Geoff Johns

Johns in 2011 Geoffrey Johns (born January 25, 1973) is an American comic book writer, screenwriter, and film and television producer. Johns's work on the DC Comics characters Green Lantern, Aquaman, Flash, and Superman has drawn critical acclaim. He co-created the DC character Courtney Whitmore based on his deceased sister. He also expanded the Green Lantern mythology, adding in new concepts and co-creating numerous characters. Among the DC characters and concepts he co-created are Larfleeze, the Sinestro Corps, the Indigo Tribe, the Red Lantern Corps, Atrocitus, the Black Lantern Corps, Jessica Cruz, Hunter Zolomon, Tar Pit, Simon Baz, Bleez, Miss Martian, and Kate Kane.

He served as Chief Creative Officer (CCO) of DC Entertainment from 2010 to 2018 and as President and CCO from 2016 to 2018.

He is the co-founder and former co-chairman of DC Films and former co-runner of DC Extended Universe until 2018. In film, he was a producer or executive producer of ''Green Lantern'' (2011), ''Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'' (2016), ''Suicide Squad'' (2016), ''Wonder Woman'' (2017), ''Justice League'' (2017), ''Shazam!'' (2019), ''Birds of Prey'' (2020), co-wrote and produced the story for ''Aquaman'' (2018) and wrote the screenplay for ''Wonder Woman 1984'' (2020).

Johns' involvement with DC Entertainment as producer, writer and executive has helped turn the DC Extended Universe franchise into the eleventh-highest-grossing film franchise of all time, having grossed over $5.6 billion at the global box office. The franchise's highest-grossing film to date is ''Aquaman'', written and produced by Johns, which earned over $1.15 billion worldwide, becoming the highest-grossing DC film to date.

He co-developed the TV series ''The Flash'' (2014–2023), ''Titans'' (2018–2023), and ''Doom Patrol'' (2019–2023) and created and produced the TV series ''Batwoman'' (2019–2022), ''Stargirl'' (2020–2022) and ''Superman & Lois'' (2020–present). His other work in television includes writing and producing various episodes of ''Blade'', ''Smallville'' and ''Arrow''.

In 2018, he stepped down from his executive role at DC Entertainment to open a production company, Mad Ghost Productions, while continuing to work with Warner Bros on writing and producing film, television and comic book titles based on DC Extended Universe and other DC properties such as films ''Black Adam'' and ''Shazam! Fury of the Gods''. Provided by Wikipedia

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