Well it's the best news I've heard in a very long time especially since the latest leaks on JLA have been rather craptacular! I think it's time to admit it Superman Returns was a mistake, and Dan, and Mike are just as much to blame on the movie sucking as it did as the director Bryan Singer, and the cast of monkeys who were given top dollar to act like fools, and not fool anyone in their role.
Nobody bought Brandon Routh as Superman/Clark Kent, and if you like his version of Superman/Clark Kent then your fucking retarded! And I mean that in the meanest way possible!
Seriously any grown man who says Brandon "Was awesome" is just retarded. This is a big step in the right direction, and now we will wait until Singer parts ways, and then the WB announces Tom Welling as the JLA, and new Superman for the big screen.
Once we get that then the ship will get corrected... Anyway check out the article over at Variety.
Story by: Variety
By MARC GRASER
Superman needs some ideas for what his next adventure might be.
"Superman Returns" scribes Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris have opted not to come back and pen a sequel to the 2006 summer pic that would have reunited them with helmer Bryan Singer. The three also worked together on "X2: X-Men United."
As a result, WB is now taking pitches for Supe's next outing from other scribes -- just as the studio is trying to figure out which actor will don the character's tights in "Justice League."
Industry chatter claimed the studio would start fresh with a new take on the Man of Steel, as if the previous pic never happened.
Reasons mentioned were the introduction of Superman's son with Lois Lane, as well as the film's less-than-expected domestic haul of $200 million and another $191 million overseas.
New pic also will up the action quotient, however -- something Singer promised fanboys at last year's Comic-Con in San Diego.
Dougherty and Harris are pursuing more directing gigs, with Dougherty having recently completed "Trick 'R Treat" at WB as his first pic. He's also looking to pen a graphic novel and children's book.