Adam Brody wasn’t disappointed about losing Flash role in George Miller’s ‘Justice League’ until he saw ‘Fury Road’: ‘In hindsight, it hurts more’

Adam Brody wasn’t disappointed about losing Flash role in George Miller’s ‘Justice League’ until he saw ‘Fury Road’: ‘In hindsight, it hurts more’

Ready or Not (watch clip above).’ data-reactid=”27″>Brody reflected on the experience — and delayed disappointment of it not panning out — in our BUILD Series interview Monday where he was promoting his new thriller, Ready or Not (watch clip above).

“In hindsight, I should’ve been more bummed [at the time],” Brody said. “I really liked it. But I just kind of felt like, ‘No big deal. The next thing will come.’ And it kind of did, but it kind of didn’t. But nothing like that came along again.”

Mortal. “It’s not that it was revolutionary, and I’m pretty objective about this kind of thing, and I think I have a pretty good gauge of scripts. I thought the casting was right. Not just me, but everyone, tonally, was going to fit right.”” data-reactid=”30″>”The script was really good,” he said of Mortal. “It’s not that it was revolutionary, and I’m pretty objective about this kind of thing, and I think I have a pretty good gauge of scripts. I thought the casting was right. Not just me, but everyone, tonally, was going to fit right.”

Mad Max: Fury Road, Miller’s awe-inspiring, Oscar-winning resurrection of his post-apocalyptic film series from the late-‘70s and early-‘80s, that it set in what Mortal could’ve been.” data-reactid=”31″>Brody said it wasn’t until he saw Mad Max: Fury Road, Miller’s awe-inspiring, Oscar-winning resurrection of his post-apocalyptic film series from the late-‘70s and early-‘80s, that it set in what Mortal could’ve been.

Babe 2 and Happy Feet. Yeah, he’s like the Australian Spielberg, but who knows?” data-reactid=”32″>”I was so excited to work with George Miller, because he was a legend, and he was very nice. At the same time, nobody — I didn’t have any idea, I bet Warner Bros. didn’t have any idea — what a f***ing badass he still was. Because he hadn’t made a live action movie in like 15 years. He had made Babe 2 and Happy Feet. Yeah, he’s like the Australian Spielberg, but who knows?

Mad Max: Fury Road and you’re like, ‘Oh my God, he’s as fresh as anyone. He’s ahead of the curve. So in hindsight it hurts more, actually. Like that would’ve been a classic movie after seeing what he did.”” data-reactid=”33″>”Then you see Mad Max: Fury Road and you’re like, ‘Oh my God, he’s as fresh as anyone. He’s ahead of the curve. So in hindsight it hurts more, actually. Like that would’ve been a classic movie after seeing what he did.”

Shazam! 2. “I definitely don’t know anything official. But I would say that it seems likely and warranted, and I’m very excited. Hope we do.”” data-reactid=”35″>”I’ve heard enthusiastic rumblings and more so,” he said about the potential of Shazam! 2. “I definitely don’t know anything official. But I would say that it seems likely and warranted, and I’m very excited. Hope we do.”

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