According tomedia, J. J. Abrams’s “Bad Robot” production company will work with Warner Media to develop a film and american drama based on the DC comic series “Dark Justice League.” It’s still in its infancy, and it’s not known which roles and projects will be adapted.
“Dark Justice League” first appeared in the comics in September 2011, and was founded by mysterious and bizarre superheroes including John Constantine, Madame Touss, Dead Men, Shadows, Changers and Zatana, and later The Swamp Monster. Other members of the Dark Justice Coalition include Andrew Bennett, Hyun Lan, Dr. Mist, Frankenstein, Pandora and Nightmare Nurses.
Due to their abilities, the members are supernatural heroes in the DC universe who use magic, dealing with things outside of the traditional “Justice League.” It’s not clear yet that J. J., the boss of Bad Robotics Productions, is not sure. J. Abrams will not be involved in directing these American dramas or movies.
Previously, “Dark Justice League” was adapted into the 2017 animated film, voiced by Rosario Dawson and others; John Constantine was adapted into the 2005 Warner film “The Hell Of the God”, starring Keanu Reeves, which grossed more than $230 million worldwide, and was adapted into the NBC drama “The American”. Constantine: City of Demons, David J. S. Goyer et al. wrote 13 episodes; The Swamp Monster was adapted into the 1982 film “The Swamp Alien” and last year was adapted into Wen Ziren’s american drama “The Swamp Monster,” which aired for one season on DC’s streaming platform DC Universe.