[RUMOR] ‘Batman: Hush’ Animated Film Adds Familiar Voices to Cast

The upcoming animated adaptation of Batman: Hush may have found its voice cast. Rumor has it that many veterans of other DC Animated films and properties, along with a couple newcomers. The rumors do not specify characters either, but based on previous films and shows should make it easy to make some pretty educated guesses.

New faces include Jennifer Morrison and Peyton List, while veterans Rebecca Romjin, Hynden Welch, Sachie Alessio, Jason O’Mera, Jerry O’Connell, Tara Strong, Rainn Wilson, Bruce Thomas, and Vanessa Williams are all seemingly on board.

Batman Hush Jim Lee Art

Batman: Hush is one of the most popular Batman stories of the last 20 years, and is about a mysterious bandaged new villain tied to Bruce’s past hellbent on taking him down. It features appearances by basically every important member of Batman’s rogues gallery and the Bat family, and features tons of movement on the Bruce and Selina romance. It was written by Jeph Loeb and the art team was Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair. It took place in issues #608-619 of Batman from December 2002-September 2003. It sold tons, and has been collected numerous times since its original publishing.

The animated film is slated for release this summer. As news for it is confirmed, we will bring it to you.

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