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‘Titans’: Anna Diop Cast As Starfire In Live-Action Series For DC Digital Service
24: Legacy alumna Anna Diop has landed one of the leads, the series regular role of Starfire, in the new live-action series Titans, from Greg Berlanti, Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Sarah Schechter …
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Diop’s Starfire (aka Koriand’r) is an alien princess from a warrior planet who seeks asylum on Earth. A no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners stranger on our world, she has the ability to shoot energy bolts and fly. Searching for her place on Earth, she’ll come into contact with the Titans.

So Allura has a major crush on Shiro, right? And she finally decides it’s time to make her move.

The only problem is she has no idea how humans court?? So she thinks about it, tries to figure out if she should ask Coran if he knows anything, and then it hits her.

So she saunters up to Shiro, raises one eyebrow, and says, in the smoothest voice she can muster, “You’ve activated my particle barrier.”


Anna Diop set to play Starfire in live-action ‘Teen Titans’ show

Fresh off ‘24: Legacy,’ Anna Diop will be joining the live-action series adaption of DC’s ‘Teen Titans.’ According to Deadline, Diop will play Starfire (aka Koriand’r) an alien princess seeking asylum on Earth. Greg Berlanti, Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Sarah Schechter and Warner Bros TV are producing the series currently titled ‘Titans’ — but don’t expect to see it on the CW.

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Okay, quick answers to the most asked questions:

Rythian is a human boy who was taken by Endermen back to The End many years ago. There he was raised to learn how to use Endermagic and groomed to become the general/warlord in a future invasion of the Brightlands (the “normal” world).

When he was still very young he despaired at how different he looked to all the other Endermen so he took a knife and cut the sides of his cheeks open so would be able to have the wide mouth and angular jaw of an Enderman. He healed eventually but it left horrifying scars which he is ashamed of to this day. Hence the mask.

He eventually left The End behind and broke free from the Queen’s leadership and wandered the Brightlands. He met some friends, and met Zoey.

The way the story was going, they were going to discover Zoey’s origin in the Twilight Forest - she was the mushroom princess, rightful ruler of the Realm of Twilight. The original nuking of the original server made her lose her memory. With her gone, the barriers between worlds were fading, and Endermen managed to invade there as well, despite measures to stop that from happening (such as a realm-wide aura to stop their magic from working).

After restoring Zoey’s memory and “fixing” the realm, they were going to go back to the original place where the portal to the End was created (by Rythian’s scientist parents many years ago), go through, fight the Enderdragon (Queen of the End, aka The Princess from the short story) and win. More or less live happily ever after.

It all sounds a bit silly and dry when briefly summed up like this, but at least there’s some answers. I hope that satisfied a little bit at least. :)

Starfire Cast for DC’s “Titans”

Anna Diop (24: Legacy) will portray Starfire in DC’s live-action Titans. Starfire, aka Koriand’r, is an alien princess from a warrior planet who seeks asylum on Earth. She can fly and shoot energy bolts.

Diop joins fellow cast member Teagan Croft, who was cast as Raven a couple weeks ago. Titans will release on DC’s digital streaming network in 2018.

Deadline broke the news.

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Friendly reminder that POC are very much present in Celtic mythology and shouldn’t be erased from our studies and our heritage 🤗