Thursday, September 16, 2010

New Video Clip from Superman/Batman: Apocalypse


This animated clip depicts the harried first few minutes of time on
Earth for Kara, a Kryptonian cousin of Superman who has not yet
understood or harnessed her powers.


Warner Home Video, UGO.com and The Paley Center for Media will present
bi-coastal World Premieres of the film in Los Angeles on September 21
and New York on September 23. Filmmakers and members of the voice cast
will attend both events for red carpet media interviews and
post-screening panel discussions.

You can watch this clip online HERE

Based on the DC Comics series/graphic novel “Superman/Batman:
Supergirl” by Jeph Loeb, Michael Turner & Peter Steigerwald,
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is produced by animation legend Bruce Timm
and directed by Lauren Montgomery (Justice League: Crisis on Two
Earths) from a script by Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Tab
Murphy (Gorillas in the Mist).


In Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, a spaceship splashes down in Gotham
City Harbor -- leading Batman and Superman to encounter a mysterious
Kryptonian with powers as great as those of the Man of Steel. The
Kryptonian is soon revealed to be Kara, cousin of Superman, who takes
her under his wing to educate her about the ways of Earth. However,
the villainous Darkseid has other plans. Seeing an opportunity to
finally defeat Superman, Darkseid abducts and gains control of Kara,
utilizing the powerful Kryptonian to do his bidding. It’s up to Batman
and Superman to save Kara, but they’ll have to take the fight to
Darkseid within his hostile world – where unknown, deadly threats lurk
around every corner, including a brainwashed Kryptonian able to match
Superman blow-for-blow.

Fan favorites Tim Daly (Private Practice) and Kevin Conroy (China
Beach) return to their seminal roles as Superman and Batman,
respectively. The celebrity-laden guest cast is headed by Andre
Braugher (Men of a Certain Age) as the daunting Darkseid. Sci-Fi
heroine Summer Glau (Serenity/Firefly, Terminator: The Sarah Connor
Chronicles) provides the voice of Supergirl, and seven-time Emmy Award
winner Ed Asner (Up) reprises his Superman: The Animated
Series/Justice League role as Granny Goodness.

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