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Entertainment ’12 Years A Slave’ Screenwriter John Ridley Teases Black Batman In Upcoming Comic Series

00:17  24 august  2020
00:17  24 august  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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John Ridley suggested that his upcoming four-issue, limited series John Ridley , the writer of 12 Years a Slave and creator of the TV series American Crime, hinted that the four-issue DC Comics mini- series he's writing about Batman will likely feature a person of color donning the iconic cowl, per

John Ridley , the screenwriter behind “ 12 Years a Slave ,” teased a person of color Batman in his comic version of the DC Comics star. Ridley ’s upcoming comic book, slated to come out in January, will focus more on Wayne Enterprises president and CEO Lucius Fox and his family.

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A new Batman project promises to put a whole new spin on the iconic character, with the Caped Crusader to be a person of colour for the first time ever.

News coming from this weekend's DC FanDome event confirmed that screenwriter John Ridley (who won the 2014 Oscar in the Best Adapted Screenplay category for "12 Years a Slave") will be writing a four-part Batman comic series that will likely feature the first Black Batman.

During a FanDome conversation, reported Polygon, Ridley wouldn't entirely confirm that his Batman would be Black, but he certainly hinted at the possibility.

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“I think it’s a pretty safe bet that if I’m writing Batman, it’s probably a little better than a 47-per-cent chance he’s going to be a person of colour,” said Ridley.

Ridley offered even more evidence by confirming the four-episode limited series would focus on the family of Lucius Fox, head of Wayne Enterprises (played by Morgan Freeman in Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy).

“But he [Fox] has a family and this is a family that has secrets, has kept secrets from one another,” Ridley explained. “It’s a little bit different dynamic than the Batman that we’ve always seen.”

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As DC Comics fans already know, the character's son, Lucas Fox, is already a costumed vigilante known as Batwing, leading to speculation that he'll upgrade to the full batsuit.

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John Ridley , the Academy Award-winning screenwriter of 2013's " 12 Years a Slave ," is reportedly working with Marvel Television on a potential series , according to a Friday report from Entertainment Weekly. It's described as "reinventing an existing Marvel superhero character or property for ABC

Ridley wrote 12 Years a Slave on spec for McQueen after they both agreed it was well past time for a major feature film about the experience of being a slave How have you been handling the response to the film? John Ridley : It's odd, because I think under different circumstances with a different film

Ridley’s new Batman series is scheduled to debut in January 2021.


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