It also seems that Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s role in the upcoming “Justice League” film have been “greatly exaggerated,” Tilly puts it. Levitt put down the story in a recent interview with MTV, saying, “I don’t think you should believe in any of the rumors. If there’s something I’m going to be in, I’m going to tell you about it.”
And the rumor right now on the plate is that Warner Bros. is toying around with the idea of another reboot of the “Batman” series. “According to batmanonfilm.com, Warner Bros. is waiting to see how the ‘Justice League’ movie does before going ahead,” Tilly says. “Meaning the Dark Knight’s next solo film won’t hit screens until 2017 at the earliest.”
Warner Bros. recently got off the massive success of the Christopher Nolan-created “Dark Knight Trilogy”, starting with “Batman Begins” and ending with the monumental “The Dark Knight Rises” this past summer. The films had an all-star cast including Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Michael Caine as butler Alfred, and Liam Neeson as Ra’s al Ghul, the leader of the League of Shadows. Of course, the “Dark Knight Trilogy” was what started the recent fad—and annoyance—of constantly rebooting and remaking franchises and films.
For more information, check out Chris Tilly’s video for IGN.