AceShowbiz - Here are your Hawk and Dove, guys! "Titans" has just dropped another moody first look at the upcoming live-action series' heroes, and now it's time for Alan Ritchson's Hawk and Minka Kelly's Dove to steal the spotlight.
The picture sees Hawk, played by "Smallville" alum Ritchson, standing against a cloudy background. He wears his updated supersuit, which was designed by Laura Jean Shannon, whose credits include "Iron Man", "The Jungle Book" and "Black Lightning". His costume is so dope, making fans further anticipate the new DC superheroes series.
Standing right next to him is Kelly's Dove. Her dark blue costume features a beautiful wings ornament on its shoulder as well as a feather-like details on the chest. She also dons her signature glasses, while styling her blonde locks in a loose ponytail.
Following the release of Hawk and Dove's first-look photo, fans quickly take to Twitter to gush over the stellar designs of the duo's costumes. "HAWK AND DOVE! The more I see from the TITANS series, the more excited I get...! @JonSchnepp @enthusiamy @robertliefeld," a fan writes. Another fan adores the costumes equally, writing, "Robin and Hawk and Dove. I dig it. Now show me Starfire and Raven. #Titans."
"Ok that live action Titans show ain't playing around. First that Robin costume and now this Hawk and Dove look?" another fan says. Similarly, another fan writes, "HAWK AND DOVE FROM TITANS! Loving all the costumes so far. I think her mask is a bit big, but man, all of this looks f***ing awesome in my opinion."
Ok that live action Titans show ain't playing around. First that Robin costume and now this Hawk and Dove look? pic.twitter.com/sRfpLIGteh— Adam P. Knave (@adampknave) December 15, 2017
HAWK AND DOVE FROM TITANS! Loving all the costumes so far. I think her mask is a bit big, but man, all of this looks fucking awesome in my opinion. pic.twitter.com/CgHSHRI3G8— UltraSargent (@UltraSargent) December 15, 2017
Hawk and Dove first appeared in DC comics in 1968. On "Titans", they will join a slew of DC Comics' young superheroes, such as Starfire (Anna Diop) and Raven (Teagan Croft), to form a fearless band of new heroes. The cast also includes Lindsey Gort ("The Carrie Diaries") and Ryan Potter ("Big Hero 6") who have been tapped to play Amy Rohrbach and Beast Boy respectively.
Akiva Goldsman and Geoff Johns serve as executive producers alongside Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter. Johns, Berlanti and Goldman also pen the script for the live-action series. "Titans" live-action TV series is slated to debut next year on DC's upcoming streaming service.