Source: FLASHPOINT PARADOX Gets Release Date, Cast, Logline
Newsarama revealed today of the release date for Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox and it'll be slated for July 30, 2013. It'll be an adaptation of Flashpoint Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert , the controversial story from DC Comics that resulted in the company's New 52.
Along with this bit of news Rama also reports of some of the vocal cast in the movie as well. First up is of course the not so surprising fact that Kevin Conroy will be involved and be voicing once again Bruce Wayne/Batman in the movie. What isn't known is who'll be voicing Thomas Wayne/Flashpoint Batman. Dana Delany from Superman: The Animated Series reprises her role of Lois Lane in the movie as well. Also in the cast and reprising his role of the Deathstroke/Slade Wilson (to which he started on the 2000 cartoon series Teen Titans) will be Ron Perlman. It's likely he'll be voicing the pirate Flashpoint themed version of the character. Filling up the announced vocal cast is Vanessa Marshall who reprises her role of Wonder Woman from the animated DC movie Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths. There is still no word of who'll be voicing other characters namely Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, and Reverse Flash. Though when word does get out expect us to follow up on it.
The last bit is our first look of the animation of the movie with a still of Flash aka Barry Allen in this:
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