Warner Bros have been planning Xerses, the sequel to Zack Snyder's 300 since 2006. Snyder effectively promised that if writer Frank Miller ever crafted a sequel he would direct the film. As we all, albeit most of us know Miller did indeed complete a graphic novel, entitled "Xerxes," which focuses on the demi-God himself. Snyder had been developing the movie, but then set off to helm the Superman reboot. Well, Vulture whose "insiders" are notoriously correct claim all sorts of trouble is emerging, they claim that the Superman script is having major problems with the third and final act. [Not the first news of Superman script problems], that Snyder's Sucker Punch is testing poorly: "It was bad; like, really bad." So Warner have decided they won't wait around for Snyder to complete his Superman and have decided to approach, yes another Brit: Guy Ritchie [Sherlock Holmes, Snatch]. The offer is on the table and no response has sounded from Richie's caravan, but the man has the f**king resume.