Now I got this idea after adding my two cents to the discussion about Shazam (which I know to a lot of you is probably wouldn't qualify as a lesser known character but he wasn't someone I was that very well versed with upon first hearing about him). With their incredible iconic status characters like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and The Flash often take centre stage for DC projects so I thought it would be fun to see if the head honcho's over at WB's and DC were gonna let you make a movie but their only request was that you used a character who hadn't already had a movie or tv show who would you go for? I will start us off, my pick would be.....Catman Upon reading about this character I have to admit I found him far more interesting than expected. His story starts off as nothing more than a throwaway Batman villain. But eventually, Blake left the villain game and became a couch potato. Then he's later being shown as a pathetic, overweight loser who was looked down upon by other villains. After a failed attempt at suicide, he returned to Africa and began living with a pride of lions. He lost weight, and regained his sense of self-worth and fighting skills, becoming even more than the warrior he had previously been. Now I if I was to describe Shazam as a the superhero movie meets Big then I honestly think if done right you could have a superhero movie meets Rocky sort of feel for this one. Stage one is that time where he's a wild young man. We've all done things we regret at a younger age so I think with care you could spin his initial villain run as either a fell in with the wrong crowd type or even show what he is now being a twisted side effect of his upbringing (initially wanting to be like Batman but criminal parents/guardians pushing him in the other direction) Stage two can show us the effects of how living his earlier life have left him now. With a criminal record, his body extremely beat up and overweight this could easily function as the turning point for the character as he realises the error of his ways after a failed suicide attempt as his way out. Stage three you have Catman rebuilding himself mentally and physically before having to take to the streets for a mission where he moves from his former villainous role to more of an anti-hero. Would you watch a Catman movie? I look forward to hearing your ideas of who you would pick.