J.J Abrams is taking over as the new production project for the popular Justice League Dark comic series under its production label Bad Robot, it has been included in a series for WarnerMedia’s upcoming streaming service, HBO Max.
WarnerMedia has not announced any details about the project
Other than that it will be exclusively on the streaming service. Justice League Dark is an ongoing comic book series that focuses on the most supernatural characters featured in DC Constab, including John Constantine (played by Keanu Reeves in the 2005 live-action film).
It is also unclear who is working on the project
If discussions about them have started. Abrams will present the show as a Bad Robot production but has not announced whether it will contribute to writing in the series. Guillermo del Toro, director of The Shape of Water, told ComicBook in 2019 that he had written the entire script for the Justice League Dark movie for Warner Bros. years ago, but none of that ever came out.
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Abrams and Greg Berlanti play an important role in setting up the DC Universe for WarnerMedia on HBO Max. After years of doing DC Arrowers (Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Black Lightning, Batwoman, etc.) on The CW, Berlanti is now working on various projects for HBO Max. These include an untitled Green Lantern series and an adaptation of Strange Adventures by DC Comics.
Abrams is also working on two more series for HBO Max:
Stephen Kings is a horror series inspired by The Shining. Called Overview, the show “will focus on the gruesome, untold stories of the most famous haunted hotel in American fiction.” The third, called Duster, is a completely original project that Abrams will co-write. Duster follows a getaway driver for the “growing crime syndicate” in the southwest of the 1970s.
HBO Max will launch next month, although WarnerMedia has not announced a specific date at this time. It will cost $ 14.99 per month.