Justice League: World at war will be a darker movie than previous DC movies. The MPA revealed that the next DC Animated movies have an “R” rating.
Why is Justice League: Warworld Rated R?
According to the Motion Picture Association (via Bloody Disgusting), Justice League: Warworld is rated “R” for “some bloody violence.” This indicates that the film will feature darker, more violent action than before.
This isn’t the first time a DC animated project has been given an “R” rating. Previous films Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, Batman: The Killing Joke, INJUSTICEand Justice League Dark everyone received them, just to name a few.
No official release date for Justice League: Warworld has been announced yet. However, the film is set to feature a star-studded cast, with many actors set to reprise their roles in the DC Animated Universe. The film stars Jensen Ackles as Batman/Officer Wayne, Stana Katic as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, and Darren Criss as Superman/Agent Kent.
Also set to appear in the film are Ike Amadi as Martian Manhunter/J’onn J’onzz, Troy Baker as Jonah Hex, Matt Bomer as Old Man, Roger C. Cross as Machiste, Brett Dalton as Bat Lash, Trevor Devall as Drifter , John DiMaggio as Lobo, Robin Atkin Downes as Mongul, Frank Grillo as Agent Faraday, Rachel Kimsey as Mariah Romanova, David Lodge as Sheriff, and Damian O’Hare as Deimos and Teddy Sears as Warlord.
“Until now, the Justice League is a loose association of the most powerful individuals. But when they are swept into Warworld, a place of endless brutal gladiatorial combat, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and others must unite to form an invincible resistance capable of leading the entire planet to freedom,” reads the official synopsis for the film.