DC has revealed its subsequent direct-to-video animated film, and it is a huge one. The wildly common combating sport Injustice: Gods Amongst Us is getting a film adaptation.
Oddly, neither DC nor Warner Bros. Animation made a proper announcement of the brand new mission. As an alternative, its existence was revealed through a press launch for Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two. Among the many bonus options included on that Blu-ray set will probably be a trailer for an Injustice film.
Right now, no different particulars are identified in regards to the Injustice film, although with The Lengthy Halloween, Half Two scheduled for a July 2021 launch, it appears doubtless we’ll see the Injustice drop earlier than the top of the yr. It stays to be seen simply how intently the film will observe the plot of the unique sport and whether or not the sport’s voice forged will reprise their roles for the movie.
2013’s Injustice: Gods Amongst Us and its 2017 sequel are set in an alternate DC Universe the place Superman is pushed mad after being tricked by Joker into killing his spouse Lois and their unborn baby. 5 years after that tragedy, Superman guidelines the world with an iron fist, forcing the Justice League of the common DCU to cross dimensions and battle this tyrannical Man of Metal.
The Injustice saga has additionally been enormously expanded by means of numerous spinoff comics, which flesh out the 5 years main as much as the occasions of the primary sport after which bridge the hole between the primary sport and the sequel. It is potential the animated film may very well be an adaptation of the comics somewhat than the video games, and even a wholly new story set inside this dystopian DC Universe.
Presumably a proper announcement of the Injustice film will observe, hopefully with plot particulars and a affirmation of the forged and crew concerned. For now, take a look at the trailer for Batman: The Lengthy Halloween, Half Two: