As previously reported back in January, J.J. Adrams’ Bad Robot was developing a live action movie and television series based on the heroes and villains of Justice League Dark. At least that’s what was being reported at the time.
Now it’s been confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Adrams and Bad Robot partner Katie McGrath, who happens to also be his wife, will be developing a live action Justice League Dark television series for WarnerMedia Entertainment upcoming HBO Max streaming service, set to launch in May.
Bad Robot has three series in development for the streaming series, one being an untitled drama based on characters in Justice League Dark universe, which can be strongly assumed the characters will be John Constantine, Dead Man, Zatanna and Swamp Thing. Details of the project aren’t being disclosed, as it’s being kept under wrap at the moment.
This is somewhat of a disappointment for some fans, as some were hoping for a big live action movie on the silver screen, as a Justice League Dark movie has been in development hell for some time now, with directors Guillermo Del Toro and Doug Liman being attached, but nothing ever come from it and J.J. Adrams Bad Robert being confirmed to be attached back in January gave fans a glimmer of hope.
HBO Max launches in May 2020, with a monthly cost of $15.
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