The first of the new wave of new entertainment content from Warner Bros. Pictures and Lionsgate will be the rebooted action-adventure film sequel to the 2008 animated film of the same name.
The film is scheduled to be released on September 11, 2019.
The reboot of the film will also feature a new villain, the Red Hulk, who will take the role of the villain of the reboot film.
The first teaser trailer for the film was released in May.
In the trailer, a group of superheroes (Batman, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Wolverine, and more) go on a mission to save a city from the Red Horde.
The Red Horde, an evil force that controls the entire planet, has been attacking and killing the superheroes for years.
The superheroes have to use their powers to save their cities.
“It was a really difficult decision to make,” said Brad Fuller, who directed the film.
“We’re excited to work with these wonderful partners and see where we can take it.”
The film is the first of three DC Extended Universe movies, following Wonder Woman, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Justice League and Justice League: Part One.
While it is a long way from the movie that started it all, Fuller believes that Warner Bros.’ plan is to make the film in the “right” time and with the right actors.
“We’ve got a huge ensemble, a great cast, and a great script, which I think we can really make the movie we all want to make it,” he said.
“I really do think that we can pull it off.
We’re all on the same page.
We’ve got to put the characters in a place where they’re comfortable, where they feel at home, and we’re able to make a movie that people want to see.”
Warner Bros. will release the film on September 10, 2019, the same day as the opening of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first Avengers movie.
SOURCE: The Hollywood Reporter