Watch the “Justice League Dark: Apokolips War” Panel

On Saturday, May 30, after a Virtual Watch Party of the animated movie “Justice League Dark: Apokolips War,” Warner Bros. held an exclusive panel with some of the creatives behind the film.

The pre-taped panel features Jerry O’Connell (Stand By Me, Jerry Maguire), voice of Superman for seven films; Matt Ryan (Legends of Tomorrow, Constantine), the voice of Constantine for both of the Justice League Dark films in the arc; Jason O’Mara (The Man in the High Castle, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), the series’ voice of Batman for 11 DC Universe Movies; Christopher Gorham (Covert Affairs, Insatiable, Ugly Betty), the voice of The Flash in six films; co-directors Matt Peters (LEGO DC: Batman – Family Matters) and Christina Sotta (Young Justice); screenwriter Ernie Altbacker (Batman: Hush, Justice League Dark); and executive producer James Tucker (Reign of the Supermen, Justice League Dark), the maestro overseeing the continuous Justice League arc for the past seven years.

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War is Rated R for strong bloody violence throughout and some language.

Culminating a seven-year, 15-film animated journey that began with the release of Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox in 2013, Justice League Dark: Apokolips War finds Earth decimated after intergalactic tyrant Darkseid has devastated the Justice League in a poorly executed war by the DC Super Heroes. Now the remaining bastions of good – the Justice League, Teen Titans, Suicide Squad and assorted others – must regroup, strategize and take the war to Darkseid in order to save the planet and its surviving inhabitants. This is truly the war to end all wars, and only the victor will live to enjoy the spoils.

“Justice League Dark: Apokolips War” is now available everywhere from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment – on Digital, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack and Blu-ray Combo Pack.

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May 31, 2020 8:26 pm

Some of the elements in the story were quite off the wall. But I would not call this a sequel in a true sense. There wasn’t a great deal of “Justice League” in this. And once again, for me anyway, I thought Superman was once again portrayed in a weak sense. Especially his conversations with butch Lois.

Last edited 3 years ago by redcape
June 10, 2020 7:40 pm

So I finally saw this film and the ending I feel was bitter sweet. Good guys win, bad guys lose, but heroes have lost a lot for the price of victory. I am glad to see that the Flash goes off to fix this through another Flash point in hopes of fixing the damage Darkside had created. Still it’s a bit of a downer of an ending though. I will miss this version of Superman. I felt that his character was really starting to get really interesting. And too bad what happened to Superboy. They could’ve really had more story… Read more »

Last edited 3 years ago by Superman2878
June 13, 2020 1:18 pm
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Too many off the wall elements through out this for me. Too many times now when they have Superman in the mix of all these characters he’s always reduced to being “non-Superman”. This was no different. And who do they have playing the tough guy? Why of course, Lois Lane. What shes even doing in this is just another example of tokenizing as far as I’m concerned. As for it being a sequel I thought that was a stretch as well. If you remember in the first one Wonder Woman runs swords throuh both of Dark Side’s eye. But I… Read more »