A new trailer for the movie DC League of Super-Pets reveals the presence of the figure of Batman, voiced by Keanu Reeves and teasing his relationship with Ace the Bat-Hound, voiced by Kevin Hart.
It seems to honor the release The Batman recently, Warner Bros Pictures unveiled a new trailer for DC’s League of Super-Pets highlighting Batman and his equally dramatic pets. Reeves is voicing the iconic character here, and just hearing him make one wish he could play Batman in live-action too.
The trailer shows Batman and Ace recounting their tragic past. DC League of Super-Pets will explore the entire DC Universe, with Krypto the Super-Dog (Dwayne Johnson) and Superman (John Krasinski) also briefly appearing in the trailer.
Warner Bros. has put together a pretty impressive lineup of voice actors for their latest animated film. Vanessa Bayer will play PB, a pig who becomes Wonder Woman’s pet, Natasha Lyonne will play Merton, a fast turtle who finds a home with The Flash, and Diego Luna will voice Ch’p, a squirrel with electric powers who becomes a pet. Green Lanterns. Marc Maron will lend his voice to Lex Luthor. Additionally, Kate McKinnon, Thomas Middleditch, Ben Schwartz, and Jameela Jamil are also scheduled to appear in the film, in what is likely to be the voice of the rest of the Justice League.
DC League of Super-Pets it has actually been in preparation since 2018, and although it was originally scheduled to premiere in 2021, it was later moved to this year. This film tells the story of the Justice League pets who must take on the role of superheroes after the legendary team is kidnapped by Lex Luthor. And since the film is an animated saga more aimed at families, it’s no surprise that it will bring a lighter touch to a more serious hero story.
Jared Stern (The Watch, The Internship) will direct the film. DC League of Super-Pets is not his first collaboration with the Warner Animation Group, as he has been a writer at The Lego Batman Moviee dan The Lego Ninjago Movie. He has also produced Storks in 2016 and smallfoot in 2018.