Voice Cast for “Justice League vs. The Fatal Five” Announced

The Hollywood Reporter has revealed the voice cast involved in the upcoming “Justice League vs. The Fatal Five” animated movie.

With DC’s greatest heroes set to take on deadly foes from the future, Warner Bros. has chosen a voice cast that features a mix of voice actors new and old, with veterans such as Kevin Conroy and Susan Eisenberg being joined by Diane Guerrero and Elyes Gabel.

“Justice League vs. The Fatal Five” finds the fate of the earth hanging in the balance when the Justice League faces a powerful new threat – the Fatal Five! Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman seek answers as the time-traveling trio of Mano, Persuader and Tharok terrorize Metropolis in search of budding Green Lantern, Jessica Cruz. With her unwilling help, they aim to free remaining Fatal Five members Emerald Empress and Validus to carry out their sinister plan. But the Justice League has also discovered an ally from another time in the peculiar Star Boy – brimming with volatile power, could he be the key to thwarting the Fatal Five? An epic battle against ultimate evil awaits!

Elyes Gabel, the Scorpion star also known for the first two seasons of Game of Thrones, is voicing Thomas Kallor/Star Boy. Doom Patrol‘s Diane Guerrero voice stars as Jessica Cruz/Green Lantern.

Along with Kevin Conroy (Batman) and Susan Eisenberg (Wonder Woman), George Newbern returns to voice the role of Superman, bringing together the trinity from “Justice League” and “Justice League Unlimited”.

The Fatal Five will be voiced by Mass Effect‘s Peter Jessop as Thorak, SpongeBob SquarePants‘ Tom Kenny as Bloodsport, Batman Ninja‘s Matthew Yang King as The Persuader, This Is Us‘ Sumalee Montano as Emerald Empress and Grimm‘s Philip Anthony Rodriguez as Mano.

The voice cast also includes Daniela Bobadilla as Miss Martian, Kevin Michael Richardson as Mr. Terrific, Noel Fisher as Brainiac 5 and Tara Strong as Saturn Girl.

There’s no release date for this animated movie as yet, but it is expected to arrive around March/April 2019.

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Superman2878
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Superman2878

These photos reminds me of the legion of superheroes series back in the mid 2000’s. I miss that series. I wonder if they will ever release the entire series on Blu-ray or dvd. I know season one is on Blu-ray and season 2 is on iTunes, but I would like to have it on a complete Blu-ray or dvd collection. Hopefully it will happen one day soon.
Still, this animated movie does have me intrigued. I look forward to seeing it.

JasEl
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JasEl

loved that show. I’m hoping for season 2 on video also

Superman2878
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Superman2878

I wish that they would bring that show back just like how they brought back young justice. New episodes and all.

Superman2878
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Superman2878

Oops. I meant to say that season one is on dvd. I don’t know if it’s on Blu-ray though.

redcape
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redcape

In typical now a day fashion….Green Lantern isn’t who HE should be(Hal Jordan). Even in animated films we must rearrange the characters to accommodate more female presents. Will it ever end??

superhero
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superhero

i think it could prove to be an interesting take. i’m excited to see this version, myself.

redcape
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redcape

Under normal circumstances I would agree with you. But this on going female token-izing has gone way over board.

MattComics
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MattComics

Come on dude, don’t start the Alex Jones routine again. Jessica Cruz has been a presence in Green Lantern and Justice League comics for a while now. There’s been many Green Lanterns besides Hal who have been the main GL of Earth and/or the protagonist of that title. Besides, there’s nothing in the synopsis that says the other GL’s aren’t in play. If your story is needing a rookie GL (as opposed to a seasoned vet like Hal) Jessica isn’t a bad choice for that. I don’t think her being in this feature means that nothing will be made with… Read more »

redcape
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redcape

Alex Jones?? NOPE. But can’t deny that the token-izing isn’t trickling down at every level.

Kal-Ed
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Kal-Ed

This case has been going on for ages. Long before the Jessica Cruz debate even started. Just give it a try and be open to acceptance.

Superman2878
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Superman2878

Who is Jessica Cruz? I’m not a Green Lantern reader, so I’m unfamiliar with this character.

Kal-Ed
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Kal-Ed

She appeared in the JL and GL titled during the New 52 run. Whereas she does not have a standard GL corps power ring, rather the one of Power Ring from the Crime Syndicate of Amerika, the Volthoom entity that is powered by fear.

Superman2878
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Superman2878

Thanks Kal-Ed

redcape
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redcape

Acceptance??? I can take some of it but when it becomes a main theme and starts representing the ONLY direction then I can only take so much. Example: I certainly will NOT be “accepting” a Supergirl movie over Superman.

Kal-Ed
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Kal-Ed

Look the whole female empowerment move has been going on since the early 1970s. Actually since the end of the second world war. Most of the men who died in battle were the only bread winners. And women were forced to go to work and make a living somehow to support themselves and children. Prompting that iconic Rosie The Riveter slogan ‘We Can Do It!’ But that slogan was around since as early as the 1920s. And it became a symbol of feminine power and independence after a small resurgence in the common consciousness. The end of the 1960s/early 1970s… Read more »

Kal-Ed
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Kal-Ed

And she looks like Penelope Cruz. Muy Caliente.