Injustice movie plot details and cast announced

NetherRealm Studios’ take on the DC Universe with Injustice: Gods Among Us has quickly become one of the most popular of the past decade, and fans will soon be able to experience its story in a new way.

An Injustice animated film is coming out this year, and Hollywood journalist got their hands on new details regarding the film’s plot and the starry voice cast.

As for the script, the new darker world adaptation of Injustice would be taken from both the original game and Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year One comic run detailing Superman’s downfall.

The Joker succeeds in one of his most deadly and consistent ploys, having Superman kill Lois Lane and destroy Metropolis.

The Man of Steel obviously doesn’t take it well and builds his own “protect the earth” regime with whatever means necessary while Batman and other members of the Justice League go their separate ways to start a resistance to stop them. old friends.

No mention is made of the alternate reality versions of the characters joining the fight like the first game.

Sadly, the video game voice cast will not be reprising their roles for the film, which means no Kevin Conroy Batman, Richard Epcar Joker, or George Newbern Superman, but you will likely still recognize many names in the film.

Lead roles are played by Justin Hartley (Smallville, This is Us) as Superman and Anson Mount (Star Trek, The Evil Within) as Batman while the rest of the cast include Gillian Jacobs as Harley Quinn, Kevin Pollak as Joker, Laura Bailey as Lois Lane, Brandon Michael Hall as Cyborg, Brian T. Delaney as Green Lantern, Edwin Hodge as Mr. Terrific and Killer Croc, Oliver Hudson as Plastic Man, Yuri Lowenthal as Mirror Master, Flash and Shazam, Derek Phillips as Nightwing and Aquaman, Anika Noni Rose as Catwoman, Reid Scott as Green Arrow, Janet Varney as Wonder Woman and Fred Tatasciore as Captain Atom.

Injustice currently doesn’t have a set release date, but it’s slated for release this fall.

The first trailer for the film will be included as a bonus in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two, which releases on July 27.

Image via The Hollywood Reporter and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

Andrea G. Henderson