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POLL: Who Should Play Live-Action Zatanna?

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Who should play Zatanna in live action?

This week brought potentially exciting news that Warner Bros. was advancing in the development of a live action film centered on the magical superhero Zatanna Zatara, which would be separated from the next Justice League series produced by Bad Robot on HBO Max. ComingSoon.net has assembled a list of potential actresses for playing the DC Comics character and is asking our readers to vote in the poll below on who they think would be most appropriate!

Vote in the poll below or let us know in the comments if you don’t see the star of your dreams on the list!

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Who should play Zatanna for live action?

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Created by Gardner Fox and Murphy Anderson, Zatanna Zatara made her first appearance in the Hawkman comics in November 1964. She is the daughter of a famous stage magician named Giovanni Zatara, who debuted during the Golden Age of Comics. Naturally, Zatanna inherited her father’s magical powers and career as a professional stage magician. Some of its legal powers are the ability to control the elements, telekinesis, telepathy, teleportation and manipulation of reality.

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Even though she hasn’t made her film debut yet, she made her first appearance on the popular DC Smallville series and was played by Serinda Swan. However, DC fans have become familiar with her through her appearances in various animated series, such as Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, Justice League Unlimited and Young Justice, as well as on the latest TV shows DC Super Hero Girls and Harley Quinn.

If Zatanna’s solo film were later confirmed by Warner Bros., it would officially become part of the studio’s growing list of live action projects, including James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, Matt Reeves’ The Batman, The Batman, The Flash, Dwayne, by Andy Muschietti. Johnson’s Black Adam, Ava DuVernay’s New Gods and more.

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