Rumored George Miller May Be Producing ‘Justice League

For any DC Comics fan out there who has been edgy to see Justice League on the large screen for a little while now, you most likely realize that Mad Max: Fury Road executive George Miller attempted to get the superhero gathering off the ground years prior. The film would have highlighted Armie Hammer as Batman, Common as Green Lantern, and Adam Brody as the Flash, and a narrative will soon uncover more about it. Unfortunately, the undertaking slowed down on account of the Writer’s Guild strike at the time, and it never recuperated.

Recently, George Miller was rumored to be in the running to direct Man of Steel 2 (which he later said wasn’t in the cards), as well as Justice League Dark. So there’s always a chance that the studio was able to convince him to come on board this huge comic book property, knowing the wonders he worked on Mad Max: Fury Road, which took home a slew of Oscars last night (even though Best Director wasn’t one of them).

This should just be considered a rumor for now, but if it turns out to be true, then Justice League should have no problem living up to fan expectations. However, that’s assuming that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice lays strong enough groundwork to make a the superhero team-up work. We don’t know how the film has turned out just yet, but we do know how it’s tracking at the box office.

Tickets for Batman v Superman are on sale today, and Deadline reports the film is currently looking at snagging somewhere between $100-$140 million in its opening weekend. That’s not a bad haul for a blockbusters at all, however, the film is apparently tracking a little less than the studio was initially expecting, especially for an Easter weekend. Those expectations put it below the March opening weekend record holder, The Hunger Games, which landed $152 million in its first weekend.

After advanced ticket sales are counted today, Warner Bros. will probably have a better idea of what kind of numbers they’ll be looking at. Previously, Man of Steel took in $116 million in its opening weekend, but one would think that a movie with Batman and Superman fighting each other on the big screen for the first time should have no problem beating that. But since trailers and clips have been divisive among fans, it may not be as big of a hit as once thought.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice arrives March 25 and Justice League: Part One arrives November 17, 2017.

 

 

 

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The Title for Justice League Might Have a Villain Easter Egg.

So we all know Zack Snyder will have a Justic League Part one release date Since the year of November 2014, but according to a few sources it was announced that they will begin filming on April 11 of 2016 and as with many other blockbusters. For something as well known as the Justice League, that is particularly important, and evidently the working title they’ve decided for the very expected superhero film is an odd one: Caveman

   

While posting throwing data for Justice League: Part One in London, Acting-Auditions recorded the blockbuster as being marked “Caveman.” These false titles don’t generally have anything to do with the motion picture’s plot, however even thus, picking Caveman as the working title for a motion picture about DC’s greatest legends collaborating is an odd decision. In any case, on the off chance that we accept that Caveman was decided for a particular reason as opposed to simply haphazardly selected of the lexicon, there might be a key hint covered up

.In spite of the fact that the DCEU is obviously anticipating Darkseid’s intro, a few bits of gossip have said that he won’t appear until 2019’s Justice League: Part Two, surrendering it over to another scoundrel to unite the League. Vandal could unquestionably fill that part and present a danger to the whole world. All things considered, he at present is being played by Casper Crump on The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow, and the DC motion picture and TV divisions infrequently get the chance to share characters. Be that as it may, if Crump’s Savage gets murdered off in the not so distant future, then Savage could without much of a stretch be conveyed to the extra large screen, if this is in reality what’s being arranged. Consequently, Caveman.

With Justice League: Part One still very nearly two years away, very little has been uncovered about its plot. All we know for certain is it will authoritatively bring Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Cyborg and perhaps Green Lantern together to fight an obscure danger. Hours after the important photography date was reported, executive Zack Snyder posted a photograph with him and Aquaman on-screen character Jason Momoa in a room loaded with costumes and props, and until more information and pictures are discharged, that will need to hold us over for some time. Justice League: Part One, a.k.a. Caveman, is coming out on November 17, 2017The justice league first