8-Minute First Look Featurette for D.C.’s Justice League: War


Superman in Justice League War

Warner Bros. and their comic book buddies at D.C. may be taking it slow with that live-action “Justice League” movie, but they’re still moving full-steam ahead with their line of original animated movies based on popular D.C. comic book stories. With “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox” set for later this month on DVD/Blu-ray, the studios are already looking ahead to their next release, “Justice League: War”. If you happen to grab “The Flashpoint Paradox” when it hits stores, you’ll also be getting a behind-the-scenes featurette for the making of “War” on the disc.

You can check out that big 8-minute preview below, check it outers.

“Justice League: War” finds the D.C. universe’s biggest superheroes teaming up for the very first time to fight an impending alien invasion of Earth, led by the dangerous Darkseid. It’s basically what D.C. recently did by rebooting their entire comic book line — starting from scratch. So if you’ve seen the previous “Justice League” animated movies, this one will look very different.

“Justice League: War” will star the voices of Jason O’Mara as Batman, Alan Tudyk as Superman, Michelle Monaghan as Wonder Woman, Justin Kirk as Green Lantern, Christopher Gorham as The Flash, and Shemar Moore as Cyborg.

Look for it in 2014.

Via : Comic Book Therapy

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  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

    Can’t wait for this!! I saw Flashpoint Paradox over the wekend and good lord was it awesome! Best animation so far, an incredible alternate reality story, and some seriously brutal fights and scenes. Review to come!!

    • Aegon the Conqueror

      That’s good to hear. I’ve been looking forward to it almost as much as dark knight returns part 2. Superman vs the elite and unbound were a bit disappointing.

      • Nathan Summers

        Flashpoint Paradox is definitely for the bigger kids

      • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

        See I can’t agree with you on that. I like both Unbound and Elite. Elite because it was always one of my favorite stories and they did a decent job adapting it. Unbound was okay but definitely could’ve stood a bit more Superman vs Brainiac action in it. For the most part I’ve liked all of their animated films. Even the ones that weren’t great. I’d really like to see them take on some Elseworlds stories though.