J.J. Abrams, who wrote the script for Warner Bros.' new Superman movie, tells Sci Fi Wire that the project is still moving forward.
"I'm hopeful," he said in an interview at ABC television's winter press preview, where he was promoting his series, Alias. "It was a blast to [write]. I'm crossing my fingers. I hope they do it, because I'd love to see that movie. I love working with the director, McG, so we'll see what happens. I'd love to make it work."
One major bump in the development process so far has been finding the right actor to play the iconic Man of Steel, Abrams said, adding that the search is ongoing. "There are some candidates," he said, though he would not confirm any possible names.
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Source: Sci Fi Wire
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