Though it was announced over the summer during Comic-Con International in San Diego, Warner Bros. did not reveal a look at its upcoming animated adaptation of DC's alternate reality comic, Superman: Red Son.
That changed today, however, with the release of the first still from the anticipated movie, along with a breakdown of the project's voice cast, both of which you can view below.
The film's main characters, Superman and Lex Luthor, will be voiced by Jason Isaacs and Diedrich Bader, respectively. Joining them are Amy Acker as Lois Lane, Vanessa Marshall as Wonder Woman, Phil Morris as James Olsen, Paul Williams as Brainiac, Sash Roizand Phil LaMarr as Hal Jordan and Jon Stewart, and Roger Graig Smith as Batman. Travis Willingham is slated to voice John F. Kennedy and Superior Man, William Sayers voices Joseph Stalin and Ave Zoli voices Svetlana.
Superman: Red Son was 2003 miniseries by Mark Millar, Dave Johnson and Kilian Plunkett. The story's premise explored an alternate reality where baby Kal-El's rocket ship landed in the Soviet Union, rather than the United States, with Superman ultimately becoming a symbol for Soviet values such as communism and expansionism. The Eisner-nominated series has long been a favorite alternate-reality tale, and in recent years has been featured in DC's restructured multiverse, while also seeing as inspiration for a major storyline in the fourth season of The CW's Supergirl.
Via Comic Book