Justice League Movie Writer Will Beall Signs On For Two More Movies With WB
Seems reports that Will Beall's Justice League movie script being "terrible" may have been overstated as we learn that the writer has signed on to do two more movies with Warner Bros.
Variety reports that Will Beall has actually signed on - blindly - with Warner Bros. to to two films, which suggests the studio has tremendous faith in the writer.
It's also reported that it is unknown if Will Beall's script will be used for the Justice League movie when a new director finally gets named.
Much as we saw with the Man of Steel, when Zack Snyder was named, he brought over his 300 screenwriter to do rewrites on the Christopher Nolan and David Goyer written script, so the Justice League movie script getting a polish wouldn't be the first.
We were already told by our DC Entertainment source that was indeed happening as David Goyer is reported to be rewriting the Superman parts in the Justice League movie, and that other writers might be looked at to help out as well.
Regarding Will Beall's new movies with Warner Bros., nothing is known at this time.