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Back in 2008, I was forced to cover rumors of an impending Justice League movie almost every goddamned day, even though it was obvious it wasn't going to happen.
Thank God the writer's strike is over, now we can go back to speculating about the Justice League of America movie.
One consequence of the writer’s strike may be that the studios begin shooting movies without a writer on board.
Word is The Flash movie's still happening, and has picked up director David Dobkin (Clay Pigeons, Shanghai Knights, Wedding Crashers, Fred Claus - yeesh, talk about a varied career).
Despite my tendency to drink too much and speculate wildly high standards of journalistic integrity (or as I like to call it, journa-lipstick integ-pretty), it now appears that yesterday’s report of Rupert Evans casting as Superman in Justice League is unfounded.
The word around the campfire is that Justice League of America has found its Superman, in British actor Rupert Evans.
After reports earlier this week about WB head Jeff Rubinov banning any movie with a female lead, Rubinov is of course in full denial mode.
IESB has the latest news on the Justice League of America.
It's a sad fact of life that most beautiful women are dumber than a sock full of baby shit (which I carry, for protection).
The news that Christian Bale wouldn't be playing Batman in the upcoming Justice League of America movie has been going around for some time.