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DC’s ‘Wonder Twins’ Movie for HBO Max to Be Written and Directed by ‘Black Adam’s’ Adam Sztykiel

Click here to read the full article. DC’s “Wonder Twins” are getting the feature film treatment, with a new live-action movie in the works for HBO Max. Warner Bros has hired Adam Sztykiel, who worked on the upcoming “Black Adam,” starring Dwayne Johnson, to write and direct the movie, based on the DC characters. Temple Hill’s Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey will produce the project. “Wonder Twins” follows a pair of alien siblings named Zan and Jayna who hail from the planet Exxor, and have a pet space monkey named Gleek. First seen in Hanna-Barbera’s 1977 animated TV series “All-New Super Friends...
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‘Wonder Twins’ DC Movie in the Works With Adam Sztykiel to Write, Direct (Exclusive)

Warner Bros. is activating the power of the Wonder Twins. The Burbank-based studio has hired Adam Sztykiel, who worked on the upcoming Black Adam, to write and direct an original live-action feature for HBO Max based on the DC characters.More from The Hollywood ReporterAMC Theatres Takes Over Former Cinemark Cinema Lease in ChicagoOscars: Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes to HostCanadian Screen Awards: Dramedy 'Sort Of' Leads With 13 Nominations Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey of Temple Hill — the prolific banner whose credits range from The Twilight Saga and The Maze Runner to The Fault in Our Stars and Love,...
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‘Black Adam’ Scribe Adam Sztykiel To Write & Direct ‘Wonder Twins’ Film For HBO Max

Veteran writer-producer Adam Sztykiel (Black Adam, Scoob!) has been tapped to write and direct an original, live-action Wonder Twins film, based on the DC comics characters of the same name, for HBO Max, Deadline has confirmed. Details with regard to the film’s plot are being kept under wraps. But the Wonder Twins are a pair of shape-shifting alien siblings named Zan and Jayna that were first introduced in the 1970s via Hanna-Barbera’s animated television series The All-New Super Friends Hour. Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey will produce the upcoming film for Temple Hill. Sztykiel most recently wrote Warner Bros.’ DC superhero pic Black Adam,...
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Adam Sztykiel Will Direct a Wonder Twins Movie For HBO Max

Adam Sztykiel Will Direct a Wonder Twins Movie For HBO Max. Late last year, HBO Max lost the Blue Beetle movie to Warner Bros.’ theatrical side. However, the streaming service now has another DC original film lined up. Via The Hollywood Reporter, HBO Max has ordered a Wonder Twins movie with Adam Sztykiel signed to write and direct the film.
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Wonder Twins Movie, Activate! Adam Sztykiel Will Write And Direct The DC Film

Wonder Twin power, activate! Form of ... a live-action movie?! According to The Hollywood Reporter, the sibling superheroes will soon star in their own live-action film written and directed by Adam Sztykiel, who also worked on the upcoming "Black Adam" film starring Dwayne Johnson. The Wonder Twins first became popular as the younger teammates of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman on Hanna-Barbera's "The All-New Super Friends Hour" in 1977, though their popularity spiked again in the early 2000s due to some snarky shorts on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim, poking fun at the duo's hilariously mismatched powers. Over the years, they've appeared in the "Super Friends" comic and on episodes of "Teen Titans Go!", "Smallville," and "The Flash." Now they're getting a movie all of their very own, exclusively for HBO Max.
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‘Rampage’ Screenwriter Adam Sztykiel Lists 1920s Spanish Revival in Los Feliz

Screenwriter and producer Adam Sztykiel, perhaps best known for films like the 2008 romcom “Made of Honor,” the mid-aughts NBC sitcom “Undateable,” and the Dwayne Johnson-starrer “Rampage,” is looking to write himself out of a bespoke Spanish-style estate in Los Angeles. Sztykiel and his wife, podcaster Ellie Knaus, paid $3.6 million for the property back in 2017, so they stand to turn a respectable profit on the house, should it sell for anywhere near the $4.4 million offer price.
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