Batman And Harley Quinn To Take The Big Screen Together In 2017!
The two films Batman: The Killing Joke and Suicide Squad have no doubt become DC Comics fans dreams come true. Batman is the highly-anticipated adaptation of what is considered to be the seminal Batman and Joker tale. Meanwhile, Suicide Squad helps set the tone for villainous admiration. That being said, it would be easy to understand why Warner Brothers Animation would be so willing to release more films adhering to the popular comic heroes and otherwise. So when they hosted a panel at the San Diego Comic-Con at the end of July, they decided to close it out with a special announcement, just before premiering Batman: The Killing Joke.
The announcement revealed that there will be another three films released from their DC Animated Originals line. Coming up first will be the already-announced Justice League Dark, which pulls together the team of supernatural heroes in order to combat a magical threat. Warner Brothers also confirmed that both John Constantine and Swamp Thing will be characters in the film.
Following Justice League Dark will be Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. This will be an adaptation of a story that WB Animation has had in the works for years, but has lately been denying that any production was actually going forward. The movie moves to adapt one of Marv Wolfman and George Perez‘s most acclaimed stories from their seminal run.
Finally, a third film set to come out next summer was announced. The film is set to be titled Batman and Harley Quinn, which will be a completely original plot from Bruce Timm, who co-created the character of Harley Quinn with Paul Dini. As of right now, those are the only details available. However, until there is more to be said for this new film, know that Batman: The Killing Joke is now available on digital HD.