‘Batman: Caped Crusader’: Animation canceled by Warner Bros is RESCUED by Amazon Prime

Last year, it was disclosed that the animation ‘Batman: Caped Crusader‘ was one of the projects canceled by Warner Bros. discovery after David Zaslav assumed the presidency of the studio.

However, the idea produced by Bruce Timm (‘Batman – The Animated Series’), along with JJ Abrams (‘Star Trek’) and Matt Reeves (‘Batman’), was acquired by Amazon Prime.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the streaming platform has already ordered two seasons of the animation, which will feature scripts by Ed Brubakera comic artist who has worked on several titles for A.D and the Marvel.

Each season is expected to run for 10 episodes, with the aim of reinventing Batman and his iconic rogues gallery with a sophisticated narrative, distinctive characters and intense action sequences… All set in a visually stunning world.

Utilizing state-of-the-art animation techniques and technologies, ‘Batman: Caped Crusader‘ was designed with the goal of once again reinventing the Batman mythology and his iconic gallery of allies and villains with sophisticated storytelling, nuanced characters and intense action sequences, all set in a visually stunning world.

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The series will mark the long-awaited return of Timm to television animation of Batman after he commanded ‘Batman: The Animated Series‘, winner of Emmy.

For reeves It is abramsthe collaboration is significant on several levels – as the duo collaborated on several projects over several decades, as in the series ‘happiness’ (1998) and in the movie ‘Cloverfield – Monster‘ (2008).

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