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Fan-favorite and loved DC heroic character “Blue Beetle” is finally making his way to the world of live-action next year with the debut of this new feature film. The “Cobra Kai” star “Xolo Maridueña” is all set to lead the movie as “Jaime Reyes” and fans have been openly and evidently ecstatic to see what he now does with the role. One hasn’t seen a lot from the Blue Beetle just yet, but Warner Bros. has now given the fans a glimpse at the film’s official logo.

Warner Bros. took to the stage at the CinemaCon 2022 in Las Vegas on Monday night, where‘s Cam Bonomolo is in attendance, and revealed some subtle information about several movies that are set to hit the big screen over the coming next couple of years. During a sizzle reel, the studio is said to have flashed the first logo for the Blue Beetle.

Blue Beetle is said to be not only an interesting project because of its lead character and also a compelling cast, but also because it has received a promotion of sorts during the promotion process. The film was originally said to be released on the HBO Max but Warner Bros. had made the decision to instead send Blue Beetle to the theatres themselves.

Maridueña is said to star in the Blue Beetle alongside of “Susan Sarandon”, “Bruna Marquezine”, and “Belissa Escobedo”. The film is currently being directed by “Angel Manuel Sota” with a script from writer “Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer”.

DC’s new live-action Blue Beetle film is all set to hit the theatres on the 18th of August, 2023.

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