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Brett Ratner May Be In The Running For JUSTICE LEAGUE

August 29, 2012
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Rumors have surfaced that Brett Ratner (“X-Men 3: The Last Stand”, “Rush Hour”) is the latest director in the running to helm Warner Bros. ambitious “Justice League” movie.

Ratner’s addition to the “X-Men” franchise received (and continues to be treated to) a mixed critical response, but it was the most financially successful of the franchise.

With Ben Affleck confirming that he is not attached and the Wachowskis reportedly in talks, the decision is still in the very early stages. And it should be noted that there is no official confirmation that the studio is considering Ratner for the job.

But, if they were, would you like to see him take the helm on “Justice League”?

Source: Comic Book Movie

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