Booster Gold, the glory hound hero from the future will soon get his day in the sun. The Booster Gold TV series based on the DC character will start filming in Los Angeles on July 8, 2024.

Created by Dan Jurgens, Booster Gold began as 25th century athlete Michael Jon Carter who gets caught cheating and is publicly disgraced. He becomes obsessed with 20th century superheroes while working as a watchman at the Metropolis Space Museum. Determined to become a superhero, Michael stole items from the museum to give him special abilities, then used Rip Hunter’s Time Sphere to travel back to the 20th century to be Booster Gold.

“Booster Gold is one of comics’ really popular cult heroes, he’s a fascinating guy, he’s a loser from the future who uses future technology to come back to the present day and become a superhero so that people will love him. It is basically a superhero story of imposter syndrome in an HBO Max series,” DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn said in a statement.

DC Studios has yet to announce who will play Booster Gold in the series. There are rumors that Chris Pratt has signed on for a DCU role, and given his portrayal as Peter Quill, taking the part of Booster Gold seems like a no-brainer – but there’s no confirmation yet.

The series is part of DC Studios’ new DC Universe headed by Gunn and co-CEO Peter Safran. Titled Chapter One: Gods and Monsters, it includes the movies Superman, The Brave and the Bold, Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, Swamp Thing, and The Authority, and the HBO Max television shows Waller, Booster Gold, Lanterns, Paradise Lost, and an animated Creature Commandos series.