Before Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon developed Justice League for Warner Bors. Mad Max director George Miller was developing a Justice League film that was ultimately canceled. I would have loved to see what George Miller's version of the film would have looked like, but today we have a piece of concept art from Collider to share with you featuring the entire superhero team and what their costumes would have looked like.
Thanks to DC Films Hub, we also have a test photo featuring D.J Cotrona as Superman and I don't like the costume design.
As you can see, the design ditches the red underpants and boots. When previously talking about what George Miller was planning Cotrona told /Film:
"The best way I can describe it is: George Miller’s mind is so operatic and big and expansive, it’s a shame that the world didn’t get to see what he would do with superheroes. It was allegorical, like a story of Greek Gods almost. He was doing things with the Superman character and Batman character, and all the iconic favorites, that’s never been done before. Watch Fury Road and you can only imagine what he would do with those iconic characters."
Even though I'm not a big fan of the Superman's costume design, I still would have loved to see how Miller would have handled these characters and the story in film form. You can read a breakdown of the script here or watch a live-read of it here.
The movie would have starred Armie Hammer as Batman, Megan Gale as Wonder Woman, Adam Brody as Flash, Common as Green Lantern, Santiago Cabrera as Aquaman, Hugh Keays-Byrne as Martian Manhunter, and Jay Baruchel as Maxwell Lord.
What do you think of the costume designs that you are seeing here? Would you have liked to see George Miller's Justice League get made, or are you glad that it never happened?