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Posted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 11:22 am Reply with quote
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Sophia Bush > Jessica beil!

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Posted: Fri Oct 05, 2007 7:10 pm Reply with quote
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Headbanger69 wrote:
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Sophia Bush > Jessica beil!


NOT



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Posted: Sun Oct 07, 2007 1:35 pm Reply with quote
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"Smallville" producer Al Gough has emphatically denied that actor Tom Welling has been approached for the "Justice League" movie.

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Posted: Sun Oct 07, 2007 1:38 pm Reply with quote
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Entertainment Weekly has some details of the storyline for the upcoming "Justice League" feature:

"What we have seen remains faithful to the comic book that first appeared in 1960. All seven original members of the Justice League -- Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and the Martian Manhunter -- are featured in an origins story about the superhero conglomerate.

The plot revolves around villainous businessman Maxwell Lord and involves cyborgs called OMACs (One-Man Army Corps), who can take over humans and turn them into killing machines. There are epic battles between Superman and Batman, as well as Superman and Wonder Woman."

They also confirm that Aquaman is more interested in helping his fellow heroes than lending a hand to land dwellers.

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Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2007 8:44 pm Reply with quote
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JUSTICE LEAGUE: Around forty actors tested for roles in the big-budgeted Warner Bros. tentpole movie "Justice League of America" over the weekend in Los Angeles for Director George Miller says The Hollywood Reporter.

The likes of Adam Brody, Joseph Cross, D.J. Cotrona, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Michael Angarano, Teresa Palmer, Max Thieriot, Common, Minka Kelly, Adrianne Palicki and Scott Porter all tried out at the marathon casting session.

What's most revealing though is that the names confirm that Miller is skewing very young (around mid 20's) with his cast. The director is due to present his findings to the studio midweek.

Meanwhile, "Lord of the Rings" designers WETA are reportedly designing the new Batman and Superman suits says Obsessed with Film. Cinematographer Dean Semler is set to serve as director of photography.

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Previously rumored names in the upcoming "Justice League" feature have now been confirmed.

First up 6'5" actor and part time magician Armie Hammer is set as Batman/Bruce Wayne, as is Australian model Megan Gale as Wonder Woman.

One new name mentioned is Zoe Kazan ("In the Valley of Elah") for the role of Iris Allen, wife of the second Flash Barry Allen and aunt to Wally West. There's also talk that Woody Harrelson will play the role of Barry Allen.

Meanwhile one other rumor has been thoroughly quashed. Talk sprang up on the weekend at MarketSaw that Peter Jackson and New Line have officially called a truce and that Jackson would direct a two-part film adaptation of "The Hobbit," shot in 3-D, beginning in 2009. AICN contacted Jackson's camp who thoroughly dismissed the talk, saying Jackson is keen on 3D but nothing has been settled yet on the New Line front.

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Weta Workshop will design the costumes for "Happy Feet" director George Miller's adaptation of the "Justice League" comic series reports The Dominion Post.

No budget has been announced for the long-awaited movie, which would bring together a range of superheroes including Superman, Batman, The Flash, Aquaman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern.

Barrie Osborne ("The Lord of the Rings") will produce and confirmed that it was possible Weta Digital could also be involved in the film to do the CG visual effects, but that would depend on the studio's commitments to other projects.

Production on the superhero team-up feature gets underway in Sydney, Australia shortly.

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The IESB reports that Warner Bros.' planned "Justice League" feature film project could be cancelled in spite all the pre-production work that has already taken place at Sydney's Fox Studios.

A source tells the site that "Justice League is indeed in danger of not starting production on time, and maybe even getting scrapped altogether. The concerns are that the script is not ready to go in front of cameras, and also that the budget is getting a bit out of control."

The ongoing writer's strike means script issues are proving impossible to resolve, whilst studio execs are apparently "not happy with the actors brought in to play the superheroes, calling them "mediocre" at best".

Both "Batman Begins" and "Superman Returns" directors Chris Nolan and Bryan Singer have both been against the project from early on, the only thing giving people faith so far has been acclaimed director George Miller's involvement - but is it enough?

In any case production on 'League' has now apparently been pushed back to at least April, if it's ever going to go forward at all.

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If the "Justice League" movie is going to happen, its now a lot longer off than before.

Moviehole reports that rather than mid-2008, a 2010 start date is being targeted. With the cast booked out for much of 2008 and the studio not ready with the project, such a delay is not unexpected.

The news comes as reports late last week revealed that both the Batman and Superman characters had effectively been written out of the story (the former expelled, the later killed by Doomsday) so as not to conflict with those two stand-alone franchises.

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Appearing on Sydney-based morning talk show "Sunrise" this morning, Aussie filmmaker George Miller confirmed he's no longer involved in the "Justice League" in any capacity.

According to scooper 'Steve' he says that Miller indicated that if the project does get going again, he expects that it'll be recast as "the studios seem to want bigger stars in their superhero movies now."

Miller also admits that he'd like to work with Mel Gibson on something again and while Mel doesn't want to do the Mad Max script he wrote, he hasn't given up on that possibility just yet.

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With Marvel raking in so much money from "The Avengers", it's no surprise that those at rival DC Comics can't be happy things are taking so long for their properties to come to the big screen.

Now though some movement seems to be underway with word that "Gangster Squad" scribe Will Beall has been at work on a new script based on the "Justice League" comics teaming DC's most famous heroes (Batman, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, etc.) says Variety.

Beall has yet to turn in his script, not surprising considering he's got several other scripts on the boil for the studio including the "Logan's Run" remake and the "Lethal Weapon" reboot.

George Miller was famously set to helm a "Justice League" project a few years ago starring the likes of Armie Hammer, Adam Brody and Megan Gale - however the plug was pulled on that just before shooting began and the project essentially collapsed.

The article also mentions that Michael Goldenberg ("Green Lantern," "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix") has worked on a script for a "Wonder Woman" feature, however that project remains firmly stuck in development.

As of now Chris Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" in July and Zack Snyder's "Man Of Steel" next year are the sole DC Comics features on Warners' slate for now, others like "The Flash," "Lobo" and "Spy vs. Spy" remain very much stuck in development.

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Lobo and The Flash we know about. Wonder Woman and Justice League came back to life just this week. Superman will be back next year, Batman next month. Any more for any more?

Variety are including Aquaman, Green Arrow, Suicide Squad and Shazam as all being at varying stages of development as big screen adaptations.

Shazam keeps coming around. If it really is a going concern, maybe thatís what Mr. The Rock was tweeting about?

What Warners appear to have learned from Marvel, and the success of relative unknowns like Iron Man and Thor, is that B-stringers, maybe even C-stringers, are fair game for the popcorn mill.

But what next for Green Lantern? The studio have paid for a sequel script, again to feature Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan, but thereís no green light (ahem) as yet and they may still opt for a reboot. I donít know what the market research says but Iíd guess that the brand has been tarnished somewhat, by the last movie, and theyíd better just sit back a while, maybe introduce a new Lantern in the Justice League film.

So far, not many of these movies have talent attached and those that do, they really donít have the big names that Batman, Superman and The Avengers were blessed with. Perhaps thatís the first thing to address Ė getting the exciting filmmakers interested

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With their court win over the rights to Superman behind them, Warner Bros. Pictures is wasting no time and is already said to be accelerating development of its planned "Justice League" movie.

The L.A. Times reports that Warner hopes to shoot the film next year and have it ready for release Summer 2015. The script is already well underway, the next big hurdle is attaching a director and then a cast.

The studio is taking the opposite approach of DC's main rival Marvel. While Marvel built their own standalone film series before teaming the characters for "The Avengers", Warners and DC will spin off its superheroes into their own movies following their introduction in "Justice League."

The date puts the film in direct competition with Marvel's "Avengers" sequel which is slated for May 1st 2015. 'Justice' will no doubt take a mid-late July weekend which Warners has had great success with regarding the two most recent Chris Nolan "Dark Knight" films.

We know Christian Bale isn't coming back, so the big question now is if Henry Cavill or Ryan Reynolds will reprise their Superman and Green Lantern roles respectively in 'Justice'?

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Posted: Thu Nov 29, 2012 7:26 pm Reply with quote
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt the new Batman in JUSTICE LEAGUE live action? You bet!

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Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and company will all be coming together to face off against Darkseid.

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