Batman: The Long Halloween, a comic strip inspired by Robert Pattinson’s film The Batman, is being adapted for the screen with two animated films, both of which will be released in 2021.
Warner Bros., which continued to carry DC’s beloved comic books to cinemas with films such as The Batman, Wonder Woman 1984, The Flash. in addition to these live-action films, which meet the audience on the screen, it continues to sign on to animated DC Films released directly on VOD (pay Watch) platforms.
DC has announced that animated films that will excite Batman fans will be released in 2021. The statement was confirmed by Matt Boomer at the DC FanDome panel held for the film Superman: Man of Tomorrow.
The first of these is the 13th Batman in the DC Universe. the animated film Batman: Soul of the Dragon. The story, set in the 1970s, is produced by Bruce Timm. In the animated film’s voice-over Cast, David Giuntoli voices Batman. He will also voice Michael Jai White Ben Turner, Mark Dacascos Richard Dragon, Kelly Hu Lady Shiva, James Hong O-Sensei’i and Josh Keaton also Jeffrey Burr.
The other film described in the panel is Justice Society: World War II. Matt Boomer jokingly testified that he would be in the film himself, saying they could hear a familiar voice from the Superman: Man of Tomorrow panel in the film. The film is scheduled to meet the audience in the spring of 2021.
Batman: The Long Halloween Will Meet The Audience Next Year
Batman: The Long Halloween movie is the most important production that intrigues everyone and raises expectations by being confirmed on the panel. It was announced that the film would be adapted in two parts. It was announced that the first part of the series would be released in the summer of 2021 and the second part in the fall.
The comic, written by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Tim Sale, was published in 1996. The Long Halloween chronicles the adventure in which Batman pursues a serial killer called Holiday Killer, who sacrifices someone on every important holiday day at the very beginning of his crime-fighting. Batman’s fight with Holiday intersects his path with other villainous characters such as Joker, Catwoman, Scarecrow, Calender Man, and Solomon Grundy.
The Long Halloween series is one of the series that also inspired Batman Begins and its sequel, The Dark Knight, which debuted in 2005. The series is also rumored to be the inspiration for the Matt Reeves-signed the Batman movie, which stars Robert Pattinson and is expected to be released next year.