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By now we all know that Justice League isn't the perfect production we had once hoped. Throw in the WGA strike -- an event that has resulted in the loss of jobs, repeats, production delays, cancellations, pay deductions and loss of value to a stock I own (damn you!) -- and one can easily understand why this adaptation isn't jumping off the pages.
While there have been a plethora of rumors and reports suggesting a troubled production, why not one more?
Justice League Woes
'Shannon' has alerted us to a report over at news.com.au, which takes a quick look at Teresa Palmer and why she will not be spending her time in Sydney in front of a camera.
The George Miller mega-movie has reportedly been hit with delays as a result of the Hollywood writer's strike, which also led to the cancellation of the Golden Globes.
Confidential hears the script still needs tweaking, but there is no chance of that happening until the writer's go back to work.
"It's a big shambles," a film insider said.
The report goes on to claim who is already in Sydney ready to shoot and who isn't. With script edits necessary, they might as well all go home for the time being.