Check out two new clips from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s upcoming direct-to-video animated superhero film “Justice League Throne of Atlantis,” featuring DC characters in their all-new 52-inspired series. The first clip features Cyborg who learns of a new imminent threat that the League will be dealing in the upcoming animated pic, while the second clip features both Flash and Green Lantern who are summoned by Cyborg. Watch how Green Lantern picks up chicks in one of the trailers below.
“Justice League Throne of Atlantis” will serve as an origin story to Aquaman. After the events of “Justice League: War,” Ocean Master and Black Manta have declared war against the surface in retaliation of the aftermath of Apokoliptian-tyrant Darkseid’s planetary invasion. Queen Atlanna seeks out her other son, Ocean Master’s half-brother Arthur Curry, a half-human with aquatic powers with no knowledge of his Atlantean heritage, to restore balance. Living with powers, he doesn’t understand and seeing the danger around him, Curry takes steps to embrace his destiny, joining the Justice League. With his new teammates, he battles to save Earth from total destruction.
“Throne of Atlantis” features the voices of Jason O’Mara, Christopher Gorham, Sean Astin, Shemar Moore and Steven Blum, who reprise their roles from “Justice League: War” as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Flash/Barry Allen, Shazam, Cyborg/Victor Stone while Nathan Fillion reprises his role as Green Lantern, Hal Jordan from “Green Lantern: Emerald Knights,” “Justice League: Doom” and “Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox.” Matt Lanter will voice Arthur Curry/Aquaman, Jerry O’Connell as Superman/Clark Kent, Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman/ Diana Prince, Sam Witwer as Orm and Harry Lennix as the villain Black Manta.
“Justice League: Throne of Atlantis” is directed by Ethan Spaulding (“Son of Batman”), who also helmed “Batman: Assault on Arkham” from a script written by Heath Corson. It is produced by James Tucker and will be distributed by Warner Home Video on DVD, Blu-ray and digital on Jan. 27, 2015.
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