After weeks of uncertain pre-production status, it is reported that the Warner Bros. Pictures' film is officially delayed for an indefinite time.
Having an uncertain status on its pre-production for weeks because of the on-going writers' strike, "Justice League of America" is officially put on hold. According to IESB.net, the news of the delay in the production was outed by their trusted source in Australia.
The decision of the delaying of the production allegedly followed the big meeting that took place on January 15. It was also reported that starting on January 17, all of the film crew will be given out an official one-week notice before being let go. Though the superheroes flick is on an indefinite hold, it is said that the movie has not been canceled. Reportedly, the on-hold situation will last at least until after the strike has been resolved.
The news of the delay of the Warner Bros. Pictures' movie followed the on-hold rumor of another superhero film "Superman: The Man of Steel". Meanwhile, "Justice League" supposedly is a film that includes some combination of DC Comics' most iconic superheroes. It should be directed by George Miller and produced by Doug Mitchell and Barrie M. Osborne.