New Project for Allan Heinberg
Allan Heinberg is here with a new project that will surely awaken your inner nerd out!
The 51-year old screenwriter, comic and television writer, producer and icon is back with a new project. Heinberg is famous for Wonder Woman. The iconic film that started it all, helping bring out female supHeinbergerheroes from the decade-old shells they’ve been stored on. Although he’s not working with DC on this certain project, every nerd should still be happy. In contrast to his WW film writing on DCEU, Heinberg is now working on a television series with Marvel’s superheroines.
Heinberg, TV, and Marvel
There’s no doubt that Heinberg is famous for blockbuster Wonder Woman. In addition to that, he also has an active writing career for the small screen and Marvel. His projects in the MCU include Young Avengers, co-writing Avengers: The Children’s Crusade with Jim Cheung. With that comes a line of writing and producing credits on Grey’s Anatomy, Looking, Gilmore Girls and many more.
This isn’t the first time Heinberg is working with ABC. He’s worked on Shondaland and with ABC Studios for more than a decade. Things are being kept under tight wraps, this is Marvel after all. Keep and stay calm because he’s concocting this series with Jeph Loeb of Marvel Television. That’s a good sign, right?
This is also not ABC’s first time producing a Marvel series. The network is home for Agents of Shield, the short-run Agent Carter, and The Gifted. Is it time to bring up the fact that Inhumans exists?
Change in Spotlight
The series is not on the famous superheroines in the Marvel Universe. The TV series is centered on characters rarely heard off. Unless you’re an avid comic book fan or a friend of one who won’t stop talking about, chances are you haven’t heard of these names yet. A-Force, Lady Liberators and Fearless Defenders are only a few of the potential female characters that might appear in the series.
All in all, it’s a promising future for Marvel fans and TV addicts alike. For girls and boys to have female figures to look up to. With Allan Heinberg in charge, there’s hope that this series won’t end up like Inhumans. Hopefully.