Now here's a bit of a conundrum. Though Warner Bros seems content with the script submitted by scribes Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor for the adaptation of the DC comic Jonah Hex, the studio ran into creative differences with the duo as directors.
Neveldine and Taylor off Jonah Hex
What didn't Neveldine, Taylor and Warner Bros disagree on? Camera angles? While it's hard to imagine how two guys can create an approved script but somehow not agree on the way the same script is shot, their 'creative differences' with the studio came to the forefront and the duo has since dropped off Jonah Hex.
Though it's a bump in the road, it looks like Josh Brolin will stay on to play the film's title character, a partly disfigured gunslinger and bounty hunter.
Warner Bros plans to have a new director in place before the production's spring start.