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Concept art from the cancelled Justice League Mortal shows designs for D.J. Cutrona's Superman, Adam Brody's Flash and Armie Hammer's Batman.
While some comic book movies-that-could've-been are the stuff of dreams others deserve to be forgotten in time.
Nicolas Cage as Superman? The Wachowskis' Plastic Man? We wish these DC movies had been made!
CBR looks at George Miller's Justice League: Mortal and what could've been, especially when compared against Snyder/Whedon's Justice League.
Concept art for director George Miller's abandoned Justice League: Mortal provides an up-close look at early designs for Batman and Superman.
A behind-the-scenes image from George Miller's aborted Justice League: Mortal movie gathers the team together for the first time.
More than a decade after Warner Bros. shelved George Miller's Justice League: Mortal, we finally get a look at DJ Cotrona in his Superman costume.
George Miller's aborted Justice League Mortal would have featured a Batman that Armie Hammer describes really tense and almost deranged.
Long rumored to play Hal Jordan in the DC Extended Universe, Armie Hammer sets the record straight about all those superhero movie rumors.
Lone Ranger star Armie Hammer discusses the canned Justice League film in which he would've played Batman, saying he's happy it never happened.
Inspired by the animated shows, a game tying into George Miller's canned Justice League film almost got made, which would've been written by McDuffie.
Jay Baruchel reflects on an epic brawl his character would have caused between Superman and Wonder Woman in the abandoned Justice League Mortal.
Armie Hammer discussed his time with Justice League: Mortal and revealed that he even got to try an 'exoskeleton' version of Batman's suit.
While promoting John Wick Chapter 2, Common talked about the DC film that almost was and what it'd be like to get another chance at playing John Stewart.
Director George Miller reveals how his "Justice League" film fell apart despite having a script, cast and production designs.
New images offer a glimpse at what could have been, had Megan Gale been the one to bring the iconic hero to life.
More art from George Miller's unproduced Justice League movie has surfaced, with Steve Skroce sharing storyboards for one of the film's fight sequences.
Update: A newly revealed concept sculpt reveals what the early design for Martian Manhunter looked like for "Justice League Mortal."
With interest in the never-shot "Justice League Mortal" at an all-time high, a new film hopes to look at the "Mad Max" director's "almost was" superhero film.