georgemiller.jpgBoth Latino Review and are reporting the rumor that George Miller may be directing the Justice League of America movie. Miller who directed Happy Feet thinks we’ll see Brandon Routh in Justice League before the sequel to Superman.

The next thing I’ve heard is which Superheroes might be in the running for the first big budget team-up movie. They would be Superman, Batman, The Flash, Wonder Woman and the Green Lantern.

I’ve also heard from sources that the “Justice League” film is more of a priority for WB than the sequel to “Superman,” so don’t be surprised if you see Brandon Routh in “Justice League” before any new “Superman” film.



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  1. Ooog, how is DC/WB so consistently dropping the ball with their properties? Starting with Iron Man, Marvel is attempting to redefine how comics are adapted to screen with an interlocking continuity (at least that’s what it seems like if Nick Fury shows up in Incredible Hulk.)

    Making Justice League before another Superman movie and before the Batman “Year One Trilogy” plays out is just throwing a big idea against a wall and seeing how much of it sticks. One wonders, are WB film suits are just resentful of having to deal with “kiddie books” and want to do as little with DC properties as possible, so the company can concentrate on derivative, stale pet projects that they don’t have to share creative credit on?

  2. Consistently dropping the ball? I think DC’s films have been consistently very well done unlike Marvel films. In the past few years we’ve had such stinkers as The Hulk, Daredevil, Elektra, Ghost Rider, and X-Men 3. Marvel just pushes out these movies to cash-in on their properties. DC believes in the slow and steady wins the race mantra.

  3. Matthew Peterson on

    I think it all depends on whether or not you liked the movies in question. I don’t necessarily think that DC’s movies are that much worse than Marvel’s. Compare Fantastic Four to Superman Returns. Both are critical failures, but both still have fans.

    I’d like to see a Justice League movie, and don’t think that it would undermind another Batman or Superman movie. Frankly, I’m a bit trilogied out in terms of films, I’d rather see one coherent and entertaining story without having to deal with everything setting up the next film.

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