Bring out again hopes to see "Justice League of America" as a live-action feature, folks for now comes an update from IESB.net that the project will remain so amid the heavy talks about it being made motion-capture CG.
Admitting that its previous scoop about a CGI "Justice League" was a major overstatement, the site has claimed that pic turns out to only set to use motion capture pretty much like every effect-laden movie do these days. The technique reportedly will be heavily applied for the OMACs, the underwater sequences and such.
Wait, there's more coming from IESB about the flick and this is a rather bigger, hotter one as it boldly states that Tom Welling, who plays Clark Kent in TV series "Smallville", has been approached for the role of Superman in the film. Despite denial coming from the show creator's Alfred Gough, the site is confident that the actor "in fact is a go on the WB side", having triple checked the tidbit out and re-checked with their reliable sources.
Regarding the production of "Smallville" which is supposed to go through around April, IESB further informed that the series' crews are even willing to work around whatever Welling's schedule may be in their support for their small screen superhero to make the jump to theaters. As for whether plans on "Justice League" will affect Warner Bros.' "Superman" and "Batman" franchise, the site assured that both of them are going to continue as scheduled since "Justice" will have its own storyline and universe, similar to what DC Comics has carried out lately in the animated world with the characters.