A Man CAN Dream.
Keep in mind, these directors have only had talks with the two about being involved. The script, written by David Goyer (who also helped scribe both The Dark Knight and Batman Begins) stems from an idea Nolan had on rebooting the classic character. It seems Warner likes the idea, and is trying to get this film made as fast as it possibly can. Then again, having Christopher Nolan backing your film seems to help a lot with those box office numbers now a days. When did that happen?
This is an interesting list of directors, and I can certainly see one of these guys tackling the film. I still wish we could have seen J.J Abrams version of the Superman character though. But with his busy schedule, it doesn’t seem like him directing the new film is a possibility. But still, a guy can dream, can’t he?