Justice League can't catch a break

Frankly, I'm getting tired of writing an update regarding George Miller's Justice League film, because it seems the next day that what I wrote the previous day is invalid. What's the big deal now you ask? The Screen Actors Guild strike. Tons of movies were delayed indefinitely (Justice League and Transformers 2 included) because of the WGA strike. No writers means no scripts, which means no dialogue or need for actors. Duh. Once that was resolved, they were back on track. According to Micheal Bay, his three writers for Transformers 2 are actively working on the script for the sequel. "They did a detailed outline before the writer's strike, and now they are in Michael Bay jail, holed up in a hotel and working feverishly," Bay said. "We're paying for a beautiful suite and they are getting a lot of work done. Hiring three writers was unusual, but it has been a godsend in getting us to where we need to be. Somehow you find a way to get it done." But if the script is done, but the actors are on strike, where does that leave everyone else? Many directors are anxious to start films that won't wrap shooting before June 30, because if the SAG does go on strike, that leaves them in quite a predicament. That could prove problematic for Justice League, because with all the script rewrites in the works, and getting all the actors back into contracts (since they've lapsed), principal filming isn't slated to start until July. At this point, I don't even know if this movie will be made. I'll keep updating you, but from now on, take every rumor you hear about Justice League to be just that, a rumor. SAG strike on the horizon