J.J. Abrams is taking on the famous comic book series Justice League Dark as another creating venture under his Bad Robot production name.
And adjusting it into a series for Warner Media’s forthcoming streaming service, HBO Max.
The new project will be under Bad Robot creation:
Warner Media hasn’t declared any insights about the task other than it will live only on the streaming service. Justice League Dark is a comic book series that centers around the more superhero characters that show up inside the DC Universe.
Which includes John Constantine (who was depicted by Keanu Reeves in the 2005 live-action film).
It’s likewise hazy who is taking a shot at the project, or if those conversations have begun. Abrams will create the show as a Bad Robot creation, yet he hasn’t reported whether he’ll contribute any composition to the series.
The Shape of Water executive Guillermo del Toro told ComicBook in 2019 that he co-composed a full content for a Justice League Dark film for Warner Bros. quite a while back, yet nothing at any point happened to it.
Greg Berlanti is helping Co-Write for Justice League Dark Series:
While Kevin Feige is managing the Marvel Streaming Universe for Disney Plus, Abrams and Greg Berlanti appear to have considerable jobs in molding Warner Media’s DC Universe on HBO Max.
Following quite a while of making the DC Arrow-verse (Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Black Lightning, Batwoman, and so on) on The CW, Berlanti is dealing with various tasks for HBO Max. Those include an untitled Green Lantern series and an adaptation of DC Comics’ Strange Adventures.
Warner Bros. likewise has its DC Cinematic Universe: Wonder Woman, Justice League, Shazam, Aquaman, The Batman, and the rest. It’s indistinct if Abrams’ Bad Pictures organization or Berlanti will add to the true to life universe.
Abrams has two more projects for HBO apart from Justice League Dark Series:
Abrams is likewise working on two more series for HBO Max: one is a horror series roused by Stephen King’s The Shining by the name Overlook. The show will concentrate on the “untold, unnerving accounts of the haunted hotel in American fiction.”
The third, called Duster, is a unique task that Abrams will co-compose. Duster follows an escape driver for a “growing crime syndicate” during the 1970s southwest.
HBO Max will release one month from now, even though Warner Media hasn’t reported a particular date right now. It will cost $14.99 per month.