"It would have been dark and fairly brutal and quite gory and just f**king epic"
On the promo tour for The Sorcerer's Apprentice, Jay Baruchel talked to Digital Spy about the Justice League movie that was going to be directed by George Miller but never made it to the starting line. Here are several clips from the interview:
Do you think it would have won around the blogosphere?
"I'll just say this, if we had been able to make the movie that we had gone down [to Australia] to rehearse, if you had seen the production art I'd seen... it would've been the coolest thing ever. It would have been the neatest vision of Batman and the coolest vision of Superman you've ever seen. It would have been dark and fairly brutal and quite gory and just f**king epic."
What was the problem?
"The problem was that, had it gone to production, »
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