Having just , Warner Bros. Entertainment seems to be really careful when it comes to giving a green light to a new project. In an article about the company's new CEO Kevin Tsujihara and movie division chief Jeff Robinov, Variety highlights the studio's long-gestating "" project which apparently is in danger of not seeing the light of day unless the studio's upcoming DC film, "", is proven successful on box office.
Set on the order of rival movie Marvel's "", the "JLA" project has long been developed but still hasn't found its director. Will Beall has been tapped to provide the script. In its article, Variety notes that Warners "has not been able to effectively exploit the DC library" other than Christopher Nolan's "" trilogy. Its previous DC project, "", was underperformed.