DC Entertainment recently announced that a new script was being written for a big screen adaption of "Justice League" which has been in constant limbo for a number of years.
While there has been no news in regard to who will be taking on directing duties for the new film, "The Dark Knight Rises" director Christopher Nolan recently told Entertainment Weekly that he has no interest in the project. Here's an excerpt from the article:
Fans have conjectured that Nolan might return to Batman by producing a big-screen take on Justice League, DC Comics' Avengers-style ensemble whose key superheroes include the Dark Knight, Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern.
Nolan guesses that the Justice League rumors started because of his involvement as a producer on next summer's Superman relaunch, Man of Steel.
He also said he does not intend to get involved with any future solo Batman films when distributor Warner Bros., which owns DC Comics, decides the time is right to launch a new take on the masked vigilante.
"Batman will outlive us all, and our interpretation was ours. Obviously, we consider it definitive and kind of finished. The great thing about Batman is he lives on for future generations to reinterpret, and obviously, Warners will have to decide in the future what they're going to do with him," Nolan said. "We've had our say on the character."
"Iíve got no plans to do anything more, and certainly, no involvement with any Justice League project."
Read the complete article at EW.com.