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Report: Christopher Nolan to Produce 'Justice League' With Christian Bale Returning as Batman

March 4, 2013 (8:47 am) GMT
There's also rumor suggesting that the movie assembling DC Comics' superheroes will be directed by 'Man of Steel' helmer Zack Snyder.

There's a major scoop coming from "Justice League". According Latino-Review's El Mayimbe, "" helmer Christopher Nolan will be producing the long-delayed project with possibly reprising his role as the Caped Crusader and Zack Snyder serving as the director.

"So like with Man of Steel, [Nolan's] going to be involved with godfathering/producing while Zack Snyder will be co-producing and will possibly be the director," the publication reports. "They're shaping this as a vehicle for Christian Bale to reprise his role as Batman and join 's Superman in the Justice League movie."

Not only is Nolan rumored getting involved to bring the DC Comic superpower team to life but he is also said to be supervising any projects about those superheroes. "Christopher Nolan has completely taken over the DCU at Warner Bros. Anything having to do with these super heroes, goes through him now," it's reported.

In the meantime, fanboys will be treated to "" which is going to be released in theaters across the United States starting June 14 this year. The Superman flick is directed by Snyder with Nolan among the producers.

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