You might remember sometime in 2007 DC Comics announced there was a Justice League movie in the works, and it was going to hit the big screens in 2009. The time came, and I heard nothing about the movie. I did some research and found out that the movie had been cancelled. I was distraught. I never really knew the reason for the cancellation.
Not long ago, DC Comics announced that they would be releasing two Justice League movies in 2017 and 2019. The studio was starting again from scratch. I always wondered why.
The answer to this question is about to be answered, as Australian director, Ryan Unicomb is set to direct a documentary that would shed light on what the film would have been like. Tentatively titled, Miller’s Justice League Mortal, the documentary will be produced by Aaron Carter and Steven Caldwell.
According to Unicomb, “We wanted to get the story out there to help us to gauge interest. I have always been fascinated with the project, which would be in the same vein as 2013’s Jodorowsky’s Dune and this year’s The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened?”
The previous film had cast Common (Green Lantern), Santiago Cabrera (Aquaman), Teresa Palmer (Talia Al Ghul), Zoe Kasan (Iris Allen), Hugh Keays-Byrne (Martian Manhunter) and Jay Baruchel (Maxwell Lord).
No official release date has been announced for the documentary’s release yet.