Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Liman exits Justice League Dark due to scheduling issues.
It’s sort of funny that Universal just announced a Dark Universe surrounding their monster properties when Warner Bros. has already been publicly developing one for years. Doug Liman, who helmed the awesome Edge of Tomorrow, was all set to direct Justice League Dark, their next DC film that would feature villains in the hero role. […]
Justice League Dark has lost another high-caliber filmmaker. Liman, who also dropped out of 20th Century Fox’s Gambit, is following in Guillermo del Toro‘s footsteps and moving on from the DCEU film. Another project of his, Chaos Walking, got the green light, so a scheduling conflict arose. Show More Summary
JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK just hit another bump in the road. A DC Comics superhero team-up film that will center on characters from comics with a horror bent, the project was originally being developed by Guillermo del Toro. After being attached...Show More Summary
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It's been a tumultuous week for DC movie directors. First, Zack Snyder announced he was stepping away from November's Justice League for family reasons. Today comes news that Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow) will not be helming the live-action Justice League Dark movie, Dark Universe. More »
According to Variety, director Doug Liman has dropped out of directing Justice League Dark, the DC universe movie that’s set to feature a ragtag group of magical heroes like John Constantine, Swamp Thing, and Zatanna. If this news seems...Show More Summary
Director Doug Liman has left Justice League Dark to focus on another project. The post Justice League Dark Film Loses Director Doug Liman appeared first on CBR.
Doug Liman has backed out of directing Warner Bros’ Justice League Dark, the film that was to be a cog in the studio’s DC Universe of movies. The move is not surprising, as Liman’s schedule is officially tied up for the time being: As...Show More Summary
A search is underway for a new director to helm the comic book adaptation The post Doug Liman Exits Justice League Dark Movie appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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The director of Edge of Tomorrow elaborates on what led him to walk away from the Fox film, which has experienced delay after delay. The post Gambit: Doug Liman Details Why He Left Fox’s X-Men Spinoff appeared first on CBR.
I really wish I could tell you The Wall is good. It's the latest from Doug Liman, who did Swingers and Go and Mr. and Mrs. Smith before melting all our faces off with Edge of Tomorrow. (If the title...
Director Doug Liman has had an unlikely career path, starting out in the world of micro-budget indies (films like "Swingers" and "Go") and moving steadily through the studio ranks, kicking off the long-running "Bourne" franchise with "The Bourne Identity" and moving into things like "Mr. Show More Summary
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Early in his career, a studio executive was heard to say of the director Doug Liman that he was the sort of person who, when asked what time it was, would take a wristwatch, disassemble it, explain its working parts and their function to you, and reassemble it, finally apprising you of the time via the result of his exertions. Show More Summary