge success, it’s everyone waiting for a “Justice League” movie. With everyone pressuring DC Comics to do it, they decide to take some action.

Variety is reporting that Gangster Squad screenwriter Will Beall will produce a script for the superhero ensemble film. A Justice League project was last put into production in 2007 with director George Miller attached to helm. However, it was later scrapped.

Henry is Superman, and Christian Bale is Batman, but he already told the Dark Knight Rises would be his last one on Christopher Nolan’s Batman franchise. However he wouldn’t be opposed to reprising the role again, if the scripts were good enough. But, it is unknown if the project will tie into previous and forthcoming DC adaptations or be completely standalone – which makes no sense to me, but we never know what Hollywood is up to, right?

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