‘Justice League Dark’ Sets Stage For Production In 2016; Producer Scott Rudin Joins The Project
When it was announced that the famous director Guillermo del Toro, won’t be directing the upcoming “Justice League Dark” movie, currently titled, “Dark Universe,” fans were disappointed. But now, reports have made it clear that Warner Bros. will start the project in 2016. Read On!
Hollywood Reporter previously reported that Guillermo del Toro, who is currently busy with gothic horror “Crimson Peak” and “Pacific Rim” has left the project. According to reports, the 57-years-old American producer, Scott Rudin is finally attached with the project.
Tracking Board also reported that del Toro will still serve as the producer of the film and the rest of the team will not be changed as for now. The film’s plot has been kept under the closet but there are rumors that the film will swirl around few ancient tomes stolen by madman hellbent that will destroy the humanity.
Screen Rant also reported that Warner Bros. will take “Dark Universe” as its priority because of the buzz that has been created by the starring of Will Smith in “Suicide Squad.”
When it comes to movies on Superheroes, Warner Bros. never leaves any loose ends, at the same time the studio tries to bring different version of the superheroes to create the buzz. With “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Warner Bros. will bring the two most loved superheroes on the screen for the first time. With, “Suicide Squad,” the team will bring all the antagonists of the DC world fighting against a darker danger.
Now, with “Dark Universe,” Warner Bros. will be bringing the magical world of DC Universe. Besides this, with “Dark Universe,” fans can see a new cinematic version of John Constantine.
Warner Bros. will start filming the “Dark Universe” somewhere in 2016. Apparently, there is no release date for the same, but we are hoping that after “Justice League,” which is scheduled for November 17, 2017, we won’t have to wait for longer to see the possible sequel.
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