Terrible news for fans of Adam Brody and Armie Hammer! The long-gestating Justice League of America movie — which has previously suffered writers'-strike-related delays, awful casting, and the denial of a crucial $80 million Australian tax rebate — may finally be dead. Dark Horizons reports that George Miller, the hapless director linked to the ensemble superhero project for the past year, is officially off the film. In an appearance on Sydney-based morning show Sunrise today, Miller confirmed that he's no longer involved "in any capacity." Also, he says that if Warner Bros. does eventually decide to shoot a JLA movie, it will likely be recast since "the studios seem to want bigger stars in their superhero movies now."