Mark Millar discusses his plans for the Superman reboot

Scottish comic book writer Mark Millar (Wanted) has made it clear penning the recently announced Superman reboot (more about that here) would be a dream come true, and that he already has a trilogy planned and a famous unnamed director on his side. Now Millar goes into a little more detail with his vision, including the fact that the “big deal director” apparently won’t make the movie unless he writes it, and his idea to shoot the films back-to-back, Lord Of The Rings style.

“A director approached me about three months ago, and he said ‘look, The Man Of Steel might not be happening. If that doesn’t happen, it’s been spoken about the possibility of me coming in, would you like to write it?’ And I was like Yeah.”

“I’ve had this plan for like 10 years for a big three-picture Superman thing, like a big Lord of the Rings epic, starting over from scratch again with a seven-hour Superman story. And hopefully release them one year after another. If it works out, we’ll have to start shooting next summer.”

I still think the reboot should either follow Smallville‘s eight season with Tom Welling continuing his role on the big screen or feature Brandon Routh once again as the “Man Of Steel”. But all I really care about is that they get the franchise on its feet, and if Millar’s the guy for the job, then why not? He certainly cares about the character enough.

View G4‘s full interview, including talk of the forthcoming adaptation of Kick-Ass by Matthew Vaughn (Stardust), after the jump.

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