Is the Justice League Dead?

Last time…on The Continuing Saga of The Justice League Movie Updates

Our heroes Green Lantern, The Flash, and Geeky-Glasses-Wearing-Director-Man (played this week by George Miller) were at the bottom of a bottomless pit, surrounded by three hundred machine gun-wielding maniacs and without the precious Australian tax breaks they needed to climb out and save the day…

This time…on The Continuing Saga of The Justice League Movie Updates

They’re all dead.

According to CHUD, a quick conversation with Joel Silver revealed that Justice League: Mortal had been “tabled”. Of course, that’s a euphemism for “dead” or “mostly dead” or “will be released in 2011 with a new name”. My question is – does Joel Silver really have the inside scoop on the film? I suppose I’m a little skeptical about the movie really being tabled.

We here at FSR have been pretty brutal about the film since the first cast list appeared, but I hope that the internet isn’t the reason for it’s tabling. More likely is the development troubles they’ve had so far. There’s only so much a production team can take before deciding to take a break and come back.

Which may be a great thing.

With some fresh perspective, some different names on the call sheet, and a little more work, this movie could be an exciting project. A really exciting one.

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