Michael B. Jordan to Produce ‘Static Shock’ Film | The Express Tribune
Hollywood actor Michael B. Jordan is working to bring another black superhero to the big screen. According to a recent report Diversity, The actor is producing a film adaptation of the comic book static Shock Unveiled by Reginald Hudlin during August’s DC Fandmail.
“I am proud to be part of the creation of a new universe centered around Black superheroes; our community deserves it,” Jordan said in a statement. “The Outline Society is committed to bringing diverse comic book content to life on all platforms and we are excited to partner with Reggie and Warner Bros. on this initial step.”
Warner Bros.-Outside Society will have its creative center Fixed Facility. Static, aka Virgil Hawkins, was created in the 1990s by Milestone Media and DC Comics. The character is a teenager who transforms into a superhero with electromagnetic powers. a static Shock The animated series Kids aired on WB in the early 2000s and was one of the few superhero series starring the Black character.
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