Naomi - Ava DuVernay develops the TV series for The CW

Naomi - Ava DuVernay develops the TV series for The CW
Naomi, the character created by Brian M. Bendis, David F. Walker and Jamal Campbell, will be the protagonist of a TV series for The CW that continues to revolutionize its programming and its proposal linked to DC characters, moving further and further away from the tradition of he left.

The TV series will be developed by Emmy winning director Ava DuVernay who is heavily involved in DC related projects. In fact, the film is being developed for WarnerMedia, paired with Tom King (Batman), starring the New Gods, while for HBO Max he is developing the TV series DMZ, inspired by Brian Wood's Vertigo series of the same name and designed by the Italian Riccardo Burchielli.

Naomi will follow the story of the protagonist in a small town in the northwest of the United States. When a supernatural event undermines the peace of the city, the girl will search for her origins and discover that everything we know about the heroes may not correspond to reality.



DuVernay will be executive producer and co-writer with Jill Blankesnhip (Arrow). Sarah Bremner and Paul Garnes will produce the series for Array Filmworks owned by the same director.

Who is Naomi?

Naomi was one of the first characters created in 2018 by Brian M. Bendis , along with David F. Walker and Jamal Campbell, just arrived in DC for the Wonder Comics line. She starred in a 6-issue miniseries and then appeared in Superman and Young Justice.

The series will be re-launched in January in volume by Panini DC Italia.

At launch, Bendis pointed out that one of the aspects that differentiates Naomi from other DC heroes is the fact that her adventures are set in a small, real town, unlike the fictional big cities of the DC Universe such as Metropolis, Gotham, Metropolis, Gotham, Star City or Coast City.

We remind you that a new TV series is also being developed for The CW starring the Brazilian Wonder Girl Yara Flor.

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