The future of George Miller's Justice League of America will be revealed, one way or the other, by January 15, 2008, according to a blog at Entertainment Weekly.

Their source says that Warner Bros wants another rewrite of the script for the big-budget superhero epic, but are debating whether or not to begin shooting without one. The studio has listed a January 15th deadline to either greenlight the film for a spring production start, or to push it off until the completion of the WGA strike.

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If the studio decides to begin production, Justice League of America could still have a summer '09 release.

Reportedly, all of the seven heroes for the film have been cast, but it remains to be seen if the film will happen or not.