One of the most famous Batman stories will soon be adapted with the animated two-part Batman: The Long Halloween and The Hollywood Reporter have revealed the votes for the expected films. Jensen Ackles (Supernatural) will appear as Batman with the late Naya Rivera (Glee) as Catwoman.
Batman: The Long Halloween was written by Jeph Loeb and drawn by Tim Sale and first appeared in a 13-issue series from 1996-1997 released. Set at the beginning of Batman’s career, he investigates a killer known only as Holiday after they murdered a member of Gotham City’s mob every holiday of the month. With his allies, Lieutenant Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent, they try to uncover Holiday’s identity as they battle Gotham’s mob and the growing number of Batman’s costumed villain galleries, while Harvey Dent himself is on a transformational journey.
Ackles previously played Jason Todd / Red Hood in the 2010 animated film Batman: Under The Red Hood and recently finished a 15-year role as Dean Winchester in Supernatural. Rivera, who died in a tragic boat accident last year, had already completed her language work for both parts of the adaptation of The Long Halloween.
Ackles and Rivera include Josh Duhamel (Transformers) as Harvey Dent, Billy Burke (Most Dangerous Game) as James Gordon, Titus Welliver (Bosch) as Carmine Falcone, David Dastmalchiann (The Suicide Squad) as Calendar Man and Troy Baker (Batman: Arkham Origins) as Joker, Amy Landecker (Your Honor) as Barbara Gordon, Julie Nathanson ( Elena von Avalor) as Gilda Dent, Jack Quaid (Star Trek: Lower Decks) as Alberto, Fred Tatasciore (Devil May Care) as Solomon Grundy and Alastair Duncan (Spider-Man) as Alfred. Also represented are Frances Callier, Greg Chun, Gary Leroi Gray and Jim Pirri.
Batman: The Long Halloween is from a screenplay by Tim Sheridan (Superman: Man of Tomorrow) and directed by Chris Palmer (Superman: Man of Tomorrow). Jim Krieg and Kimberly S. Moreau produce with Butch Lukic as supervising producer. Michael Uslan and Sam Register are executive producers.
Batman: The Long Halloween Part 1 will be released sometime this summer, Part 2 will be released this fall.
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