Justice League is Dead... Again
Back in January, we reported that the much ballyhooed adaptation of George Miller's "Justice League of America" had been placed on indefinite hold by Warner Brothers, citing such issues as a terrible script, a no-name cast and a lack of tax breaks for filming in Austrailia as being the big culprits.
Then less than a month later, Aint it Cool News reported that after the WGA strike was settled, writers Kieran and Michele Mulroney were hard at work on the script and that JLA was back on track. "Yippie!!" said the uber-geeks with multiple exclamation marks.
But hold on there, Poindexter. Now comes news from Producer Joel Silver himself at a press junket that the superhero live-action flick is back to being dead again - or as close to dead as a film can be - and has been "tabled." This last rumor has been echoed by both IESB and CHUD, as well as the Superman Homepage who all say the same thing.
So there you have it. Unless there is yet another miraculous reincarnation of this quagmire of an action flick, we'll be happy to stick a fork in it and call it done.
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