Re: All Things Superman: An Open Discussion - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
I'm wondering with the positive buzz with WB being happy with the finished product... why haven't they secured a writer to pen a sequel yet? I know they had a shortlist of writers they planned on offering around November 2011 (which included Travis Beacham, Lawrence Kasdan and Steve Kloves)... but no deal?
Usually, WB usually gets a screenwriter to start writing a few months prior to the film's release in the case it's a hit. That way they can get moving on a sequel asap, and get production moving more quickly.
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