“Naomi”: the black heroine will win the television series from the director of “New Gods”; Check out!

According to Deadline, director Ava Duvernay (“New Gods”) has signed a contract with the CW to adapt the “Naomi” comics to a television series.

DuVernay will write and produce the attraction in partnership with screenwriter Jill Blankenship, who will also act as executive producer.

For those who don’t know, the original comic book was written by Brian Michael Bendis, David F. Walker and Jamal Campbell, and accompanies a young alien who comes to our Earth to protect her from a genocide that destroyed her world. native.

On his Twitter profile, DuVernay celebrated the news by saying:

“I thank DC Comics for believing in this vision. Great Barda, Zee Hernandez, and now, Naomi. DC’s third project at Array Now. Work hard to bring these girls to the screens. I also thank Brian Michael Bendis, David F. Walker and my script partner, Jill Blankenship, for working alongside me on the series. I love it. “

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Thank you @DCComics for believing in the vision. Bard. Zee Hernandez. Now, Naomi. The third DC project for @ARRAYNow. Work hard to bring these women to the screen. Thanks to @BrianMBendis @ DavidWalker1201 + my writing partner Jill Blankenship for joining me on NAOMI. Like the. pic.twitter.com/0ZXoGYsOik

– Ava DuVernay (@ava) December 4, 2020

Check out the adaptation synopsis:

“Naomi” will show the journey of a teenage girl who leaves her small town to the far reaches of the multiverse. When a supernatural event shakes her homeland, the young woman sets out to discover her origins … But her discoveries will call into question everything we believe about our heroes.

And the best part is that the series will be part of the same universe as “Painkiller”; upcoming spin-offs of “Black Ray” and “Wonder Girl”; series already confirmed on the Brazilian Wonder Woman.

As of yet, more details have not been revealed, so there is no information on the cast, directorial contenders, and no preview of the debut.

Meanwhile, DuVernay is focusing on adapting “New Gods”.

Last year, the filmmaker confirmed the presence of villainous Darkseid, as well as the Female Furies.


“Darkseid is present”.

Darkseid is. #AskAva https://t.co/ypbVCXZ1je

– Ava DuVernay (@ava) July 30, 2019

“How could a fan of respect for Barda not include the Women’s Furies?” I can’t wait for them ”.

How could a self-respecting Barda fan not include the Furies ?! I can’t wait for them. #AskAva https://t.co/83zD6PeFBx

– Ava DuVernay (@ava) July 30, 2019

Recalling that the long-awaited adaptation of the will explore the invisible corners of the cosmos, accompanying Darkseid, Orion and the Grand Bard.

For now, major details are kept under wraps and there is still no preview for the adaptation.

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