In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, in which he’s largely [and understandably] quizzed about Megan ‘Wonder Woman’ Gale’s acting ability (“She got the job because she blitzed her screen test. I mean, I had no idea she was so good”), “Justice League of America” director George Miller reveals that the film is indeed still happening – it just won’t film down under as planned.
Miller says the stalled project – which he seems to think is going to happen early next year – will head offshore.
And from the sounds of it, Megan Gale – don’t know about the rest of the attached cast (see below) – is still on board to be his Amazonian Princess.
Before the film was postponed/canceled/tabled earlier this year, Common (“Wanted”) was attached to play The Green Lantern, Adam Brody (“The OC”) was The Flash, Arnie Hammer (“Desperate Housewives”) was to be Batman, Teresa Palmer (“December Boys”) was Talia al Ghul, and Jay Baruchel (“Knocked Up”) was villain Max Lord. I’m thinking they might need to biggen their names come ’09, right? especially if they wanna do anywhere near the business – ha! – of “The Dark Knight”.