Joss Whedon In Talks To Write & Direct Batgirl Movie

BatgirlNightwing isn’t the only member of the Bat Family who’s getting his own film, as Variety reports that The Avengers helmer Joss Whedon is in talks to write, direct and produce a standalone Batgirl movie set in the DC Extended Universe.

No further details about the Batgirl movie are known at this time besides the fact that it is said to feature “other characters from the world of Gotham,” as expected. Warner Bros. president and chief content officer Toby Emmerich is overseeing the project alongside DC Films co-heads Jon Berg and Geoff Johns.

The Batgirl movie is the latest in a long line of DC projects that are currently in various stages of development, including The Batman, Gotham City Sirens, Green Lantern Corps, The Flash, Shazam, Black Adam, Justice League Dark, Cyborg, Deadshot, Booster Gold/Blue Beetle along with sequels to Suicide Squad, Man of Steel and Justice League. Keep checking back for more updates on all of the above.

Source: Variety

Justice League Members Who Should Join The DCEU Next

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The Justice League isn’t limited to the six members we’ll see in Zack Snyder’s film later this year. The team has an expansive roster that features dozens of reserve characters ready to help the Justice League save the world on a moment’s notice.

With movies like the Green Lantern Corps and Shazam in the pipelines, it’s clear more heroes will be introduced to the DCEU soon. The Avengers featured a small team and it only grew as more characters were introduced into the Marvel movie universe. The Justice League is gonna need all the help it can get to fight Darkseid and keep the streets safe from lower-tier villains like Deathstroke and Joker.

Did I forget to include your favorite Justice League member? Well let me know in the comments why Fire and Firestorm are better choices.

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.