When word broke that a Justice League movie was in the works, the big rumor was that Ben Affleck (Argo) was on the short-list to direct and possibly star as one of the iconic heroes. Now, he sets the record straight: He was never actually offered the film, so he didn't technically pass on it. But that doesn't mean he's not interested in doing it.
Evidence is mounting that 2013's Man of Steel could lay some type of groundwork for DC's upcoming Justice League flick, and now producer Christopher Nolan has responded to the buzz.
Christopher Nolan has said over and over again that he is done with Batman now that his Dark Knight trilogy has been completed. But are there more superhero movies in his future?
The Justice League movie is coming, and for the most part, we've been concerned with the characters that will make up the team. But what about the villain? They're a huge part of the story and the center of the conflict. Well, we may have uncovered the mysterious big bad.
The Justice League movie would be Warner Bros. first attempt to create a consistent DC universe within the comic-book giant's film franchises. It only makes sense that Batman would be a part of that. What makes less sense, is a Batman who is NOT Bruce Wayne—but that may be exactly what we'll get.
If the pressure of trying to reboot Superman wasn't enough, Man of Steel director Zack Snyder is also wrangling with the fact that Warner Bros. wants to launch a full-fledged Justice League movie at some point. So how's it all going to work out?
The rumor mill has been swirling that Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth) is high on DC's radar to tackle some of their big-time properties—and now the man himself has responded to the buzz. So what does Del Toro think about it?
Now that Warner Bros. Pictures is legally able to keep using the character of Superman, plans for the long-awaited Justice League movie are about to move faster than a speeding bullet.
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The creators of The CW's Arrow have said time and time again that their number one focus is to tell the story of Oliver Queen—but that doesn't mean they can't tell it with a big pile of DC cameos along the way. With the show a ratings hit, the producers seem to have loosened up about potentially seeing some Justice League members down the line.