Batman Long Halloween Becomes Dcau Film

Warner Bros. Animation has revealed its lineup of DC animated features for 2021 as part of a panel for their newest title “Superman: Man of Tomorrow” which was released digitally this past weekend.

The already announced “Batman: Soul of the Dragon” will kick things off in early 2021, but at DC FanDome over the weekend it was revealed that the next film after that will be “Justice Society: World War II” – a movie looking at the Justice Society of America, the first-ever superhero team.

Then, spread across the back half of 2021, will come a two-part animated adaptation of one of the most celebrated Batman storylines of all time – “Batman: The Long Halloween”.

Each part will be released a few months apart (one in the Summer, one in the Fall) and nicely service the launch of Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” in October 2021, a film which seems to take a bit of influence from that comic story and its follow-up “Dark Victory”.

Source: Superhero Hype

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