Can’t wait to see this movie when it arrives on February 23, and really want to see that Spectre short subject   For those who happen to be in New York, or Beverly Hills on the screening dates, see if you can’t attend and have some fun.

Press release after the jump.

Press Release

On February 16, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths will screen at The Paley Center in New York City (25 West 52nd Street) with a media interviews starting at 5:30 p.m. and screening commencing at 6:30 p.m. A panel discussion with filmmakers and voice cast will follow the screening.

On February 18, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths will screen at The Paley Center in Beverly Hills (465 North Beverly Drive) with media interviews starting at 6:00 p.m. and screening commencing at 7:00 p.m. A panel discussion with filmmakers and voice cast will follow the screening.

In Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, a “good” Lex Luthor arrives from an alternate universe to recruit the Justice League to help save his Earth from the Crime Syndicate, a gang of villainous characters with virtually identical super powers to the Justice League. What ensues is the ultimate battle of good versus evil in a war that threatens both planets and, through a diabolical plan launched by Owlman, puts the balance of all existence in peril.

A star-studded cast provides the voices behind the super heroes and villains, led by Mark Harmon (NCIS) as Superman, James Woods (Mississippi Burning) as Owlman, Chris Noth (Law & Order, Sex and the City) as Lex Luthor, William Baldwin (Dirty Sexy Money) as Batman, Gina Torres (Firefly/Serenity) as Superwoman and Bruce Davison (X-Men) as President Wilson. Other cast members include Josh Keaton (The Spectacular Spider-Man) as The Flash, Vanessa Marshall (Grim & Evil) as Wonder Woman and Jonathan Adams (Bones) as Martian Manhunter.

via Warner Home Video

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Stephen Schleicher

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  1. TaZ
    February 6, 2010 at 7:07 am — Reply

    I noticed that The Specter here appears to be the “classic” Jim Corrigan Specter. I’m glad to see that as that phase of the charater drawn by Jim Aparo was one of my favorite “B” list characters growing up. Both he and Phantom Stranger were real enigmas at that time, kinda like Robin Williams’ Genie in “Alladin” (“Cosmic powers…itty bitty living space.”) I also really enjoyed how Spec and the good Reverend were the “storytellers” in the Kingdom Come series. I HATED Hal Jordan as the Specter since it was painfully obvious that it was a device to keep him in the mix until he could come back as GL. I also don’t like the Crispus Allen Specter. Here’s hoping that the Blackest Night will somehow bring that charcter back toward the original concept.

  2. February 6, 2010 at 9:51 am — Reply

    I love the Spectre and might buy this just for the short. The Ostrander/Mandrake series from the 90’s is one of my favorite comics runs of all time.

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