Unlike The Meh ‘Justice League’ Movie We Got, The Film’s Original Script Sounds Frickin’ Incredible
So, have you ventured out to see the new Justice League movie yet? I have, and let me tell you, it is most definitely a MUST-SEE movie… when it comes out on Bluray or on-demand. Not that it was a BAD movie, per se. It just wasn’t a GREAT movie.
It was about 10 times more interesting, fun, and just overall more well done than the Justice League movie was. That… shouldn’t happen.
And it almost didn’t.
That’s because apparently there was a 2011 draft of the film that was very different from what we got to see this year, and it sounds pretty badass.
Keep in mind, 2011 was right near the tail end of the very good Dark Knight Trilogy, which as the films’ director Christopher Nolan so astutely explained, was a whole different era of making superhero movies. It was also a time before The Avengers and still two years from Man of Steel eventually hitting the big screen.
According to The Wrap, who has seen the 2011 version of the Justice League script…
After a quick introduction on Darkseid’s hellish planet, Apokolips, we’re plunged into a stunning set piece between Batman, Superman, KGBeast, Killer Croc and Lex Luthor that includes a shark tank shattering on the upper floors of Lexcorp Tower in Metropolis. And it just gets more packed with heroes and villains from there.
It already sounds better.