A new concept design imagines James Bond star Ana De Armas as HBO Max’s Zatanna for the Justice League Dark series.
HBO Max has quickly amassed a collection of fascinating DC Comics projects in its pipeline, with one of them being a Justice League Dark show from Star Wars and Star Trek director J.J. Abrams. While it seems obvious to bring John Constantine actor Matt Ryan over from The CW alongside Derek Mears’ Swamp Thing from the cancelled DC Universe series, there’s still a few members that need to be cast for the project. This impressive fan art imagines James Bond star Ana De Armas as Zatanna for Justice League Dark.
The concept design of Ana De Armas comes from artist ‘mizuriau’ on Instagram and depicts the James Bond star in the magician’s classic costume with the black jacket, white shirt and bow tie. The artist also included two versions of the design, one with Zatanna’s signature top hat and one without. Interestingly, Guillermo Del Toro’s script for the cinematic version of the team reportedly leaked online recently, and it included Zatanna. With a look like this, it’s hard to deny that Ana De Armas would fit perfectly in Justice League Dark. And after seeing the star in films like Blade Runner 2049 and Knives Out, she’s definitely got the range to deal with some of the darker elements involved with the supernatural team. You can see Ana De Armas as Zatanna below.
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Details regarding the Justice League Dark series are being kept under lock and key. J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot’s Head of Television Ben Stephenson are on board as executive producers, with the company’s Executive Vice President of Television, Rachel Rusch Rich, serving as an executive producer.
Warner Bros. has been trying to get a Justice League Dark movie off the ground for quite some time now. Guillermo del Toro and Doug Liman were previously attached to the project, but they both dropped out a few years ago. Additionally, the JLD character Swamp Thing had his own DC Universe series that was axed in June 2019 after just one season.
The Justice League Dark team was created by comic book writer Peter Milligan and artist Mikel Janín. The team made its debut in September 2011, consisting of characters like John Constantine, Madame Xanadu, Deadman, Shade, Zatanna and the Changing Man.
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