Who knows what George Miller‘s scrapped Justice League Mortal would have looked like had it went into production. There are many different versions of why this strange superhero flick never happened, from financial difficulties to the writers’ strike, but the film would have seen one of the greatest superhero team ups facing off against a threat from Maxwell Lord, who would have been played by Jay Baruchel.
The actor recently revealed quite a bit of information surrounding the scrapped film, one of which would have seen Wonder Woman battle against a Minotaur and Superman. Check out what he had to say below.
NY WinterCon celebrates the best in sci-fi and fantasy and rolled this weekend into the Resorts World New York, located close to JFK Airport. The main attractions are the 35th anniversary reunion of Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, as well as reunions for The Warriors and the pilots of Star Wars. More than anything though, this weekend is about the fans, who were out by the bunches today, meeting and greeting their heroes and dressed in some of the most elaborate cosplay I’ve ever seen.
Warner Bros.’ Mad Max: Fury Road helped reinvigorate the Mad Max franchise with all its chrome glory. The film was praised almost unanimously by critics, but fell just a little bit short of box office expectations. Still, there are a couple of things to look forward to, like the recently announced Mad Max: Fury Road Black And Chrome Edition and now the newly rumored Mad Max: Fury Road prequel that is supposedly centered on Furiosa (Charlize Theron).
If you were looking for a reason to double dip on anything Mad Max, the Mad Max High Octane Collection and the Mad Max: Fury Road Black & Chrome Edition should be a good enough reason. The High Octane collection will have all four movies in the series, including the highly anticipated black and white version of Fury Road. The Black & Chrome Edition is only the original Fury Road and this new black and white version.
This is something that fans of the franchise have been waiting for since director George Miller said, “the best version of this movie is black and white.” Of course, this falls a little bit short of the theatrical release that it deserves, but hey, we are still getting the version of the movie the way it was meant to be seen. More details on the two collections below.
Three years after it launched DC Comics’ cinematic universe with a $668 million global box office gross, the Zack Snyder-directed Superman reboot Man of Steel is finally getting a standalone sequel, as an unnamed source familiar with the developing film at Warner Bros. told Umberto Gonzalez at The Wrap.
Plans for a sequel were changed not long after Man of Steel was released in the summer of 2013 when Snyder announced at that year’s San Diego Comic-Con that the follow-up would pit Superman against Batman. The end result, released this past March, was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which also featured the first appearance of Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, and Cyborg.