A Tale of Two 'Justice League' Movies, One Animated and One Batfleck
First up is the live-action DC Justice League image that dropped like, yesterday. As you can see, Batfleck is successful in recruiting all of the heroes he approaches, including the surly Aquaman. SURPRISE!
Cyborg looks badass, Wonder Woman is gorgeous and powerful, The Flash is overwhelmed, and Aquaman is panty-meltingly sexy. Oooh! Batfleck! Are those Dwayne Wayne glasses on his cowl?
Next we have a clip from the DC animated Justice League Dark. This Justice League deals in supernatural entities. Well, those more supernatural than usual. This group has John Constantine (Matt Ryan), Batman (Jason O’Mara), Zatanna (Camilla Luddington), Swamp Thing (Roger R. Cross), Etrigan (Ray Chase), and Deadman(Nicholas Turturro).
When innocent civilians begin committing unthinkable crimes across Metropolis, Gotham City and beyond, Batman must call upon mystical counterparts to eradicate this demonic threat to the planet. Enter Justice League Dark, reluctantly led by the Hellblazer himself, John Constantine. Like Batman, Constantine is a cunning, often cynical loner who is the best at his chosen profession - but quickly realizes the sinister forces plaguing the planet will require help from other supernatural alliances. Forming a new “league” with sorceress Zatanna, otherworldly Deadman, and Jason Blood and his powerful alter ego Etrigan the Demon, this team of Dark Arts specialists must unravel the mystery of Earth’s supernatural plague and contend with the rising, powerful villainous forces behind the siege - before it’s too late for all of mankind.
Justice League Dark will be available in digital format on January 24 and Blu-Ray/DVD February 7 of this year. Justice League hits theaters November 17 of this year.
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