Last night at the 2008 Scream Awards, Charles Roven, producer of the Dark Knight movie, let slip a little bit about the happenings at Warner and DC titles.

Roven also told us that there is “no momentum” on comic book adaptation The Flash at Warner Bros. Pictures.

That’s so sad for David Dobkin who was slated to direct the flick. With the confusion at the studio, most superhero films are going to be put on hold until Warner figures out if it wants to tell individual stories that build the the Justice League or a Justice League movie that spins out into the individual tales.

via Superhero Hype

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  1. October 20, 2008 at 11:40 am — Reply

    Hey, cool… Joe Singleton!

  2. Lifeisaglitch
    October 20, 2008 at 11:48 am — Reply

    I love the Flash but with the Lantern pre-production going strong, whispers of a Superman movie and a pretty much guaranteed third Nolan Batman movie its not that hard of a blow.

    Besides its not like DC is still stuck witht their crappy movie mojo, Dark Knight did fantastic and Watchmen is on its way.

    Still though when the Lantern movie goes into actual production i better hear rumors or confirmation on something either rhyming with the rash or under omen.

    Also (When it happens) the badguy in the JLA movie better be Luthor or Rhas, none of that alien (Incl Darkseid) or crappy badguys teaming up stuff.

    That said who here thinks Aquaman, Hawkman(girl?) or The Martian manhunter could carry their own pre-JLAmovie film. I think they should do individual movies, a JLA movie and then individual movies with the lesser dudes. Also would a Trinity or Worlds finest movie maybe be a better idea before a full rooster thing?

  3. October 20, 2008 at 11:54 am — Reply

    I, for one, want to see the story of the Full Rooster… Superhero of Iowa!

  4. October 21, 2008 at 11:25 am — Reply

    Is a full rooster anything like the Full Monty … ?

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