Murmurs on the internets of renewed activity on that proposed JLA film. MTV has hints from the man who would be Flash, Ryan Reynolds:

Ryan Reynolds says “The Flash” may yet live. It just might not be in the superhero’s own film first. Just hours ago, our own Shawn Adler peppered the oft-rumored star of “The Flash” about his association with the DC comics speedster and here’s what Reynolds said: “‘The Flash’ isn’t dead at all. There’s talk of it being a JLA movie, the Justice League having them all together. And then there’s other talk of doing a ‘Flash’ movie with [director] Shawn Levy.”

The SciFi newswire has even more concrete rumors from

Kiernan and Michele Mulroney’s script has been warmly received at Warner Brothers, and the studio is envisioning the movie as a launching pad for others movies based on the Flash, Wonder Woman, the Green Lantern and Aquaman, as well as a shot in the arm for the Superman franchise, the site reported, citing anonymous studio sources. The studio wants to start production on Justice League as soon as the first quarter of 2008 for a summer 2009 release, the site reported. That calls into question the timing of an expected sequel to Superman Returns, which is expected to be called The Man of Steel.


  1. i wish sony plctures had the rights to dc comics, there’s a lot less talk and more action when it comes to making superhero movies. dc has so many heros that deserve to be known and up on the silver screen. batman and superman has had enough spotlight, are they the only superheros to come out of dc that are worthy

  2. hey warner bros, why don’t you contact sony pictures to learn how to make a multi-superhero movie, after all they are the only leaders, you can’t seem to do anything but talk, you’ve made to many batman and superman movies. try going to aa. get a real life, try a new thing, better yet sell your rights to dc comics to sony pictures, or even better yet to marvel studios, at least they believe in trying movies of more than just two super heros, you guys are retarded’

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