This rumour has been around before, but Latino Review has given it some new legs. The site is reporting the Warner Bros. have approached Christopher Nolan to produce their super hero team up, Justice League, which is set for release in 2015. This is a bit of a no-brainer, considering the success the director had with Batman, but Nolan has said before he won't do it. According to the new rumours, Warner Bros. have sweetened the deal, given Nolan complete creative control over all their future super hero films, the exact role Joss Whedon has over at Marvel Studios. As cherries on the top go, that's a pretty big one.
But that's not all. Zack Snyder is said to be approached to also produce and maybe direct Justice League. Not surprising since his Superman reboot, The Man Of Steel, is currently wowing preview audiences ahead of it's Summer release. And to top it all off, Warner Bros. are also said to pursuing Christain Bale to don the cape and cowl of Batman once again. This one I find hard to believe, seeing as Nolan's ending to The Dark Knight seemed pretty definite, ending Bale's reign as Batman once and for all. As always, it is best to take these rumours with a pinch of salt.