(This will be the last solo movie about a member of the original Power Crew I'll make.)
Derren Crest has a lot of things to ponder, about everything that has happened to him from when he first discovered his powers to now, all the allies he's made and the ones he's lost, being dead for a short while then coming back, how now everyone across the globe knows who he is and what he can do and all the enemies he has made. He decides the path he had chosen in becoming a superhero has become way too much for him handle now and he is now considering putting everything behind and retire in order to have the normal life he never considered having. Until an old ally asks him for a peculiar favor that will lead to a series of events that will pull Derren back into the game as the world as he knows it now needs him more than ever.
MPAA Rating: Rated R for violence and language throughout.
(Side note: While still maintaining the comedic elements of the previous titles, this will be the more dramatic title in the Dark Shield series.)
Derren Crest/Dark Shield - Main protagonist, A slacker daydreamer turned superhero with explosive melee and invulnerability.
Dr. Curtis Donovan - A molecular biologist who once teamed up with Derren in the past (that being the events of Dark Shield: No More Games) who now is looking to create a formula that can cure any and all diseases and that can also enhance the human race's physical capability. He gradually becomes the film's primary antagonist as he develops an intense God complex over this ambition.
Charlie Wick - Secondary antagonist, a hotheaded lone mercenary with a jet-black sense of humor who is trying to steal Donovan's formula and sell it to the world's biggest crime lords.
Chelsea Hudson - An overzealous and nosy investigative journalist who's trying to expose any corruption in the field of medical research.
J.L. Christopherson - No nonsense taking billionaire CEO of a mega-successful biotechnology company and the US government's bioweapons contractor.
Agent Joshua Renfeld - A rookie homeland security agent assigned to observe Christopherson and Donovan's progress.
Anthony Hudson - Chelsea's physically challenged young son.
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