Collider.com posted two insightful video interviews with actor Brandon Routh. The first is largely about his new movie 'Lie to Me' but the also coaxed some info out of him about his upcoming comic-based projects.
Routh revealed that he next expects to film 'Dead of Night', based on the 'Dylan Dog' comics.
"I love that genre. I love going to see a good vampire, zombie, you know movie can be fun," Routh said, when asked about his attraction to the project. "It was appealing to play a private investigator. And also to be part of another property that was well-loved in Italy and all over Europe, and the opportunity to make my face known in those places. I think it's going to be a lot of fun and, eventually, when we get it done, it's going to be a lot of fun."
Routh also said he believes they'll be filming 'Superman: The Man of Steel' starting early next year. When asked about the 'Justice League' movie and how it may or may not fit into those plans, Routh said he was never approached about reprising the role for that film. Further, he agrees with 'Batman' actor Christian Bale about the timing of the film.
"I kind of feel similar as to Christian. We've been doing a great job representing Superman and Batman. There's indefinitely a time and a place for the Justice League movie. I think maybe now isn't that time," Routh said. "I'd like to see it come after we've made the characters a bigger presence in the world and been able to impart our visions of the two characters into the consciousness of the world, and see that other film come up then."