We heard mention that Warner Bros. is planning on a Justice League movie come 2013, with mention of a script even in the works.
Then we heard that Zack Snyder's Superman will not be involved as, "What they’ll do with Justice League will be it’s own thing," stated Snyder.
We also know that Nolan's Batman will not be a part, as the Caped Crusader will get reinvented - with Nolan onboard Justice League as producer.
Now at the CinemaCon, held in Las Vegas, Ryan Reynolds star of the upcoming Green Lantern movie, stated that, as of right now, Justice League has nothing to do with him.
“That’s a whole other conversation. That’s a whole business model and nothing to do with me at all,” Reynolds the LA Times Hero Complex. “No one has ever approached me about doing a ‘Justice League’ movie. We’ll see if they do it in the long run.”
Jeff Robinov, Warner Bros. new studio president, was the one to first mention the Justice League movie. Let's hope he didn't jump the gun - and that, eventually, Warner Bros. will get this to come together the way Marvel Studios has with their Thor, Captain America, Iron Man and The Avengers line of movies.
If Warner Bros. does go ahead with a big budget JL movie, and if there are different Supermen and Green Lanterns flying around (GL2 is in the works) - it's going to look ridiculous.