Two New Clips From LEGO Batman: The Movie
Two new clips from the upcoming animated adaptation of the highly successful LEGO Batman video games have found their way online. SuperHeroHype and MTV unveiled the two new clips showing off Batman interacting with Robin and the Riddler. The movie expands on the game’s cut scenes with a whole slew of new material added to flesh out the story. The film sees Lex Luthor trying to top Bruce Wayne‘s accomplishments by making a run for the presidency. Luthor finds himself in an uneasy alliance with the Joker in an attempt to take Batman out of the action. When Batman faces a threat he can’t handle on his own, he has to turn to a few super powered friends. LEGO Batman: The Movie- DC Superheroes Unite comes out on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD May 21st. Will you be checking this one out?
LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite provides the ultimate blend of action and humor guaranteed to entertain fanboys of all ages.
The film finds Lex Luthor taking jealousy to new heights when fellow billionaire Bruce Wayne wins the Man of the Year Award. To top Wayne’s accomplishment, Lex begins a campaign for President – and to create the atmosphere for his type of fear-based politics, he recruits the Joker to perfect a Black LEGO Destructor Ray. While wreaking havoc on Gotham, Lex successfully destroys Batman’s technology – forcing the Caped Crusader to reluctantly turn to Superman for help.
LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite features the definitive voice of Lex Luthor, Clancy Brown (The Shawshank Redemption, SpongeBob SquarePants). In addition to Baker and Willingham, the cast includes Christopher Smith (Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe) as the Joker, and Charlie Schlatter (Diagnosis Murder) in a hilarious turn as the voice of Robin.
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