Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller, whose film has been given an Oscar Nomination for Best Picture, is listed as producer on Justice League: Part One.
Acting Auditions, a site designed to send out mass casting calls for major and smaller films, has listed that Justice League: Part One will be produced by Charles Roven, Dan Lin, Deborah Snyder, Barrie Osbourne, Doug Mitchell and George Miller.
George Miller was the director of Justice League: Mortal, which was sadly axed at the last-minute due to various issues, so it’s great to see he might finally get to helm in some way a Superman led film if this is true, as he originally accepted the director’s chair for Justice League: Mortal because he was a huge Superman fan.
Previously George Miller was seen on set of David Ayer’s Suicide Squad and it was believed this was due to him possibly being involved in a directing a DC Film. This could still be true as he may end up directing Man of Steel 2, as previously rumored but since been debunked or even possibly Justice League: Part 2, although it is unlikely since Zack Snyder is already sign on for that.
Warner Bros. nor DC Entertainment have not confirmed this report, until then take it with a grain of salt, until officially confirmation or a more reliable source reports on it.
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