After the huge success of "Avengers" this decision of rival studio Warner Bros. was only a matter of time. "Justice League" may be also appear on the big screen - the film has found a new writer. Before the company was trying to approach conceived in 2008, but the project was shelved. Now, however, is clearly the priorities have changed, and the movie is in companyâ€™s plans.
Justice League - a team of superheroes publisher DC Comics, which includes Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Flash, and other characters. For the first time this team has appeared in comics in 1960. Since then, the League has created many cartoons and even a TV movie (who was the pilot episode of the series of planned).
In 2007, the studio Warner Bros. wanted to adapt the story to the big screen. Project has been connected to the creator of "Mad Max" and the animated film "Happy Feet" George Miller. Among the actors in the "League" had to participate, Adam Brody (Flash), rapper Common (Green Lantern), Armie Hammer (Batman) and Megan Gale (Wonder Woman).
However, the text of the tape is constantly corresponded, in addition, layered writers' strike and the lack of evidence on tax incentives (surveys were to be held in Australia), and eventually all of the above led to froze the project.
Since then, the League somehow was forgotten. But during this time Marvel launched a massive attack on the audience, producing two tapes per year and securing the line of its monumental paintings, "Avengers", which became one of the highest-grossing film in history.
While it is unknown whether the development of an entirely new picture, or in the case involving old developments. The script for the "League" will write, Will Bill, he is responsible for the text of the strip by Ruben Fleischer "Hunters in the gangsters', also developed on the Warner Bros. In addition, the writer is working on a remake of "Logan's Getaway" and reboot "Lethal Weapon."
The latest fruit of collaboration Warner and DC Comics is a film about "Green Lantern", unfortunately, have not justified the hopes of commercial and cool adopted by the critics. But among the future joint projects of publishers and studios is the new film by Christopher Nolan's Batman and the "Man of Steel," Zack Snyder.