Well, it happened. Last week, Entertainment Weekly said that the deadline for whether or not Warner Bros was going to go ahead with the Justice League movie was Wednesday.
Here we are, Thursday morning, and we know for sure. The production has been put on indefinite hold.
The Brothers Warner are citing that the lack of tax breaks was the problem. Oh, and the script. Oh, and the writer’s strike. Sure, that all sounds good on paper, but we know exactly what’s going on. It’s fairly obvious that WB (and the rest of the Internet) wasn’t happy with the High School Musical like cast. Even Christopher Nolan was making it known that he was not happy with this film competing with his Batman.
But the project isn’t cancelled…it’s on hold. After the WGA strike is over, I’m sure they can do another few cracks at the script, and make it better.
And then it would be nice to trade in the cast of The Hills for a cast that most of us would like.