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DC Films recently released their new updated slate of films set to be released in the near future, which while confirming further development on titles like Wonder Woman IISuicide Squad 2, and  Shazam, also revealed that the long-in-development Justice League Dark has been dropped from the slate. The film, which planned to focus on the darker supernatural version of the Justice League, was originally brought forward by Guillermo del Toro under the name of Dark Universe before Universal decided to brand their failed shared monster universe with the same title.

Del Toro, unfortunately, left the project shortly after the scripting stages, with a few directors who moved through the project afterward before ultimately, the film was dropped from the production slate. Whether or not there are still plans for the film in the future remains to be seen, but for now, we can enjoy some of the newly-released concept art the studio was working on for the film. This concept art comes from director Joseph Kahn, who pitched the film following del Toro’s departure. The designs also feature actors that Kahn would have preferred for the role, including Dan Stevens as John Constantine, Natalie Dormer as Zatanna, and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Jason Blood:

Now, it’s important to note that these images came after del Toro’s time on the project, as the director revealed on Twitter:

It would be interesting to see some concept art from del Toro’s vision, but these images at least give us an idea of what DC Films was looking for with some of these characters, while also offering some interesting casting possibilities that were previously unrevealed. What do you think of Joseph Kahn’s JLD pitch? Let us know in the comments below and join the discussion on the GEEK FB page!


Images: DC Films, Warner Bros.

Source: io9

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Check Out This Unused Justice League Dark Concept Art

Take a first, and maybe the last look, at a possible Justice League Dark live-action adaptation.

By Scoot Allan | 12/20/2017 12:30 PM PT

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DC Films recently released their new updated slate of films set to be released in the near future, which while confirming further development on titles like Wonder Woman IISuicide Squad 2, and  Shazam, also revealed that the long-in-development Justice League Dark has been dropped from the slate. The film, which planned to focus on the darker supernatural version of the Justice League, was originally brought forward by Guillermo del Toro under the name of Dark Universe before Universal decided to brand their failed shared monster universe with the same title.

Del Toro, unfortunately, left the project shortly after the scripting stages, with a few directors who moved through the project afterward before ultimately, the film was dropped from the production slate. Whether or not there are still plans for the film in the future remains to be seen, but for now, we can enjoy some of the newly-released concept art the studio was working on for the film. This concept art comes from director Joseph Kahn, who pitched the film following del Toro’s departure. The designs also feature actors that Kahn would have preferred for the role, including Dan Stevens as John Constantine, Natalie Dormer as Zatanna, and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Jason Blood:

Now, it’s important to note that these images came after del Toro’s time on the project, as the director revealed on Twitter:

It would be interesting to see some concept art from del Toro’s vision, but these images at least give us an idea of what DC Films was looking for with some of these characters, while also offering some interesting casting possibilities that were previously unrevealed. What do you think of Joseph Kahn’s JLD pitch? Let us know in the comments below and join the discussion on the GEEK FB page!


Images: DC Films, Warner Bros.

Source: io9

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