It looks like there's more trouble for the Justice League movie, as there is a report over at Badassdigest.com, saying that Warner Bros. is not happy with the script Will Beall wrote for the project, and that they are now looking for a new writer. Here is what the report had to say about Will Beall's Justice League script:
"I've now heard from multiple sources that the Will Beall script for Justice League has been scrapped. The story from each source is the same: it's terrible. Some sources seem to think the whole movie is going to fall apart and never happen, while some believe that Warner Bros will keep moving forward, unwilling to lose the superhero arms race.
Beall's script supposedly includes Darkseid and a heavy cosmic threat. But the script has been half-baked from the beginning, with reports saying that heroes (beyond the core five of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and Green Lantern) have been cut and added from the proceedings seemingly at studio executive will. The latest word was that Warner Bros, experiencing real cold feet, had decided to wait until The Man of Steel to really move forward, but it's possible that moving forward now will mean a whole new script."
It looks like the future of the Justice League movie may rest on the performance of Man of Steel this summer. But it's looking more likely that we won't be seeing a Justice League movie for awhile at least.
You can check out the full article about this story over at Badassdigest.com
Posted by Dane Haji