Variation report tonight that Michael B. Jordan will return to the superhero film business, including Narrative at Black Panther star sign to serve as manufacturer in a Static Shock film The most high-profile product from Milestone Comics-founded with DC Comics in 1993, with the creators of Black Cowan denied, Michael Davis, Derek T. Dingle, and the late Dwayne McDuffie in charge—Static formerly served as the basis for a well-remembered animated series on The WB, back when The WB was still one thing.
“I am proud to be a part of building a new universe centered around Black superheroes; that deserves our community, “Jordan said in a statement; the actor is making the film through his Outlier Society Production banner, based in Warner Bros. The film was previously – sort of – announced back at the FanDome event of DC in August by comic writer Reginald Hudlin (who revived almost no Milestone brands in 2015), although at the time it was not clear whether he was talking about an actual development project, or just one he hoped to get off the ground.
However, there is no confusion now: Static — aka Virgil Hawkins, a teenager who found himself given electromagnetic powers after a run-in with (you don’t know it) radiation — now with Jordan’s support, that the Hollywood track record is running pretty solid towards “Doing whatever he wants” right now. In addition to his stellar strength, Jordan also served as a producer in 2018 Credit II, and will serve both the planned sequel of the film in 2021.