More from Charles Roven and Deborah Snyder: Why it's taken WB/DC a long time to get Justice League Going
Deborah Snyder and Charles Roven discuss why it's taken to long to get Justice League off the ground. And why Nolan's Batman can't be a part of it. "It was never gonna be Christian"
While talking to SFX Deborah Snyder and Charles Roven commented on why Justice League has had such a hard time getting to the big screen and once again reiterate that Nolan's batman will never be a part of the Justice League.
SFX: "Why hasn't Justice League worked out so far?"
“Gosh, that’s a really good question. I thought that the George Miller movie was going to happen. I thought that movie was going to go, it went way down the road. They did casting. I honestly don’t know what caused Warner Bros to pull the plug on that one.”
Deb Snyder:"Nor Do I"
Charles Roven: “Like I said, we did have discussions back then and it was very clear that the Chris Nolan Dark Knight universe was its own self-contained universe and the movie of Justice League was going to have a different Batman. It was never going to be Christian.”
“But we never had a conversation where somebody said, ‘Hey guys, we’re going to pull the plug on this if you’re not going to let Christian Bale be in it.’ That conversation did not happen. So there must have been – I’m not saying that they didn’t talk about it – but I am saying that never entered our discussions and I honestly have no idea why George Miller’s movie never got made. It could have been budget, it was extremely expensive.”
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