With Justice League: Mortal shelved indefinitely, some of those involved are starting to break the veil of secrecy which surrounded the film. Adam Brody, who was slated to play The Flash in the film, recently talked to IGN about the preparation for the film that he and the other actors involved had gone through.
"It was an interesting process," Brody said. "It was such a fun time, and I went to Australia for a month and that was great." While Brody admitted he probably shouldn't be offering details about the film, he did reveal that he and the other actors had a month-long preproduction "superhero camp" to prepare for the film. "I would be really remiss to talk about any of this except for the same reason - nobody said I couldn't," Brody said. "We went to Australia and did like a mini sort of workshop - superhero boot camp, which was superfun and really surreal, because you're sitting at a roundtable like this and someone's like, 'well, Batman wouldn't say that!' And someone's like, 'yeah, but the thing about Superman is...'"
One thing Brody would reveal was that the director of the film, George Miller, took the film very seriously. "It was so funny because George Miller, he has such respect for actors, probably more than I do, and so it was really fun," Brody continued. "You've got this like $200 million action picture but then you've got this true artist so you're dealing with this like superhero theater camp. Really, really interesting - I had a blast."
At the time of this writing, according to producer Joel Silver, Justice League: Mortal is tabled for now. Keep reading MovieWeb and SuperheroFlix for more news about Justice League: Mortal as it becomes available.