IGN has debuted the first trailer for the DC animated film Batman vs. Two-Face, the sequel to Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders.
Batman vs. Two-Face features the late Adam West in his final portrayal of the Dark Knight. West died at the age of 88 after suffering from leukemia in early June. The film follows the caped crusader as he goes up against Two-Face voiced by William Shatner. The script written by Michael Jelenic and James Tucker is based on the unproduced scripts written by Harlan Ellison for a two part episode of the 1966 Batman show titled “The Two-Way Crimes of Two-Face”.
You can check out the debut trailer below.
The film features the voice cast of Adam West as Bruce Wayne, Julie Newmar as Selina Kyle (Catwoman), Burt Ward as Dick Grayson (Robin), and William Shatner as Harvey Dent (Two-Face).
According to Best Buy, the film is set to arrive on Blu-Ray and DVD on October 17, 2017, however, this has yet to be officially confirmed by Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment.
Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on Batman vs. Two-Face as we learn it.
5 Things We Want To See In ‘Flashpoint’
With DC revealing that the upcoming Flash movie will be titled Flashpoint, fans are wracking their brains trying to figure out what will happen. While the story is famous for rebooting the DC universe before the New 52 initiative, the series is chop full of awesome moments. The book is full of awesome alternate versions of characters and emotional moments that ground the universe-changing story in a deeply personal core narrative. For those who don’t know, Flashpoint follows what happens after Barry Allen travels back in time to save his mother on the night of her murder. When he returns to the present, he finds that everything he’s ever known is different and he’s even lost his powers.
It might not be the perfect story to introduce people to the larger Flash universe, but I trust Geoff Johns. Now that the plot seems to be a bit more set and the film has officially added its directors, DC might have something special on its hands. If Warner Bros. chooses to introduce an alternate version of the DC Extended Universe to the bigscreen, there’s no one I’d rather explore it with than Flash. Barry Allen is the heart and soul of the DCU, so it’s only fitting to watch him try and inject some light into a dark version of his home.
Hit Next to learn about the five things we want to see in Flashpoint.