Guillermo Del Toro In Talks With A Writer For
HEAVEN SENT DARK UNIVERSE
In a video interview, the director confirms that he is indeed working on the DC "superhero" team up flick, and is talking to the "perfect" writer for the project. He also says that the working title is actually Dark Universe, and reveals some of the characters that will be involved..
In the following video interview Guillermo del Toro finally comes out and admits that he is working on a loose adaptation of the DC comic Justice League Dark. "I'm doing it", he says. "I'm writing an outline". Del Toro also reveals that he will be working with another writer who is "the perfect guy for the job" but won't reveal his name. He says that they really hope to do it but everything depends on a green-light from Warner Bros. Then, when asked about the characters involved Del Toro confirms that we will see the following..at least! - Swamp Thing, John Constantine, Deadman, Etrigan, Specter, Zatana and Zatara. Check out the video for yourselves..
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