April 24, 2008 03:33:45 GMT
Following the report on the shelving of 'Justice League Mortal', latest report goes even further suggesting that the film is now dead.
Following the earlier news stating that "Justice League Mortal" has been shelved for the second time, the updated report on the matter got even grimmer as many suggested that it is not unlikely that the superheroes flick may never see a light again. Sources close to the film allegedly claimed that the George Miller's action adventure is "dead".
Reporting on the news, IESB stated that when they were looking for confirmation on the delaying of the movie based on the Marvel comic, a movie executive working close to the film let out suggestive statement saying, "yes, it's dead." Supporting that, a report came from Superman Homepage noted that an anonymous source implied the same tone. "It's a pity, there was a lot of good stuff in it - stuff that would've been fairly new to the screen...but also some not so good stuff... so who knows...," so claimed the source.
Earlier, the remark of the tabling of the film supposedly starred by Adam Brody and Common was said to be outed by producer Joel Silver at the press junket for "Speed Racer". At the time, it was explained that there is a chance that "Justice League" is still going to be made in the future. However, up to date, Warner Bros. Pictures have yet to come out with statement neither confirming nor rejecting the speculation that seems to begin to hyphen by the minutes.