Last we heard, Warner Bros.' big-screen 'Justice League' film was deader than George Washington -- killed by the writer's strike, Australian tax laws and, theoretically, a rare bout of common sense at the studio. Warners apparently came to the conclusion that paying $300 million to make a movie headlined by a then-relatively-unknown Armie Hammer as Batman was probably a bad idea. Despite fanboy moaning and groaning, they were probably right.

However, few things are ever truly dead in Hollywood. In a new piece over at Hero Complex, Warners chief Jeff Robinov admits that a 'Justice League' could be on yet again.

Hit the jump for the full scoop, plus thoughts on why Warners should go ahead and make this movie.