The other reason that a Justice League film wouldn't really work (at the moment) is that outside Batman there hasn't been big enough hits to justify it (although the new Superman may go some way to rectifying that, who knows?)
The best bet would be to leave it for a while in my opinion. A "reboot" would have to be done some years down the line because as people said it would appear to be a ripoff.
I disagree that it would necessarily have to go down the alien route. The big advantage DC has are the tremendous villains they've got (Joker, Lex Luthor etc) and they'd create an intriguing dynamic. Again in order to set this up it would take time and I'm not sure Warner Bros would take the risk.
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They should really get the writers from there animation division involved, because most of there stories are excellent.
And that dude who directed Under the red hood is pretty much a badass.
I bet Bruce Timm would rock on the live action as well.
Who have they effectively established in films so far, in any way similar to the Marvel set-up for Avengers?
There's unrelated Batman, Superman and Green Lantern films... I guess you could introduce Martian Manhunter in the JLA film. But I wouldn't think it's a good idea to try and introduce more than one major character in that movie, so they'd need a Wonder Woman movie (too bad that TV series was such a train wreck). Is there anyone else they'd need for the core JLA team (you don't want to go further with the roster than that, I think).
Honestly, I think their best move now would be to just try and establish better solo films with possibly small links (that don't require conclusions) to a larger universe. Pulling out this hat trick that Marvel has done required a solid 5-7 years of planning, and if WB has done even 2-3 years of that, they've kept it a damn good secret.
MAYBE if they could pull a decent WW film out of their asses within the next couple years, they could have a JLA movie a year or so later. But it's not going to be the same as having five movies with interconnected plots and matching actors (with the exception of Ruffalo) that all come together in the end.
I'd rather see a Plastic Man or Lobo movie from DC
A friend of mine who is a huge avengers fan, said there is a stupid amount of Easter eggs in this film.
Most of the references went right past me tho, Probly because the avengers weren't exactly cool in the 90s haha.
I'm going to go see it again today, but stuff I definatelly missed was iron man dropping from the sky and shooting his blasters at cap shield like the old marvel team up games.
The other one is when Tony Stark and Pepper are standing in the ruined Stark building which is gonna be the new Avengers Tower, you see the blue prints with each individual floor and each one has a symbol in the top right corner representing an Avenger. As well as having a flight bay for a Quinjet.