The lovely Teresa Palmer is probably as unversed as the rest of us when it comes to”Justice League of America” – Warner’s likes to play their cards as close to their chests as an X-Men mutant – but she tells The Herald Sun that she’s still raring to go, and as excited as ever, if the superhero project does get back up.
Though she has “No idea” when or if it’ll happen, the “Bedtime Stories” star tells The Herald-Sun she does “hope it comes off”.
For the first time Palmer also confirmed her rumoured casting of villainous Talia Al Ghul.
”I was going to be playing a villain, which would be so exciting and totally different from anything I’ve done before. And with George Miller, an Aussie icon. Plus, I’m good friends with Megan [Gale], it would be so brilliant for her to be cast as Wonder Woman. Fingers crossed it will happen.”"
George Miller is said to be still attached to direct the project, and his reps have stated that his company is still very much working on it, but Warner Bros’ have also revealed in numerous interviews that they’re going to wait a while before teaming up Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash and The Green Lantern.
Palmer and “Justice League” co-stars Megan Gale and Adam Brody (“The OC”) spent quite a bit of time in Australia earlier this year – prepping for the flick; being fitted for their costumes and so on – but were told they were ”free to go” when Warner pulled the pin on the project at the 11th hour.
In related news, Palmer’s looking to reunite with her “2:37″ director Mullari K.Thalluri on a project. More details here.