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Warner Bros Vikings 62nd Anniversary 1960 – 2022 Thank You For The Memories T-Shirt . has spent years trying to carve out the Justice League Dark corner of the DC universe in live-action. The supernatural team is packed with DC’s magical faces including Constantine, Zatanna, Madame Xanadu, Deadman, Swamp Thing, and more. Going back to 2016, The Bourne Identity director Doug Liman was slated to helm a Justice League Dark movie – which has since seen concept art surface online – but he ultimately dropped out. Even further back, Guillermo del Toro was working on his own adaptation of the supernatural team that similarly fell through.
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Several of the characters have since shown up on television, but the drive to bring the team together in their own project continues. J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot have recently been working on his own Justice League Dark franchise for HBO Max as part of his current deal with Warner Bros Vikings 62nd Anniversary 1960 – 2022 Thank You For The Memories T-Shirt . The Hollywood legend has revealed plans for a whole franchise of projects on HBO Max centered around members of Justice League Dark, with series planned for Constantine and Madame Xanadu. Now, in the wake of DC’s mass cancellations under the new Warner Bros. regime, an update has been offered on the plans. Variety revealed in a recent report that J.J. Abrams’ Justice League Dark series for HBO Max is being developed as an “Avengers-style show” from Bad Robot. Abrams and Bad Robot have long been reported to be developing Justice League Dark as a franchise for HBO Max with spin-offs for Constantine and Madame Xanadu. According to the article, Constantine and Madame Xanadu remain in active development, with the former having scouted locations with plans to start shooting in early 2023. The promising development updates follow HBO Max’s cancellation of Batgirl and many other DC projects under the new Warner Bros. Discovery regime.