Nathan Fillion to Voice Hal Jordan in “Justice League: Doom”

Nathan Fillion, star of ABC’s hit series “Castle” and long time geek friendly actor, is returning to the role of Hal Jordan in the direct to video Warner Brothers animated feature “Justice League: Doom” which is slated to be released in early 2012.  Fillion first voiced Hal Jordan in “Green Lantern: Emerald Knights” and was the first choice by many fans for the role in the live action film, spurring one fan to make a faux trailer for the film.  Bruce Timm is producing the film based on the popular Mark Waid story “Tower of Babel” and created from the last script penned by the late Dwayne McDuffie.  Kyle Rayner was the Green Lantern in the original story which focused on Batman’s secret plans to deal with members of the Justice League should they go rogue being stolen and used by a group of super villains.

Voicing characters in the movie are a cast of actors very familiar to fans of the DC Animated Universe.  Tim Daly (Superman) , Kevin Conroy (Batman), Michael Rosebaum (Flash), Susan Eisenberg (Wonder Woman), and Carl Lumbly (Martian Manhunter) all return to the roles they created in the Superman, Batman and Justice League animated series.  Actor Bumper Robinson will be voicing Cyborg.
Source: TV Guide

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