There’s several DC Comics film adaptations in the work, with most tried into the greater DCEU continuity that began with “Man of Steel” and continued through “Batman v Superman” and “Suicide Squad” along with the upcoming likes of “Wonder Woman” and more.
One film that’s NOT part of that continuity is “Booster Gold,” the story of the time-traveling DC comedy/action superhero and one which has ‘no connective tissue’ with the other films. “The Flash” and “Arrow” producer Greg Berlanti is behind the project. Now, “Thor” and “X-Men: First Class” screenwriter Zack Stentz has confirmed he’s currently penning the script for the film with a photo and a tweet referencing the character.
Created in 1986, Booster is a disgraced former football star turned museum security guard in the 25th century. He discovers a time machine, travels back to the 20th Century, and aims to use his knowledge of historical events and futuristic technology to act as a superhero. Along the way he eagerly embraces media attention and commercial endorsements.
— Zack Stentz (@MuseZack) September 15, 2016
That isn’t the only DC film-related social media post of note today. Actor Ray Fisher, who plays Cyborg in the upcoming films, has posted a photo of himself during his training regime whilst working on “Justice League”. Check that out below: