Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Next DC Animated Film is Crisis! Plus, Public Enemies Clips!



Warner Home Video has released a statement that gives us a little look into the next DC Universe Animated Original Movie! The next project is called Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths.

Warner Home Video will distribute in Spring 2010 (finalizing date soon) an original story from award-winning animation/comics writer Dwayne McDuffie (Justice League) rooted in DC Comics' popular canon of Crisis stories.

Bruce Timm (Superman Doomsday, Green Lantern) is executive producer. Lauren Montgomery (Wonder Woman, Green Lantern) and Sam Liu (Superman/Batman: Public Enemies) are co-directors.

In Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, a "good" Lex Luthor arrives from an alternate universe to recruit the Justice League to help save his Earth from the Crime Syndicate, a gang of villainous characters with virtually identical super powers to the Justice League. What ensues is the ultimate battle of good versus evil in a war that threatens both planets and, through a diabolical plan launched by Owlman, puts the balance of all existence in peril.

All-star voice cast led by Mark Harmon (NCIS) as Superman, James Woods (Ghosts of Mississippi) as Owlman, Chris Noth (Sex and the City, Law & Order) as Lex Luthor, William Baldwin (Dirty Sexy Money) as Batman, Gina Torres (Serenity, Firefly) as Super Woman and Bruce Davison (X-Men) as the President.





And don't forget that Superman/Batman: Public Enemies will be released in a few weeks on September 29. Here are a few video clips to get you in the mood:



2 comments:

Bleak5170 said...

Really looking forward to Crisis. You can't go wrong when you have two of the guys responsible for brilliant the Justice League cartoon, working on this.

Orphen said...

I can't wait for Superman/Batman Public Enemies, these clips were good also. I am also excited that the next movie will have the Justice League, which I thought they needed to have several of these movies by now (like marvel did with Avengers and having technically three movies if you count the next avengers), but regardless I'm sure it will be good.