It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Dua Lipa! Since arriving on the pop scene back in 2017, there is absolutely no doubt that the budding songstress has not only come into her but broken all boundaries that have come along with it. Dua’s second and most recent album, Future Nostalgia continued this trend by spawning an impressive list of six total singles back during the time it was released in 2020 and featured such hits as ‘Don’t Start Now’, ‘Physical’, ‘Break My Heart’, ‘Love Again’ and countless others.
While it seems like Dua is doing absolutely gangbusters in the pop music world, it is only natural for the young pop superstar to want to expand her already growing empire. With that, it was recently rumored that Dua Lip could have a very prominent role in an upcoming film for the DC Extended Universe.
While this is still very much all rumor and nothing can be confirmed whatsoever, it should be noted that according to Nacionflix, the noted Insider Deuxmoi, who was the first indication that Lady Gaga would be playing Harley Quinn in ‘Joker 2’, is guarnetting that the popular singer is in talks to star in a new DC Comics films, which will more than likely be a ‘Zatanna’ project. Once again, it should absolutely be noted that there has been no confirmation from Warner Bros. on this so all rumors should be taken with a grain of salt. As for the character itself, in the comic books, Zatanna is a superhero and magician who is one of the most powerful female characters in the DC library.
Fans cannot simply get enough of the aforementioned second album of Dua Lipa as one amateur reviewer had this to say about Future Nostalgia: “As Dua herself said she wanted to make a fun album and this is it. Most of the songs are uptempo, bright, or “fast”. There aren’t any slow songs here. With some of them, I can imagine a late 70’s to early 80s discotheque where people are dancing in a line, the room, dark, with bright, colorful, flashing lights. If there are any downsides I wish there were some slower, richer songs, but that’s OK. It would also be cool to have “extended” tracks going to 6 minutes or more. Overall, was worth the wait!”