News on the direct to video movie, New Frontier. In most cases a link will accompany each headline back to the original article.
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New Frontier News
June 20, 2006: A Direct to Video Movie is in production. So far the only known information is Stan Berkowitz is writing it and Bruce Timm is the Executive Producer.
2006: Lucy Lawless will voice Wonder Woman, Phil Morris will voice King Faraday and Neal Patrick Harris will voice the Flash.
February 24, 2007: David Boreanaz will voice Hal Jordan/Green Lantern and Brooke Shields will voice Carol Ferris. CC Article
March 1, 2007: Kyle MacLauhlan will voice Superman. CC Article
July 26, 2007: Jeremy Sisto will voice Batman. CC Article
November 26, 2007: The release date is February 26th and there will be an early screening at Wondercon, which takes place from February 22-24, 2008 at the Moscone Center South in San Franciso, California.
November 27, 2007: The DVD will retail for $19.98 while the two disc special edition retails for $24.98.Press Release via TV Shows on DVD.com
November 2007: Alan Ritchson will voice Aquaman.
February 23, 2008: Darwyn Cooke answers panel questions at Wondercon. Panel Q&A via CBR
August 8, 2017: The New Frontier will be reissued in a commemorative edition. It will feature a new cover with artwork done by the late Darwyn Cooke and there will be a mini-documentary on Cooke's career included in the special features. It will be released in the formats: Digital Download, Blu-Ray combo, and DVD. CBR Article
August 11, 2017: The New Frontier commemorative edition releases on October 3. Official press release posted. WF Article