Well true believers it looks like the super duo of Nolan and Bale are the only forces strong enough to get the Justice League movie back into production. We all know the rousing failures that Warner has suffered with bringing their characters to the screen.
Examiner still thinks Green Lantern wasn't that bad but it could have been a lot better. Well now the pencil pushers that run the place decided that even with Fanboy favorite Zack Snyder at the helm of the new Superman flick which promises to be pretty spectacular, they want some extra insurance before really letting go of the purse strings to get the JLA project going.
Enter the one man that helmed the re-invention of one of D.C.'s holy trinity. Chris Nolan, the mastermind behind the Dark Knight franchise. The films made billions of dollars worldwide and because of that success Warner Bros has been rumored to want him to become the "Guru" of all of their D.C. comic based films. However there's one small caveat, he doesn't want to do it.
Nolan has said in the past that he doesn't want to take that big apart in the creative process of the films. However he is producing the Superman film this summer. They also want Snyder to direct the JLA movie. Makes sense especially if his Superman does as well as expected. Nolan would also come with an additional proven commodity in his utility belt as well.
Christen Bale has said the only way he would don the black cowl again would be if Nolan was in charge and of course a truckload of cash. He would probably be the center of the plot as well due to the prior success of the trilogy and the mythos of the comic books , Bats being the "brains" of the J.L.A. If Superman is as big as expected they would also have two parts of the trinity covered as well.
Yahoo! Is everybody sufficiently stoked? Well allow Examiner to take just a bit of the wind out of your collective sails for a minute and play Devil's Advocate. Let's stand back and look at what's really been the driving force behind Nolan's and the D.K. franchise's success, it's realism.
Examiner would like to ask its readers how well will Nolan's realistic and gritty edge fare with an Intergalactic Policeman, an Amazonian Warrior princess, a man that can run faster than the speed of light and let's not forget Martian Manhunter and the King of the seas as well?
His touch of genuine reality is going to felt in the Superman movie but only to a degree, after all we are talking about one of the powerful beings in the Universe so realism can only go so far.
Keep reading and Examiner will keep you posted. Up, up and awayyyyyyyyyyyy!