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The 'Man of Steel' director hints that his Superman franchise will likely take part in the 'JLA' project since it's the first DC film that is currently set at Warner Bros. Pictures.
Despite mixed up reports suggesting that he's not interested to helm the 'Avengers'-like film called 'Heaven Sent', del Toro hints that the project is actually something he 'would love to do.'
Warner Bros. Pictures already has the 'JLA' script in the works and aims to kick off filming in 2013 before possibly releasing the film in the same season when 'Avengers' sequel opens nationwide.
Rumor has it, Hammer is back to the top of Warner Bros. Pictures' wishlist after the studio sees him as a hot commodity following his performances in some recent hit films.
Rumor has it, Warner Bros. Pictures is toying around with the idea to bring the burly intergalactic bounty hunter to the DC superhero ensemble movie.
Rumor has it, a rebooted version of the Caped Crusader will be introduced in the upcoming DC superhero ensemble movie before the character gets its own new solo film.
Rumor has it, the Wachowskis are Warner Bros. Pictures' second choice after Ben Affleck confirmed he's not interested to helm the DC film project.
'Justice League sounds really exciting, but it's not something I'm working on,' Affleck claims, clarifying previous reports that he's courted to helm the DC superhero ensemble movie.
Words are, the 'Argo' actor/director is Warner Bros. Pictures' favorite to helm the superhero ensemble film and he's expected to begin the discussion with the studio in the coming days.
'Over the next month or so, we'll be ready to lay out the plan for the next DC movies,' so Warners' film group President teases about the plan.
The studio has hired 'Gangster Squad' screenwriter Will Beall to provide the script for the long-gestating DC Comics' superhero ensemble movie project.
Report says soon-to-be WB president Jeff Robinov is aiming to release 'Justice League' in the next two years.