DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. had high hopes in bringing together all of the cinematic versions of the DC Comics heroes for Justice League. This was their answer to Marvel’s Avengers flicks, which are two of the highest-grossing movies of all time. They even brought Avengers writer/director Joss Whedon in to finish the movie up due to original director Zach Snyder having to bow out before filming completed due to the unfortunate death of his daughter.
But alas, no one really went to see it. It only made $94 million at the box-office here in the US. It cost $300 million to make. Ouch. This probably means we’re not going to get that Matter-Eater Lad trilogy. Continue reading
Zack Snyder was in charge of directing and co-writing Justice League, the upcoming all-the-superheroes follow-up to the not-so-great Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Principal photography has finished filming on Justice League, and it’s currently in post-production. However, Zack Snyder isn’t able to finish it and he told The Hollywood Reporter that he and his wife Deborah Snyder, who is a producer on the film, are leaving it to deal with the death of their daughter.