Millennium Media announced today that British actor Hannah John-Kamen has been tapped for the title role in the Joey Soloway helmed RED SONJA.

Celebrities attend ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ film premiere. Featuring: Hannah John-Kamen Where: Hollywood, California, United States When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Brian To/

RED SONJA is based on the sword and sorcery comic book of the same name by Dynamite Entertainment. Based on the heroine created by Robert E Howard and adapted by Roy Thomas. Joey Soloway (Transparent) has also written the screenplay with Tasha Huo (Netflix’s Tomb Raider).

Avi Lerner, Boaz Davidson, and Trevor Short from Millennium Media are Executive Producers. Luke Lieberman on behalf of Red Sonja LLC, Nick Barrucci on behalf of Dynamite Entertainment, and Dorothy Canton are also Executive Producers. Producers on behalf of Millennium Media include Yariv Lerner, Jeffrey Greenstein, Jonathan Yunger, Les Weldon, Joe Gatta, and Tanner Mobley.

Hannah John-Kamen has garnered international critical acclaim for her work across television, film and stage, working with some of the most prolific and respected names in the industry. She recently wrapped production on Resident Evil: Welcome to Racoon City and has starred in the Netflix Original series The Stranger, Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One and Marvel’s Ant-Man and The Wasp.

1 Comment

  • jack

    May 8, 2021 - 6:31 am

    Nope, don’t like the director, thought Sonja was like Batman and Deadpool

    Don’t like the writer, too little experienced and thinks Hyrkania can be anything she wants in spite of established canon of Robert E Howard and decades of comics.

    Don’t like the casting, if anything like Howard’s Hyrkania she’d be something between Slavic (Red Sonya of Rogatino the character Thomas used as template) and Mongolian which would be closer to Howard’s Hyrkania.

    This team doesn’t care.

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