A live-action Teen Titans film is in the works at DC

A live-action Teen Titans film is in the works at DC

Ana Nogueira was able to gain the trust of the new leaders of the DCU, James Gunn and Peter Safran.

James Gunn And Peter Safran set the pace for the new DC era, with a brand new project. The team of budding superheroes, Teen Titans, should have its own live action feature film soon.

Warner Bros Discovery called on Ana Nogueiraknown for her participation in a few episodes of Vampire Diaries or Black Listto write the script for the titanic project. James Gunn And Peter Safran have already entrusted a major feature film to Ana Nogueirathe film centered on the cousin of Man of Steel. The Brazilian actress and screenwriter will have to honor the entire DC legacy, since her contract is not limited to Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow.

The Teen Titans were first introduced to the public in the mid-1960s in the comics. The team at the time consisted of Robin, Kid Flash, and Aqualad as well as Wonder Girl. Other teenagers such as Speedy, Green Arrow's sidekick, joined the adventures later.

Then Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire joined Robin, the most famous of sidekickas well as Wonder Girl. The New Teen Titans became a huge success, even managing to be DC's number 1 comic when certain issues were released. Over the course of its success, the plot deepened the characters, defined their personalities and relationships, and introduced real enemies.

The Teen Titans also became a successful media franchise thanks to Teen Titans Go! The animated series ran for eight seasons on Cartoon Network, which equates to almost 400 episodes. The series also spawned a feature film, Teen Titans Go! To the Moviewhich was released theatrically in July 2018. The characters have also appeared in video games, among other media.

THE Hollywood Reporter explains that the film Teen Titans is on the right track, since the studio is looking for a director. For the moment, the most recent comics on the shock team can be found in Dawn of Titans at the house of Urban Comics.

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