Michael B. Jordan to Help Build a ‘New Universe’ of Black Superheroes With ‘Static Shock’

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Michael B. Jordan is set to debut a new group of black superheroes. black Panther Starr will help create a “new universe” as he serves as a producer on DC’s upcoming static Shock film.

static Shock Reginald Hudlin was first revealed during the DC Fandom in August. Jordan will produce through his Outline Society production banner.

Jordan said in a statement, “I am proud to have created a new universe, centered around black superheroes. Our community deserves this.” Hollywood reporter. “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.”

Static was first introduced in 1993 by Milestone Comics, a company founded by black writers and artists, aimed at making comics more inclusive for people of color. It was distributed by DC.

Jordan’s participation is an opportunity for them to get involved in franchise construction, first static Shock The film became a hit.

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