Steven Spielberg and Amblin Entertainment are working together again with Warner Bros. Pictures to produce the action adventure "Blackhawk" based on the eponymous DC Comics series.
Spielberg also has an eye on directing the film, Warner Bros. Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich said in a Tuesday announcement
The move follows "Ready Player One," a collaboration between Spielberg – Amblin-Warner Bros. and Marks the Film Director's First DC Feature
Blackhawk is the leader of a small group of pilots who fight tyranny and oppression – including the Axis powers and various super villains – while operating from a hidden base which is known only as "Blackhawk Island" in 1
Blackhawk was created by comic legends Chuck Cuidera, Bob Powell and Will Eisner for quality comics. The characters and concepts were sold to DC after Quality had ceased publication in 1956.
"We are so proud to be the studio behind Steven Spielberg's latest hit and are excited to be working with him on this new action adventure," said Emmerich on Tuesday. "We can not wait to see what new direction he will take when he introduces Blackhawk to the worldwide cinema audience."
The screenplay for "Blackhawk" was written by David Koepp, who played with Spielberg on blockbuster "Jurassic Park," "The Lost World: Jurassic Park, "War of the Worlds" and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal" has worked Skull.
Spielberg will co-produce the film with Kristie Macosko Krieger under the banner of Amblin Entertainment, while Sue Kroll becomes executive producer under her Kroll & Co. entertainment shingle.
"It was wonderful working with the team at Warner Bros., to & # 39; Ready Player One & # 39; Spielberg said, adding, "They bring a mix of passion and professionalism to everything they do and have a tremendous history in this genre. I'm looking forward to seeing you again & # 39; Blackhawk & # 39; hold true.
Spielberg's next two films are the fifth installment of the Indiana Jones franchise and "West Side Story."
"Blackhawk" is distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company
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