DC Comic Characters: Zatanna & Batgirl Finalized for Production by Warner Bros

Warner Bros. already has over 16 films ready to be released on the OTT platform; HBO Max and in theatres by the end of 2021. Some of the most anticipated ones are The Matrix 4, Mortal Kombat, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. Now the WB Studio has taken over other projects to work on.

On Friday, March 12, 2021, Warner Bros. announced some of its upcoming projects at AT&T’s investor presentation. In between them, there were 2 DC comic characters: Zatanna and Batgirl that got the approval for being turned into live characters. Even the logos of both the show/movie respectively is out among others.

Zatanna

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Zatanna is a character who is originally a stage magician but little does she know. She is a Homo magus. A human born with magical powers. She has the ability to control elements like fire, water, lightning, shadows, and also can control the minds of others in every way possible. She just has to say her spell backward to cast magic upon opponents.

DC Comic Characters: Zatanna & Batgirl Finalized for Production by Warner Bros

In the comics, she has appeared to work with the team of Justice League, so we are hoping this might be a plot the producers  will work on. Currently, there has been no news on the director, cast, or release date. Although one thing we can say for sure that Zatanna will be turned into a TV series rather than just a movie.

Batgirl

Speaking of this character, it is quite evident by the name itself, that it will be a .female version of Batman. She is a sidekick of Batman just like Robin. She is an A-level hacker,  information broker, and an expert martial artist. She lives a dual life; one as the Gotham savior and another as the daughter(Barbara Gordon) of a police chief.

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Warner has decided to bring this character into a live-action movie. Christina Hodson, the writer for Bumblebee and Birds of Prey has finished with the script already and is excited about the casting process.

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