Wednesday, October 27, 2021

‘Injustice’: 5 Things to Know About DC Animated Film

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The plot has a dark premise that wonders what if the Joker killed Lois Lane and Superman turned to the dark side.

DC has quite a few plans for the coming year, and it’s starting with a video game adaptation. “Injustice” borrowed from the storyline “Injustice: Gods Among Us” was actually announced on Xbox 360, PC and PS3 in 2013 and is now a full fledged film. The plot has a dark premise that wonders what if the Joker killed Lois Lane and Superman turned to the dark side.

The ripple effect causes the Justice League to be dismantled and heroes to choose a side. And as incredible as it was, it still gained enough popularity. And while you wait for the DC animated film to be released, here are some of the titles to explore: “The Flash”, “Batwoman” and “Arrow”.


When is ‘Injustice’ released and where can you see it?

‘Injustice’ was released on Video on Demand in the US on Monday October 18th. The film is available as part of a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray combo package for $ 39.99. The Blu-ray copy is $ 22.99 while a Prime Video digital copy is $ 19.99.

Based on the video game ‘Injustice: Gods Among Us’ and the graphic novel ‘Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year One’, the film takes place in a world in which the Joker (Kevin Pollak) tempted Superman (Justin Hartley) to kill Lois Lane (Laura Bailey). As a result, the world falls into chaos and the Man of Steel embarks on a dangerous quest to control it in his own way.

Batman (Anson Mount) must assemble a team of heroes to stop the Kryptonian and save the world. The official summary reads: “On an alternate earth, the Joker brings Superman to kill Lois Lane, which sends the hero on a path of destruction. Superman decides to take control of Earth and Batman and his allies must try to stop him. “

Justin Hartley lends his voice as Clark Kent / Superman. Anson Mount as Batman and Gillian Jacobs as Harley Quinn with Kevin Pollak as the Joker complete the rest of the cast.

Matt Peters (“Orange is the New Black”) is directing with Sam Register as an EP.


The trailer shows a distraught Superman ravaging the world after it is revealed that the Joker and Harley Quinn killed Lois Lane. You can watch the trailer below:

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