After months of going in and out of shelves, "Justice League Mortal" has been reported to be put on the back burner last April. Contrary to that, however, a new report concerning the movie about a group of superheroes from the DC Comics' universe suggested that the comic book adaptation maybe back on.
On the speculation, Moviehole.net noted that in an interview with The Daily Telegraph, director George Miller unveiled the movie was only stalled but it is still very much alive. Hinting further on the project, the helmer insisted that the film just won't be shot in Australia like what has been planned previously due to the tax revenue's problem. Nevertheless, there are no confirmation on the truth of this report yet.
Bringing the heroic story of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern and many others superheroes to life, "Justice League" allegedly has Adam Brody, Armie Hammer, Megan Gale and Common attached to it. It will be produced by Warner Bros. Pictures using the screenplay penned by Kieran Mulroney and Michele Mulroney.