Although I'm optimistic that it can be done, I'll just say that ALL the stars will need to be in alignment to produce a quality film that will make money.
Jason Motes at (See on sciencefiction.com) wrote an interesting article regarding the anticipated Justice League movie and the prospect of Christopher Nolan and Christian Balebeing involved. I just wanted to add my two cents about this and a JL movie in general.
I think a new Justice League movie is not dependent on using established works of Team Nolan/Bale or “Nale”. A truly good, not even great, JL movie would depend on a LOT of things going right. Frankly, if there is going to be a JL movie “done right”, I don’t see it happening before 2016. If Warner Bros. does not use the Marvel/Paramount model with a steady build up of individual successes over about five years, they need to figure out an equally effective long-term strategy.
The DC Comics Universe has a plethora of great stories to take from. Superman: Man of Steel seems to be the most logical place to start. I like the idea of replacing the Hal Jordan Green Lantern with John Stewart. But, I won’t go down the laundry list of what I think Warner Brothers should do. Although I’m optimistic that it can be done, I’ll just say that ALL the stars will need to be in alignment to produce a quality film that will make money. It will definitely be a huge challenge for the studio and whoever will be tapped to write and direct this film.
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