Is Brett Ratner Being Considered For JUSTICE LEAGUE?
Is the X-Men: The Last Stand director being considered for Warner Bros. big budget live-action Justice League? According to Superman Super Site the studio is very interested in Brett Ratner. Hit the jump to voice your opinion.
Superman Super Site is reporting that sources close to the project are hearing Brett Ratner's name being bandied about. Studio executives are said to be very interested.
"The studio is very pleased with the work that Brett [Ratner] has done as a producer and director on past projects," states our sources. "They are now very interested in seeing what he can do with helping finally bring this group of iconic superheroes to
the big screen!"
The filmmaker is best known for directing the Rush Hour franchise, starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. Justice League wouldn't be his first foray into the comic book genre as he already has X-Men: The Last Stand under his belt. Which was the follow-up to Bryan Singer's two previous film's. It was considered a disappointment among fans and critics, but nevertheless it was a huge hit at the box office, becoming the highest grossing film in the series.
One of the few hiccups in this plan is that Brett Ratner has just started pre-production on a fourth Rush Hour film.
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