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Superman: Man of Tomorrow News

  • July 19, 2019: One of the 2020 movies will be Superman: Man of Tomorrow. DC Blog
  • April 30, 2020: In Superman: Man of Tomorrow, Clark Kent is working as an intern for the Daily Planet and learning on the job how to save the city of Metropolis. Superman is voiced by Darren Criss, Zachary Quinto voices Lex Luthor. Alexandra Daddario voices Lois Lane, Lobo is voiced by Ryan Hurst, Parasite will be voiced by Brett Dalton, Ike Amadi voices Martian Manhunter, Neil Flynn voices Jonathan Kent, and Bellamy Young voices Martha Kent. It is directed by Chris Palmer and written by Tim Sheridan, with Butch Lukic serving as supervising producer. Still of Superman and Lex included. EW Article
  • June 16, 2020: Release is rumored to be September 8. DVD News Flash Facebook
  • June 23, 2020: 1:39 trailer released. First look at cover and cast including the Kents, Martian Manhunter, and Parasite. IGN YouTube
  • June 25, 2020: Digital release of August 23 and 4K/Blu-ray/DVD release of September 8 confirmed, new logline, cast info: Cristina Milizia voices Maya, Petey and Kaylie, Eugene Byrd voices Ron Troupe, April Stewart voices Mrs. Ross, and Piotr Michael voices Perry White, runtime is 86 minutes, and special features include featurettes about Lobo and Martian Manhunter, past peeks at Justice League vs. The Fatal Five and Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, From the DC Vault will be Superman: The Animated Series' "The Main Man" Part 1 and 2, trailers for Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge, and Superman: Red Son, and a sneak peek at the next movie. In addition to Butch Lukic taking over as the next Supervising Producer, Kimberly Moreau will be a new producer. Rated. PG-13 for violence, some bloody images, suggestive material, language, smoking and brief partial nudity. Front cover art included. WF Article
  • June 25, 2020: When Cristina Milizia was scheduled to record ADR, her son Alex was born instead. Cristina Milizia Tweet
  • July 13, 2020: Back cover revealed. World's Finest Tweet
  • July 21, 2020: New press release. Tim Sheridan took inspiration from a number of stories, including Superman: American Alien and Superman: Birthright. DC Article
  • August 14, 2020: Will be streamed for free at DC FanDome on August 22 at 4:15 pm PST then a 50 minute virtual panel at 5:45 pm Eastern with Darren Criss, Brett Dalton, Ryan Hurst, Ike Amadi, Butch Lukic, Chris Palmer and Tim Sheridan. It will replay on August 23 at midnight. TV Line Article
  • August 17, 2020: 1:09 clip featuring Lobo. IGN Article
  • August 18, 2020: 1:30 clip "Rocket" posted. SyFy Wire YouTube
  • August 19, 2020: The DC FanDome panel postponed to September 12 at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern. Screening not happening anymore. IGN Article
  • August 20, 2020: 2:19 clip posted. DC YouTube
  • August 20, 2020: 1:10 clip "Clark Vs. Lobo" posted. ComicBook YouTube
  • August 21, 2020: 0:54 clip "Superman vs Lobo" posted. WBE YouTube
  • August 21, 2020: Superman: Man of Tomorrow is not the start of a new continuity but director Chris Palmer hopes for a sequel. CBR Article
  • August 22, 2020: DC FanDome panel will debut on IGN on Sunday, August 23 at 2pm PT/5pm ET. Darren Criss, Ike Amadi, Brett Dalton, Tim Sheridan, Chris Palmer, and moderator Matt Bomer will feature. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • August 23, 2020: 54 second clip of Clark and Rudy. IGN Article
  • August 23, 2020: 45 minute recording of the IGN panel posted. Looked at Superman For All Season but didn't get anything then used American Alien for inspiration like the pre-Superman costume and Lobo then Tim Sheridan put his twist on it. Once they figured out when the story took place, they also looked at Birthright. Biggest directive from Lukic was to make the movie smaller in scale like the Richard Donner movies and see Superman rise from those kind of character interactions. It was meant to be more of an indie movie and more about character. The movie isn't an origin story more like Act 2. Themes explored include how the world affects Superman, identity, and truth to one's self. Sam Register told Butch Lukic to to something different so he went in an opposite direction of anime and used thick and thin lines like a comic. Chris Palmer convinced Lukic of using Flash and other things. Otto Schmidt's art style gave Lukic some confidence with animating this look but the overseas animation studio had problems at first so it was a style that adapted over time. Some points have broken lines like traditional hand drawn animation. Rudy Jones is an everyman you can sympathize with. Ike Amadi used his immigration from Nigeria to inform his take on Martian Manhunter. Three of the main characters are ones who are the last of their race. The cast was told to treat it like they were acting in live action. There is an easter egg in the scene when Martha gives Clark his costume. IGN YouTube
  • August 24, 2020: Chris Palmer comments on the animation style. It definitely evokes the original Superman animated series, what Metropolis itself could be 25, 30 years in the future. The line art was to try something new and make a different world from the previous films and evoke more of a comic book kind of feel. CBR Article
  • August 24, 2020: Chris Palmer comments on Parasite as an outsider figure in contrast to the three aliens of the movie. CBR Article
  • August 25, 2020: 1:02 clip released. CBR YouTube
  • August 26, 2020: Full interview with Chris Palmer. CBR Article
  • August 26, 2020: Tim Sheridan talks about the title. It wasn't Man of Tomorrow until he finished the first draft. CBR Article
  • August 26, 2020: Tim Sheridan explains Lobo represents what we get away from in contrast to Superman being who we aspire to be. CBR Article
  • August 26, 2020: SciFiNow will host a live twitter watch party with writer Tim Sheridan at 9 pm on Thursday. SciFiNow Tweet
  • August 27, 2020: Full interview with Tim Sheridan. CBR Article
  • August 27, 2020: Tim Sheridan pitched the opening scene to Chris Palmer when the bosses were out of the office. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 27, 2020: Originally, the script started further into the story with a title sequence of a carefree Clark walking to the Daily Planet. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 27, 2020: Butch Lukic made Tim Sheridan change a "I'd watch my six" line in the script. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 27, 2020: Tim Sheridan had to remove a lot of F words from the script. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 27, 2020: Butch Lukic decided to include Lobo in the movie. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 27, 2020: "It's never gonna catch on" was either a late addition by Wes Gleason or an ad lib by Darren Criss. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 27, 2020: In the script, Lobo was eating a bowl of noodles instead of drinking whiskey. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 31, 2020: Interview with Butch Lukic. Decided to go in a different direction from the bulky Parasite designs and used Evangelion as a reference point. Otto Schmidt submitted four designs for Lobo: a straight hair, short hair, mohawk, and the classic look that winded up being chosen. Schmidt submitted five looks for Lois, including the leather jacket that was chosen and a nice business suit. Lukic decided to use a rejected look for Lois' casual appearance when she visits Clark at his apartment. A red haired Lex Luthor was considered and Schmidt did a rough form of it. Considered adapting from Man For All Seasons like the part when teenage Clark is arrested but it would have stretched the movie. Hall of Justice Podcast Episode 198
  • September 2, 2020: Interview with Butch Lukic and Tim Sheridan. The genesis of the story was a collaboration between Butch Lukic, Jim Krieg, and Tim Sheridan. They decided to try a Superman story but not exactly starting from the beginning. Instead Superman has been in Metropolis for about year trying to make his way in the world of journalism while trying to help people without revealing himself. The imagery of Calrk wearing goggles and a leather jacket was influenced from American Alien. Lukic went back and forth through email with Otto Schmidt on character design since he was new to animation. Jon Suzuki and Dusty Abell changed it so it was fit for animation. The French animation studio JSBC that worked on the Lastman cartoon was also an influence on design. How does Clark approach being an alien and how does he accept that and how is he accepted by the world are part of the story. As far as Lobo, the swearing and the sexism, appropriate or inappropriate is about as far as Lukic took it because the movie would be PG-13. He did self-censor when it came to swearing. Tim Sheridan wanted to subvert expectations and present Clark Kent at an emotional crossroads of trying to figure out if he should be truthful since Clark is someone who is always about truth and justice. During the writing, their first instinct wasn't to write it as an allegory for immigration nor did it drive the start of the process but there was no way around the topic for a Superman story with Lobo and Martian Manhunter in it. They wanted talk about what it means to be an outsider and to be looking at the rest of the world because it was much more basic and something universal that they thought everybody would be able to identify with. Comics Beat Article
  • September 3, 2020: Interview with Brett Dalton. CBM Article
  • September 7, 2020: Interview with Brett Dalton. CBR Article
  • September 8, 2020: David Nakayama is the front cover artist for the 4K/Bluray/DVD release. David Nakayama Tweet
  • September 8, 2020: Dusty Abell posts first pass at Jor-El and Lara designs. Dusty Abell instagram
  • September 8, 2020: Dusty Abell posts first pitch, second pass, and adjustment of Batman photo design. Dusty Abell instagram
  • October 22, 2020: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Owen Likes Comics YouTube
  • November 19, 2020: Nominated by Critic's Choice Awards for Best Superhero Movie. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • January 25, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Voices from Krypton Podcast
  • February 2, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Voices from Krypton Podcast
  • February 8, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Voices from Krypton Podcast

    Batman: The Long Halloween - Part One News

  • April 8, 2017: It is rumored two Batman animated movies are planned for 2019 and one is an adaptation of The Long Halloween. CBR Article
  • January 4, 2019: A two part stand alone animated movie adapting The Long Halloween is rumored to be in production. Cast rumored to include Troy Baker, Jensen Ackles, Naya Rivera, Titus Welliver, David Dastmalchian, Jim Pirri, Amy Landecker, Matthew Gray Gubler, Katee Sackhoff, and Fred Tatasciore. Revenge of the Fan Article
  • August 23, 2020: Will be the third release of 2021. Part 1 comes out in Summer. IGN Article
  • January 27, 2021: Officially rated by the MPAA with a PG-13 rating for "Violence, bloody images, language and some smoking". Bloody Disgusting Article
  • March 27, 2021: The art style by Otto Schmidt, Jon Suzuki, and Dusty Abell was originally done for Batman: The Long Halloween but for reasons unrevealed, it got pushed back in the schedule and they went on with Superman: Man of Tomorrow. Comic Con YouTube, 10:14 mark
  • March 31, 2021: Part One releases spring/summer. First still released. Voice cast includes Batman/Bruce Wayne voiced by Jensen Ackles, the late Naya Rivera voiced Catwoman/Selina Kyle, Josh Duhamel voices Harvey Dent, Billy Burke as James Gordon, Titus Welliver as Carmine Falcone, David Dastmalchian as Calendar Man, Troy Baker as Joker, Amy Landecker as Barbara Gordon, Julie Nathanson as Gilda Dent, Jack Quaid as Alberto, Fred Tatasciore as Solomon Grundy, Alastair Duncan as Alfred, Frances Callier, Greg Chun, Gary Leroi Gray and Jim Pirri. Chris Palmer is the director and the screenwriter is Tim Sheridan. Jim Krieg and Kimberly S. Moreau are producing. Butch Lukic is the supervising producer, with Michael Uslan and Sam Register serving as executive producers. THR Article
  • April 6, 2021: 1:40 trailer released. IGN YouTube
  • April 6, 2021: Part One will release in Summer 2021. Three stills from trailer included. IGN Article
  • April 8, 2021: Part One's digital and physical release is June 22, 2021. The physical release is only Blu-ray and the 4K version will be exclusive to the deluxe edition coming out in 2022. Special features include the DC Showcase short The Losers, a sneak peak at Batman: The Long Halloween Part Two, and From the DC Vault will be Batman: The Animated Series' "Christmas With The Joker" and "It's Never Too Late". Run time is 85 minutes. WF Article
  • May 13, 2021: Four stills released of Jim Gordon, Batman, and Harvey Dent, Batman and Catwoman, Jim Gordon and Renee Montoya, and Harvey and Gilda Dent. Montoya is voiced by Alyssa Diaz. Animation Magazine Article
  • May 21, 2021: 1:32 Alfred & Bruce clip for Part One released. WBHE YouTube
  • May 21, 2021: The bowl of candy cars was a nod to the Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale story "Ghosts" from the Legends of the Dark Knight Halloween Special. Tim Sheridan Tweet reply
  • May 25, 2021: Stills of Catwoman posted. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • May 27, 2021: 4 stills released of Joker, Alberto Falcone, Calendar Man, and Carmine Falcone. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • June 1, 2021: 1:37 clip "Car Chase" released. WBHE YouTube
  • June 3, 2021: 4 stills released of Gotham City. Butch Lukic wanted to give the city a timeless noir look where you can't pinpoint the time period. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • June 8, 2021: Stills of Solomon Grundy, Joker, Batman, and Catwoman released. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • June 8, 2021: 1:37 clip "Chinatown Fight" features Batman in pursuit of Mickey Chen. IGN Article
  • June 8, 2021: Tim Sheridan reveals the Chinatown Fight clip was an added scene set between chapter 1 and 2. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • June 10, 2021: Stills of Batman, Calendar Man, Gilda, and Carmine released. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • June 14, 2021: 1:26 opening scene for Part 1 released. CBR YouTube
  • June 14, 2021: 1:04 "Grundy" clip released. Sy Fy Wire
  • June 15, 2021: 20 second clip "Arkham Asylum" posted. WBHE YouTube
  • June 15, 2021: 36 second clip "Coin Flip" posted. Nerdist YouTube
  • June 15, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Confirms he wrote the adaptation for The Long Halloween before Superman: Man of Tomorrow, fleshes out Carmine Falcone, the theme of how service affects the big families of Gotham City, and when he joined the crew it was going to be one movie but convinced them it should be two parts. Comic Book Movie Article
  • June 15, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Fanboy Nation Anchor FM
  • June 16, 2021: Interview with Julie Nathanson. She did not read the comic until after she finished recording Part 1 and 2. Cinema Blend Article
  • June 16, 2021: Interview with Julie Nathanson. Nathanson hints there is a duality to Gilda Dent. She recorded in a studio before the pandemic but did ADR at her home studio during quarantine. Fanboy Nation FM
  • June 16, 2021: Comments from David Dastmalchian. CBM Article
  • June 17, 2021: 4 stills released of Batman and Harvey, Batman and Catwoman, Johnny Viti, and Calendar Man talking to Gordon and Batman. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • June 17, 2021: Clip featuring Catwoman and comments from the late Naya Rivera. EW Article
  • June 17, 2021: Interview with Josh Duhamel. CBR Article
  • June 17, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Hall of Justice Episode 238
  • June 17, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Sheridan would have included the narrator if he could, Butch Lukic requested the mobsters call Carmine "Godfather," and Carmine was his favorite villain to write, and knows exactly how he would do an adaption of Dark Victory. Nerdist Article
  • June 17, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Starburst Article
  • June 18, 2021: 34:41 roundtable with Butch Lukic, Tim Sheridan, Jensen Ackles, and Julie Nathanson. The delay in the release of the movies stems from Warner Bros. thinking Matt Reeves was going to use The Long Halloween for The Batman but then his story went in a different direction, Ackles on being cast, Nathanson on duality and the other actresses, Lukic talks about being a guest on a meeting and volunteering to adapt Long Halloween, Sheridan on adapting, Nathanson on not reading the comic first, on Calendar Man and David Dastmalchian, Ackles on finding the voice and filtering out the Texan accent, Lukic thought Long Halloween was the only movie he was doing so he was going to ask Tim Sale to do some pre-production work but things changed with James Tucker departing the supervising producer role and the executives asked for a style that was going to carry over several movies, Lukic followed Sale's design of Gotham City and use of light, Nathanson and Ackles on voice acting vs. live action acting, and Ackles on the fight efforts recording. EW Article
  • June 18, 2021: Interview with Butch Lukic. He was originally going to adapt Tim Sale's style, Jensen Ackles was Wes Gleason's idea, Lukic had a Dark Victory sequel in mind but it went to the wayside, and he implies The Batman delayed the release dates. CBR Article
  • June 18, 2021: Clip of Joker and Dent released. ComicBook Article
  • June 19, 2021: Interview with David Dastmalchian. CBR Article
  • June 21, 2021: 4 stills of Batman released. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • June 21, 2021: 1:42 clip featuring Joker and Carmine released. WBHE YouTube
  • June 21, 2021: 1:20 clip featuring Carmine released. Discussing Film Article
  • June 21, 2021: Interview with Julie Nathanson. CBR Article
  • June 21, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. The pace of Part 2 is very different from Part 1 and will feel like a runaway train and a mad dash, the Irish gang being changed to Chinese triad was for diversity and relevance, wanted to make the women just as important to the story, also wanted to focus on mental illness, on discarding Batman's narration, and elaborates on cutting scenes like the summer wedding but keeping the instrumental beats. CBR Article
  • June 22, 2021: 1:13 clip "Batcave Discussion" released. WBHE YouTube
  • June 24, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. He had a few months to prep before writing and got to meet with Jim Krieg and Butch Luckic and also with friends who were fans of the comic, the ending of part one as a resolution or cliffhanger, following the coin, Batman not being so infallible because he's still young and in year two, Catwoman's equipment line, setting up the family arc with how Halloween is like at the three houses, realizing scenes he added were homages to other Loeb-Sale stories, lift the Mickey chase from a flashback to a sequence, cutting the jail house switch with Harvey in a rubber mask was easy because the scene had to be truncated and overall felt the story needed Harvey to be injured in the explosion and not Gilda, getting to sit in on Josh Duhamel recording, Sheridan had no actor in mind for Harvey, on Jensen Ackles voicing Batman and Bruce, Naya Rivera giving Catwoman depth and dimension instead of a cliche femme fatale, and writing more Calendar Man. BOF YouTube
  • June 24, 2021: Tim Sheridan confirms Jim Gordon is only the rank of Captain in the movies and the Commissioner credit in the end credits was a mistake. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • July 22, 2021: Otto Schmidt posts five Catwoman designs. Otto Schmidt Tweet
  • July 23, 2021: 52:26 San Diego Comic Con 2021 virtual panel posted. At 31 minute mark, Tim Sheridan confirms the "first" appearance of Two-Face was in Part 1 when Jim Gordon finds Dent outside of Carmine Falcone's penthouse building. Comic-Con YouTube
  • August 10, 2021: In Part One's screenplay, in the Gordon home scene, young Babs is Jim Gordon's niece, not his daughter or adopted daughter yet. Her scripted response to Barbara Sr. in the scene was "He's not my father." Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021: In Part One's screenplay, Tim Sheridan named the couple that emerges from Carmine's elevator "The Marzillis" after his Godmother's family as an identifier for the other filmmakers and artists. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021: Tim Sheridan confirms the Batman '66 nod with 66th and West/Ward Bridge. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021: Originally, Mickey Chen was Mickey Sun as a nod to Mickey Sullivan in the comic but it didn't clear legal. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021: Tim Sheridan originally wrote the Chen interrogation ending with Gordon expecting Batman to have vanished and turning around to find him still standing there. Then they just walk out the office door together. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021: Tim Sheridan meant for the yacht break up to be when Bruce realized Selina was Catwoman but she figured out his secret long before. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021: Tim Sheridan wrote four variants to Joker's line and "Crappy New Year!" was chosen. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021: Tim Sheridan thought the line "Like the corn kernel always says... I won't be number two!" would be cut. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021:Tim Sheridan wanted Selina to whisper "Bruce" and Alberto barely hears it, but the staging would have made no sense since they needed Alberto to know Batmans identity to sell the scene. Tim Sheridan Tweet
  • August 10, 2021: Julie Nathanson voiced both James Jr. and Babs. Julie Nathanson Tweet
  • August 12, 2021: Jensen Ackles's initial recording was on June 12, 2018 at Chez Boom Audio in Austin, Texas with Wes Gleason voice directing from Los Angeles. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • October 1, 2021: Part One is now available on HBO Max. Nerds & Beyond Article
  • October 13, 2021: Part One will air on Adult Swim's Toonami block on October 23, 2021 starting at 12:30 am eastern. Toonami Facebook
  • December 21, 2021: Otto Schmidt is nominated for an Annie Award for Best Character Designs for Part 1. THR Article

    Batman: The Long Halloween - Part Two News

  • August 23, 2020: Will be the fourth release of 2021. Part 2 in Fall. IGN Article
  • March 31, 2021: Part Two is officially rated by the MPAA with a R rating for "some violence and bloody images". DCAUR Tweet
  • April 6, 2021: Part Two in Fall 2021. IGN Article
  • May 18, 2021: 1:33 trailer for Part Two released. IGN YouTube
  • May 18, 2021: Story includes Dent being pushed to the brink, the origin of Two-Face, Poison Ivy capturing Bruce Wayne, and Carmine Falcone striking a Faustian bargain with Gotham's new generation of super criminals. Part Two has the same creative team as Part One with supervising producer Butch Lukic, director Chris Palmer, screenwriter Tim Sheridan, producers Jim Krieg and Kimberly S. Moreau, and executive producers Michael Uslan and Sam Register. Most of the voice cast from Part One will return: Jensen Ackles as Batman/Bruce Wayne, the late Naya Rivera as Catwoman/Selina Kyle, Josh Duhamel as Harvey Dent/Two-Face, Billy Burke as Commissioner James Gordon, Katee Sackhoff as Poison Ivy, Titus Welliver as Carmine Falcone, Julie Nathanson as Gilda Dent, David Dastmalchian as Calendar Man and The Penguin, Troy Baker as The Joker, Amy Landecker as Barbara Gordon and Carla Vitti, Fred Tatasciore as Solomon Grudy, Alyssia Diaz as Renee Montoya, and Alastair Duncan as Alfred. New to the cast in Part Two are Robin Atkin Downes as both Scarecrow and Thomas Wayne, John DiMaggio as the Mad Hatter, Laila Berzins as Sofia Falcone, Jim Pirri as Sal Maroni, Zach Callison as Young Bruce Wayne, and Gary Leroi Gray and Rick Wasserman in undisclosed roles. IGN Article
  • May 19, 2021: Batman: The Long Halloween Part Two will release on digital on July 27, 2021 and on Blu-ray on August 10. New logline included. Special features include DC Showcase Blue Beetle short, sneak peek at Injustice, look backs at Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 and Batman: Hush, and From the DC Vault will be Batman: The Animated Series "Two-Face, Part 1" and "Two-Face, Part 2". Runtime is 87 minutes. Rated R for some violence and bloody images. WF Article
  • June 15, 2021: Tim Sheridan wrote a new scene for Calendar Man in Act 3 of Part 2 after he heard David Dastmalchian record for Part 1. Fanboy Nation Anchor FM
  • June 24, 2021: Tim Sheridan hints there is more about the coin in Part Two and its history ties into the movies. BOF YouTube
  • June 29, 2021: 4 stills from Part 2 of Mad Hatter and Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, Harvey and Gordon, and Sofia and Carmine Falcone released. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • July 1, 2021: There will be a virtual panel for Part Two on July 23 as part of "Comic-Con@Home". Panelists will include Jensen Ackles, Katee Sackhoff, Julie Nathanson, Troy Baker and Tim Sheridan, and the panel will be moderated by Tiffany Smith. Comics Beat Article
  • July 2, 2021: Still of Batman swinging with fireworks in the background released. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • July 7, 2021: 4 stills of Batman in scene with Carmine, Joker, Catwoman, and Calendar Man in Part 2 released. Gary Miereanu Tweet
  • July 14, 2021: 1:54 clip "Sofia" released. WBHE YouTube
  • July 20, 2021: 1:04 clip of Catwoman confronting Poison Ivy released. CBR Article
  • July 20, 2021: Clip featuring Harvey Dent released. ET Online Article
  • July 22, 2021: 1:53 clip "Fireworks" released. WBHE YouTube
  • July 22, 2021: Interview with Butch Lukic. A certain segment and villain is omitted in Part 2 because it deviated from the story. There was a plan to do a series of shorts to fill in the missing scene for the Blu-ray but because of time and money constraints they were not done. There is only one animation studio that animated Part 2. CBM Article
  • July 23, 2021: 1:41 clip about a flashback released. DC YouTube
  • July 23, 2021: 0:44 clip "Poison Ivy Forces Bruce to Attack Catwoman" clip released. SyFy YouTube
  • July 23, 2021: 52:26 San Diego Comic Con virtual panel posted. Tim Sheridan also reveals there are 2 deleted scenes that involve Gilda Dent and Barbara Gordon. Comic-Con YouTube
  • July 26, 2021: 1:01 clip released featuring Catwoman and Harvey Dent with comments from Josh Duhamel. EW Article
  • July 26, 2021: Interview with Josh Duhamel about the rise of Two-Face. Nerdist Article
  • July 26, 2021: 1:44 clip "Crime Alley" and Batman still released. Nerdist Article
  • July 26, 2021: Interview with Butch Lukic on adapting the mystery, changing colors for a flashback scene, depicting Holiday Killer as a full figure, and the two to three shorts would included one about Riddler and another partially adapting Catwoman: When in Rome. An end credit teaser in Part 2 will lead into another movie in production. Comics Beat Article
  • July 27, 2021: 1:33 clip "Two-Face & Grundy" released. WBHE YouTube
  • July 27, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. The start of Part 2 will takes things quickly through the next couple of months to balance out the narrative structure. He had April Fool's Day in the first draft but it was an unneeded recap and was removed. He did write a script for it as a short. CBR Article
  • July 27, 2021: Interview with Josh Duhamel on finding the voices for Dent and Two-Face and their duality. He approached Two-Face as talking with damaged vocal cords. CBR Article
  • July 27, 2021: Comments from Tim Sheridan, Butch Lukic, and Josh Duhamel. SyFy Article
  • August 3, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan. Coming Soon Article
  • August 5, 2021: Interview with Julie Nathanson. Hall of Justice Episode 245
  • August 9, 2021: 8:21 interview with Laila Berzins. Fan Boy Nation Article
  • August 9, 2021: 1:27 clip "Calendar Man" posted. IGN Article
  • August 10, 2021: 1:20 clip "Taco Tuesday" released. WBHE YouTube
  • August 10, 2021: In Part Two, the cannoli scene between Sal and Luigi Maroni was a nod to The Godfather. Julie Nathanson Tweet
  • August 16, 2021: Interview with Tim Sheridan; on deciding Holiday's secret identity, killing off Alberto, on Two-Face's coin, on Carmine, lost a couple scenes about the Gordons and Barbara and Gilda losing part of their family to Gotham City, on Duhamel, on Catwoman, on a definitive ending or continuing with Dark Victory, not adapting Tim Sale's art, Sal Morani's transfer was not inspired by Dark Knight, the hired gun killed on July 4th was named The Coroner as a nod to the coroner in the comic, on Scarecrow, every quote he wrote for Mad Hatter was a Lewis Carroll quote. Batman on Film Article
  • August 18, 2021: Tim Sheridan comments on killing off Alberto and Gilda getting away with it. CBR Article
  • October 1, 2021: Part Two is now available on HBO Max. Nerds & Beyond Article
  • October 13, 2021: Part Two will air on Adult Swim's Toonami block on October 23, 2021 starting at 2:30 am eastern. Toonami Facebook

    Batman: The Long Halloween - Deluxe Edition News

  • April 8, 2021: The 4K version of the movies will be exclusive to the deluxe edition coming out in 2022. WF Article
  • August 9, 2021: Tim Sheridan will do a live watch-tweet tomorrow of both parts starting at 10:30 am Pacific/1:30 pm Eastern/6:30 pm BST. Sci Fi Now Tweet
  • October 16, 2021: The 4K Complete Edition releases in "winter". IGN Article

    Green Lantern: Beware My Power News

  • April 7, 2021: John Semper Jr. reveals he co-wrote an upcoming animated movie currently in production and due to come out sometime in 2022. Spider-Man: The Animated Series Facebook Post
  • October 16, 2021: Green Lantern: Beware My Power releases in summer 2022 under the DC Universe line. IGN Article
  • May 4, 2022: 1:37 trailer, logline, and front cover revealed. Will star Green Lantern/John Stewart, Green Arrow, Hawkgirl, and Adam Strange. Story involves Stewart being chosen to be a Lantern, interplanetary killers that include Sinestro and his Sinestro Corps slaughtering members of the Green Lantern Corps, and the Rann-Thanagar War. The movie will release on 4K, Blu-ray & Digital on July 26, 2022. IGN YouTube
  • May 5, 2022: The movie is directed by Jeff Wamester and co-written by John Semper and Ernie Altbacker. Aldis Hodge voices John Stewart, Jimmi Simpson voices Green Arrow, Ike Amadi voices Martian Manhunter, Brian Bloom voices Adam Strange, Jamie Gray Hyder voices Hawkgirl, Mara Junot voices Lyssa Drak and Banth Dar, Jason J. Lewis voices Ganthet and Captain Kantus, Keesha Sharp voices Vixen, Simon Templeman voices Sardath and Console Voice, Rick D. Wasserman voices Sinestro, Sunil Malhotra voices Power Ring and Rannian Commander and additional voices provided by Nolan North. Jim Krieg is a producer, Butch Lukic is a supervising producer, and Sam Reigster is Executive Producer. Special Feature is a featurette "John Stewart: The Power and the Glory" about the character's history in comics, animation, pop culture, and beyond. Runtime is 88 minutes. WF Article
  • May 6, 2022: Kevin Riepl scored Green Lantern: Beware My Power. Kevin Riepl Tweet
  • May 9, 2022: 2 years ago, Ifesinachi Orjiekwe worked as a storyboard artist on the movie. Ifesinachi Orjiekwe Tweet