Possible Updates On the BATMAN VS SUPERMAN Delay
Unless you’ve been living under that proverbial nerd rock in “that” corner of the internet, you have heard that Warner Brothers has opted to delay the release of the highly anticipated sequel to Man of Steel to 2016. There have been numerous rumors floating around the web since then, anything from Ben Affleck injuring his leg, to both Affleck and Cavill being injured, to them delaying to convert the film to a Justice League movie. While we don’t have any solid confirmation on any of this, the usually reliable Batman-On-Film have talked to their sources and the news should help to calm your aching nerd heart.
…I’ve done some digging, talked to some very respectable folks, and can tell you this: THERE’S NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT! But what I can say is that EVERYONE involved with the project want it to be a good a possible. There’s some “retooling” going on right now with the script and story that – I am told – is only going to make it better. Remember, Ben Affleck has a lot of input and one of his guys, Oscar-winning screenwriter Chris Terrio.
There is more to the news that what he is able to report, but because the talks were “off the record,” he’s not able to discuss them. He reiterates a few times that there is no need to worry and that the red flags are not popping up. The delay is for the betterment of the film and therefore for the fans. He also states that he’ll be talking with another source on Sunday, so will hopefully have more information at that time.
While the news of the delay is certainly worrisome, it’s not the first time it has happened and won’t be the last. I don’t know about you, but I think I’d rather have them go into production with a polished script and the entire production team and cast fully on board with the concept. Other wise, you end up with a crappy film. We’ll be sure to update you should he, or anyone else for that matter, come up with some more news. Stay tuned!
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Source : Batman-On-Film