An upcoming DC film, Justice League: Warworld, is a new addition to the DC Universe. It will hit the theatre screens on July 25th, 2023. The trailer of Justice League: Warworld has an adventurous story around the three superhero characters, Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. It seems that with this multiverse format film DC is trying to introduce and establish a new twist and story idea for the multiverse films.
Crossover films have become a common phenomenon in both DC and Marvel films. Recently, DC’s The Flash is a multiverse movie in which Flash is seen fighting his enemies and has Batman by his side and the other superheroes to support him.
The MCU is quite known to release multiverse movies now and then, and they make good numbers and popularity on that basis. The Justice League: Warworld trailer also hints towards a mad crossover, or let us call it a multiverse film with a different idea and twist.
Three Worlds, Three Superheroes, One Salvation!
Three worlds, three superheroes, and one salvation. This is what the Justice League Warworldo trailer showcases. The trailer has Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman set in different worlds. Batman is in the Justice League: Warworld’s version of the Starkaris.
It is a place existing inside Earth’s core that is usually forgotten by time, as described in DC Comics. Wonder Woman is in a place known as the Wild West, which we can guess is a kind of time travel.
Superman is in a suspicious black-and-white world being invaded by the White Martians. In general, the three superhumans coming together for a full-fledged film is termed as a multiverse film, but Justice League: Warworld trailer tells us that this is a story of three superheroes coming from different backgrounds facing each other on a planet and all three worlds are part of the same planet, which is called Mongul’s Warworld.
Where is the Twist in Justice League: Warworld?
In DC Comics, Mongul is the tyrannical ruler of the Warworld. He lives on a planet operated and controlled by his mind that serves as a warzone for people. The Justice League: Warworld showcases three different mini-worlds within the terrifying Mongul’s Warworld.
In the trailer, when Superman asks him “where on earth” (they are), he says, “Warworld.” This intensifies that DC is planning to create small worlds within the Warworld to introduce and entertain different superheroes and stories in one movie itself. It cannot be termed as a multiverse film but can be known as a multi-superheroes film, and it also provides a new twist to the Mongul’s Warworld.
Justice League: Warworld will hit the theatre screens on July 25th, 2023. The one hour 29 minutes long film is produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation. Justice League: Warworld is directed by Jeff Wamester with a screenplay written by Jeremy Adams, Ernie Altbacker, and Josie Campbell.
The voice cast of the films looks like Jensen Ackles as Batman, Stana Katic as Wonder Woman, Darren Criss as Superman, Frank Grillo as Agent Faraday, Matt Bomer as Old Man, John DiMaggio as Lobo, Troy Baker as Jonah Hex, Robin Atkin Downes as Mongul, Teddy Sears as Warlord, Brett Dalton as Bat Lash, and many more such talented voice artist.
The Tomorrowverse Planning of DC
Justice League: Warworld can be the best Tomorrowverse movie. The Tomorrowverse movies of the DC Animated Movies Universe are the new series of films introduced in the DC animated universes. The DCAMU has majorly relied on DC’s new 52 comics.
The Tomorrowverse is indirectly picking stories of the classic post-Crisis DC stories. The films in the Tomorrowverse will take place in the same continuity.
For now, the Tomorrowverse includes these films:-
- Superman: Man of Tomorrow (available on Google Play Movies, Youtube, and Apple TV)
- Batman: The Long Halloween Part 1 and 2 (available to rent on Amazon Video online)
- Justice Society: World War 2 (available on HBO)
- Green Lantern: Beware My Power (available on Max, Prime Video, Vudu, ROW8, and Apple TV)
- Legion of Superheroes (available on Max, ROW8, Prime Video, Redbox, and Vudu)
The Justice League formation has yet to reveal in the Tomorrowverse of DC films. The Green Lantern: Beware My Power showed an already existing Justice League. However, Superman and The Flash have discussed creating a team in the movie Justice Society: World War 2. This Justice League: Warworld hopefully will explore the formation of the Justice League. It would be thrilling to witness the adventure, action, animation, and fantasy of the three superheroes determined to rescue an entire planet where the ruler is a Brutish Tyrant film.
The fans were all geared up with excitement to watch another perfectly animated superhero film from DC’s Tomorrowverse. The trailer of Justice League: Warworld garnered immense praise on the internet. Some of the fans wrote:-
- “Glad to see PKJ’s Warworld comics being recommended. They are absolutely glorious and hopefully, with James Gunn including the authority on the DCU, we’ll get the epicness of the war world saga on the big screen.”
- “The idea that the war world is this mega structure with multiple worlds in it is simply brilliant.”
- “And this, ladies and gentlemen, is what you call getting the band back together! So great to see the classic Trinity back at it. 🤩”
- “This looks awesome! I’m so pumped!! Wonder Woman as a cowgirl in the Wild West with Jonah Hex, Batman as a Ninja in an ancient magical world, and Superman in a Noir world! Batman looked so badass and Wonder Woman always looks great in Western costumes, like in The Justice Riders! Superman looks interesting, but I’m less sure about what his storyline will be, I’m intrigued to find out. This looks like it can make it on my Top Ten list of favorite DC animated movies! I wish this would come out in theaters!”
- “Jensen Ackles is a fine Batman, but I’m always going to wish he were voicing Red Hood instead.
- One, Jason Todd is awesome. We should see more of him.
- Two, the pain and anger Jensen brought to that performance made me cry. Just as Kevin Conroy (RIP) “owns” Batman’s voice in this medium, I feel that Jensen took ownership of Red Hood’s, and to never hear that again would be a shame.”
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