Christopher Nolan. David Yates. Ben Affleck. The Wachoski's.
Now, Brett Ratner?
The latest to hit the net is that Warner Bros. is possibly looking at X-Men: The Last Stand director Brett Ratner to direct the Justice League movie.
The SupermanSuperSite reports that insiders have informed them that, "The studio is very pleased with the work that Brett [Ratner] has done as a producer and director on past projects. They are now very interested in seeing what he can do with helping finally bring this group of iconic superheroes to the big screen!"
Ratner would be the fourth name mentioned.
Nolan, Yates and Affleck have all seemed to pass on the movie either citing they are not interested or on other projects, and nothing has come from the Wachowski's camp as of yet.
Then news on a Justice League movie directed by Affleck hit, with it coming out that it was "BS," only to have Affleck himself come out and dispel the rumor.
The latest was that Warner Bros. was ever so happy with The Wachowski's upcoming sci-fi movie, Cloud Atlas, that WB was thinking of recruiting them to helm the Justice League movie.
And now we have Brett Ratner.
For more on the Justice League movie head on over to everything we've been told, which includes news on a possible 2016 Batman reboot and Henry Cavill starring in the Justice League movie, in addition to the Man of Steel spearheading a DC shared universe, which has been confirmed.