Justice League Movie Officially On Hold!

Word is coming in this afternoon from our friends at IESB that the Justice League movie is being put on hold by the studio.

There source, who is said to work on the crew, said that a large meeting took place yesterday on the film’s Australia production site. The studio has given employees a one week notice, which is a customary practice in Australian filmmaking.

From where I am sitting, this is actually good news. The way this production was going, with casting and decisions about how the film would be shot, along with how the film would be completely unrelated to the current Batman and Superman franchises, all lead me to believe that George Miller and his crew were not churning out a product that would delight fans — rather, many people were a little upset by all the goings on. We are interested to hear what you have to say in the “Sound Off” section below. We will certainly keep you updated.

Talking Point: What do you think caused the indefinite hold that was put on the Justice League flick?

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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