Although Black Adam, which will be released this year, will mark Hawkman's feature film debut, Hawkgirl appears to have been overlooked (or killed off).
The Question is an intriguing choice because he's not actually a superhero, but he was given new life through the Justice League Unlimited animated series.
Okay, so it's true that Plastic Man is somewhat of a joke, or at least he can be, but there is a lot of room for humour in this. A shape-shifting, nearly invulnerable elastic guy, Eel O'Brien, a former criminal, decides to use his new abilities (and viewpoint on life) to fight crime after receiving a weird chemical injection.
The Outsiders was a hidden group formed by Batman after he quit the Justice League. They were a collection of unrelated heroes who, at the time, didn't really fit into any particular category.
Martian Manhunter is a well-known member of the Justice League who also merits a stand-alone movie. In recent years, he has been demoted to the role of a supporting character for larger characters, such as Superman on Smallville or Batman in The Batman animated series.
Often incorrectly referred to as "Static Shock" by casual viewers of the animated series of the same name, Static (named Virgil Hawkins) is a Milestone hero that has made his way into the DC Universe on multiple occasions.
Fire (Beatriz da Costa) and Ice (Tora Olafsdotter) are two heroes who are frequently Justice League International members but are less well known to casual fans.
The Legion of Superheroes, a team of 31st-century heroes who come from various different planets but share one thing in common—Superman inspired them to be heroes—is a group that is frequently mistreated and misused in comic books.
We've been waiting a very long time for a new Green Lantern movie, even if there is a Green Lantern project for HBO Max in the works.