It’s being reported that DC Films is now trying to convince J.J. Abrams to direct a new Multiverse Justice League movie.
This report comes to us from the good folks at Geekosity and they are claiming that this will be part of the upcoming HamadaVerse.
We already knew that Bad Robot – Abrams’ production company – was working on upcoming DC Films projects.
They’re making the upcoming Justice League Dark series and the black Superman movie.
It seems as though Walter Hamada – President of DC Films – wants Bad Robot to do even more work for them.
I already revealed in a previous article that the HamadaVerse was going to be very much tied to Bad Robot.
It’s Walter Hamada’s big plan. He believes that Abrams and Bad Robot can save the DCEU.
Now, he might end up being right.
However, the fact that DC Films still believes that they cannot do the Bad Robot DC Comics movies and continue the SnyderVerse at the same time is just a bit silly to me.
Anyway, Mikey Sutton, the owner and Editor of Geekosity, is now claiming that DC Films wants Abrams to direct a Justice League movie.
DC Films’ Walter Hamada wants J.J. Abrams to make a Multiverse Justice League film
This movie would be a new team and would include the likes of Robert Pattinson’s Batman and whoever will be cast as the Calvin Ellis version of Superman.
Here’s what Mikey had to say on the matter:
No line-up for this multiverse Justice League has been selected yet; it’s way too early. Nevertheless, sources said to expect members of the next generation of DC superheroes like Blue Beetle, Hourman, Zatanna, and Ellis. DC Films is hoping to include Robert Pattinson’s Batman although his solo films will have no reference to this group.
Mikey also went on to add that his insiders revealed to him that this Multiverse Justice League movie was, “inspired by writer Grant Morrison and artist Ivan Reis’ The Multiversity comic book.”
I have to say, that’s a good source of inspiration.
However, will this Multiverse Justice League movie end up being a winner with the DCEU fans?
I’m not so sure, especially after WarnerMedia Studios’ CEO, Ann Sarnoff, basically labelled all Snyder fans as “toxic”.
What do you make of this report?
Would you like to see this J.J. Abrams made Multiverse Justice League movie?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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