Although the cast is all still only rumor, as soon as some hunky young actors do get cast in the JUSTICE LEAGUE movie, Weta, the NZ-based SPF house, will be making the skin-tight costumes:

Weta Workshop’s involvement in another blockbuster movie has been unmasked – the physical effects studio has beaten Hollywood to design and make the costumes for superheroes including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and The Flash.

The costumes will be donned by a yet-to-be-named cast for the big-budget Hollywood movie Justice League of America, to be filmed in Sydney this year and directed by Australian George Miller of Mad Max and Happy Feet fame.

The film’s Wellington-based American producer, Barrie Osborne, who produced Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings, confirmed Weta Workshop’s involvement.

“They are doing all the costumes and they’re doing a brilliant job,” he told The Dominion Post from Sydney.

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  1. I’m looking forward to the designs for the OMACs. That ought to be neat. Plus it’ll be nice to see their takes on the Batman costume… I wonder if the JLA will don armor similar to what Alex Ross has designed for his “Justice” series…

    Any word yet on if Sam Neill’s been cast as lead troublemaker, Maxwell Lord?