Now word comes directly from the director of Mad Max: Fury Road that he isn’t directing Man of Steel 2, but George Miller does confirm talks with DC.
“We didn’t use CG because we don’t defy the laws of gravity [in the movie]”, says Miller. I was gonna do the Justice League movie that fell through in 2009… the planets didn’t align for that one.
The improvements in cameras also meant that Miller could get closer to the action without actually having to be there which was a relief on a movie that doesn’t really have a moment where something wasn’t on fire. “Not a fault of anybody’s fault except a new Australian govenment wasn’t agile enough with their rebates. Fury Road” director George Miller revealed that rumors about his involvement with “Man of Steel 2” are “probably not true” during an interview with Digital Spy. I’ve always been interested. While Miller praises Snyder and DC Comics in general, it appears as if he’s keen to work on something a little smaller after the stunt heavy Mad Max movie starring Tom Hardy (which he teases has two possible sequels lined up).
Miller has been linked to DC films for quite a few time. “I grew up in an area that was mainly DC, so they are the pantheon for me”.
Meanwhile, Henry Cavill will reprise his role as the Man of Steel in Snyder’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, which sets the path to the rise of the superhero team Justice League.
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