Treat this as a mere RUMOR for now, but (supposedly) according to a source close to the production, studio executives kicked around the idea of what villains to use to terrify the JLA. Follow the jump to check it out!
The brilliant director who has made such classics as Hellboy & Pan's Labyrinth, spoke at the Los Angeles Times Hero Complex Festival recently to discuss many topics, but also touched on Heaven Sent (Justice League Dark) Hit the jump to have a look at what Mr. Del Toro had to say!
DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns refuses to comment on the rumoured Justice League movie, but does share his thoughts on how Arrow has opened up the possibility of more small screen adaptations and hints at plans for characters like Green Lantern and Wonder Woman on the big screen!
Says he has "no idea" what's going on with the superhero ensemble.
They say that the Dark Knight Trilogy cannot exist in the new DC Comics Movie Universe. I say not only is it possible, it's necessary and make a tremendous amount of sense.
With the massive success of The Avengers under his belt, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige was asked what advice he would give to Warner Bros. on their planned adaptation of DC Comics' Justice League.
Everyone's got their own ideas for how DC can get their movies out of the gutter. Here's mine.
Liveforfilms.com have revealed a possible plot for the upcoming Justice League film. While not a confirmed plot this is a huge rumor and could be huge spoilers if the rumors are true. Hit the jump to have a look.
The top 5 news stories of the week. Marvel confirms Daredevil's back home, first trailer for Thor: The Dark World, Zack Snyder talks Justice League, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch in The Avengers 2 and more.
During the DC Comics panel at C2E2, DC's VP Marketing John Cunningham was asked about the rumored Justice League movie and a potenital Wonder Woman movie. Click to find more out.
Earlier today, David S. Goyer participated in a live chat on Reddit in which he discussed several comic book movies, such as: Man Of Steel, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Wonder Woman, and Justice League.
In the latest issue of Empire Magazine, director Zack Snyder confirms that if Man of Steel is a box office success and Warner Bros. decides to make a Justice League film, he'll be asked to direct. Reading between the lines, that means Justice League fans need to $upport Man of Steel.
Another day, another Justice League rumor -- but this one stems from a direct quote from Gangster Squad director Ruben Fleischer, who seems to think Man Of Steel helmer already has the gig! Read on for details.
Armie Hammer caught up with Collider earlier today to talk about his upcoming film The Lone Ranger and of course the Justice League got mentioned, Armie gives his thoughts about the film, hit the jump to have a look!
Has Warner Bros. finally locked down a director for their troubled DC team up flick? Just a Tweet from a reliable source on this so far, but click on to see what a "little bird" apparently told AMC's John Campea..
More quotes on the future of DC film adaptations are here, revealing that an announcement will be made "in the next several weeks" and that Man Of Steel will indeed influence other movies. Additionally, it has been confirmed that Christopher Nolan has no involvement with Justice League.
WB Film President Jeff Robinov doesn't mince words when talking about what Man of Steel means for the studio's superhero plans moving forward. Says Man of Steel allows other characters to be introduced into Superman's world.
Latino Review's El Mayimbe just appeared as a guest on the Schmoes Know Movies podcast to drop a Justice League scoop.. Unfortunately the "scoop" was actually an update on the movie's progress, and one that fans will not be happy with! UPDATED with video.
D.J. Cotrona (G.I. Joe: Retaliation) talks more about not starring as Superman in WB's canned Justice League: Mortal, revealing new details for the "god-like" suit that he was going to wear and that his relationship with Batman in the ensemble was "the one I always wanted to see."
Vadakin continues his exploration of what would make successful transitions of characters from the Justice League into their own films. In this article excerpt he turns his attention to the Martian Manhunter.