If people are looking to see DC put together a live-action superteam, they may not have to wait until the Justice League movie in 2017. New possible details are being reported regarding the previously announced The Titans television series at TNT, which if accurate show the project is well on its way to becoming a reality.
The Nerdist is reporting that they've obtained a draft of the pilot script to The Titans, written by Akiva Goldsman and Marc Haimes, which outlines not only who the team will be but also where they're at when the series begins. According to Nerdist, the Titans team will be comprised of Nightwing, Barbara Gordon, Raven, Starfire, Hawk and Dove.
According to the script The Nerdist claims to have read, Nightwing is been based in Boston working as a detective after leaving the side of Batman and ending his career as Robin.
Like Nightwing, Barbara Gordon past as Batgirl in referenced but in the present day of The Titans script she is restricted to a wheelchair due to an unrevealed injury. Nerdist says she's "the team's resident computer hacker," but doesn't carry a codename -- Batgirl, Oracle, or otherwise.
Hawk and Dove appear to be the Hank Hall and Dawn Granger itteration of their pairing according to Nerdist, with the script picking up on their comics romance. However, descriptions of their costumes don't match their familiar comic book versions.
Although Nerdist confirms both Raven and Starfire are a part of the Titans team, their reports indicate they only show up at the end of the pilot episode to tease more in future episodes. Beast Boy, who was mentioned in the announcement for TNT's The Titans, is not referenced at all in the pilot script Nerdist read, and neither is the long-standing member of comics' Titans, Cyborg, who obviously is unlikely to be a member of the team due to the character's upcoming debut as a featured player in DC's big screen cinematic Universe.
Nerdist also reported that there's no telltale signs that Titans is - or isn't - part of the interconnected universe shared by CW's The Flash and Arrow.