Lewis Tan, who appeared briefly as Shatterstar in Deadpool 2, has met with DC Entertainment about an upcoming project on DC Universe.
On Twitter, Tan praised a "great meeting" with DC Entertainment and teased that he'll soon follow in the footsteps of his father, action director and stuntman Philip Tan. "My father started in this business with Tim Burton's Batman, soon will be full circle," he wrote. The post also included a photo of him standing next to the DC logo with several comic books in his hand, including a Batman trade and 100 Bullets.
In his post, Tan also tagged DC Universe, DC Entertainment's upcoming streaming service. However, he didn't clarify what DC Universe project the meeting was about. The comics in his hands and the reference to his father's work on Batman may provide some hints as to what it could be.
In addition to Swamp Thing from filmmaker James Wan, DC Universe is also producing a live-action Titans series, a continuation of fan-favorite animated series Young Justice — called Young Justice: Outsiders — and a live-action Doom Patrol series. An animated Harley Quinn series, with Margot Robbie expected to reprise her role as the title character, and a live-action series titled Metropolis, following the adventures of Lois Lane and Lex Luthor, are also in development.
Poised to become the premier location to stream DC-inspired films and TV series, DC Universe is scheduled to launch by the end of summer 2018.