Farrelly Brothers Movie ’43’ Will Be The Closest We Get To A Justice League Movie For A Long, Long Time
For the past, oh lets say forever, there has been talk of a live action big screen blockbuster adaption of the Justice League. Rumor after rumor, year after year, still no movie. Well, it looks like we are finally getting a big screen version of DC Comics powerhouse team of superheroes, sorta.
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Collider: You’re in a new film called Movie 43 from the Farrelly Brothers play…Wonder Woman?
Bibb: The Farrelly Brothers did this compilation of these shorts and there’s a whole slew of us. Hugh Jackman did one, Gerard Butler, Kate Winslet. Mine is, me and Jason Sudeikis and Justin Long and Bobby Cannavale and um…John Hodgman is the Penguin. And Bobby Cannavale is a jacked up Superman who smokes. And we all are like these [frick]ed up superheroes. Like, I’m sleeping with Batman [Sudeikis]. He won’t call me back. I’m kind of crazy. And we’re at this dating mixer. Uma Thurman is, I think is Supergirl and Kristen Bell is Supergirl and Uma Thurman is Lois Lane or something. And we’re all just dysfunctional superheroes, like superheroes who just can’t get a date. So we’re all at this speed dating thing. So, I’m Wonder Woman and I have on this amazing wig and the whole getup, which was pretty fantastic. And I’m crazier than bat shit. Like, she is really crazy, so it was really fun because I know Jason and he won’t call me back and I love him and he just doesn’t care about me. And so it proved to be a good time.
The segment is apparently inspired by amazingly funny Robins Big Date, that had Sam Rockwell star opposite Justin Long as Batman and Robin. If you’ve never seen it, watch it now after the jump.