Adam Brody Is JLA's Flash?

Warner Bros. keeping mum.

by | December 5, 2007 | Comments

There’s still no confirmation from Warner Bros. — in fact, the studio says the movie hasn’t even been greenlighted yet — but the Justice League of America casting rumors continue to fly fast and furious.

The latest, from a report published today in The Los Angeles Times, says The O.C.‘s Adam Brody is all set to play the Flash in George Miller‘s live-action adaptation. Warner Bros. will likely hold off on any JLA announcements until the entire cast is in place, but in the meantime, it’s still fun to speculate — as the Times does here:

Brody, best known as the heartthrob on “The O.C.,” joins Australian supermodel Megan Gale, who was reportedly cast as Wonder Woman, apparently beating out Jessica Biel for the part.

Among the other young actors rumored to have been cast are “Friday Night Lights“‘ Scott Porter as Superman and “Wolf Creek‘s” Teresa Palmer as Talia al Ghul — a recurring love interest for Batman. Common was rumored to be playing the Green Lantern (a.k.a. John Stewart).

The Times references an earlier report from Slashfilm, saying Brody will play the nephew of the second Flash, Barry Allen.

Source: Los Angeles Times

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