In 2008 George Miller (the director of Mad Max) was on the cusp of launching one of the biggest blockbuster films of all time, the ultimate Superhero team-up film: Justice League Mortal. This was to be the very first time that Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman & The Flash were to unite in a live action film.
The mighty heroes were cast (Armie Hammer was going to be Batman, while Adam Brody was cast as The Flash) and production was about to begin in Australia. However, due to the Writer’s Strike and tax issues with the country, Miller’s blockbuster was put on hold, indefinitely.
A few attempts to resuscitate the film all failed and Justice League Mortal drifted back into Hollywood lore… Until now.
In Dublin on Wednesday, November 11th, Storybreakers are bringing the infamous script to the stage as they perform a one night only Live Reading in the Grand Social, featuring some of Dublin’s best & brightest actors.
The event is absolutely free. However, donations will be collected on the night and the proceeds will go to the Friends Of Saint Mary’s charity.
Find out what Warner Bros, DC & George Miller’s epic Justice League film would’ve been like by booking your free ticket on Storybreakers event page: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/storybreakers-presents-justice-league-live-tickets-19185090121