David S. Goyer Is STILL "Not Sure" About A Possible JUSTICE LEAGUE Movie
In the following interview, screenwriter David S. Goyer reiterates Christopher Nolan's approach of creating a "cohesive universe" for Batman and Superman to exist separately in, and shares his thoughts on whether he would be interested in working on a Justice League movie.
"I don’t know, honestly. I go back and forth," Man of Steel screenwriter David S. Goyer told Collider when they visited the set of the movie in 2011 and asked him if he would be interested in working on Justice League. Of course, we have since heard that the success of Zack Snyder's reboot will more than likely decide the fate of that superhero ensemble becoming a reality, so the plan to continue making DC superhero movies where they each live in their own universes may be about to change. "I mean, I think that on Batman and Superman, Chris has taken a different approach. I love the Marvel films and they’re really fun, but he’s definitely taken a different approach so far, which is that each of these movies is its own cohesive universe and at least with Batman it seems to have worked out. So, I don’t know. I’m not sure. I think it would depend with who. This has been a dream experience, so it’s hard to imagine it getting better than this, maybe it could be." Unfortunately, we're unlikely to hear more about Justice League until the cast and crew start doing press for Man of Steel over the next few weeks. If this movie is indeed a success however, it seems fair to say that some sort of official announcement will be made at Comic Con and that THIS movie will indeed be Warner Bros.' Iron Man.
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