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First look at Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay animated film, voice cast revealed

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Jan 12, 2018

They're back and looking badder than before! Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment have unveiled the first image and a full cast line-up for the upcoming animated feature Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie follows Amanda Waller's secret team Task Force X, which consists of Deadshot, Bronze Tiger, Killer Frost, Captain Boomerang, Harley Quinn, and Copperhead, as they go on a mission to steal a mystical object that possesses great power. Naturally, it’s not as simple as just retrieving the object and then getting the hell out; the Suicide Squad are said to be up against some serious bad guys as they go about their assignment.

THR reports the full cast list as follows: Christian Slater (Deadshot), Billy Brown (Bronze Tiger), Liam McIntyre (Captain Boomerang), Kristin Bauer van Straten (Killer Frost), Gideon Emery (Copperhead), Tara Strong (Harley Quinn), Vanessa Williams (Amanda Waller), C. Thomas Howell (Zoom), Dania Ramirez (Scandal Savage), James Urbaniak (Professor Pyg), Julie Nathanson (Silver Banshee), Jim Pirri (Vandal Savage and Vertigo), Greg Grunberg (Maxum Steel), Dave Fennoy (Blockbuster and Tobias Whale), Cissy Jones (Knockout), Natalie Lander (Darma), Trevor Devall (Punch), Dave Boat (Harvey Dent/Two-Face), and Matthew Mercer (Savage Gunman).

There’s no word yet on the creative team behind the title, which is being kept under wraps for now. The first time these antiheroes appeared in animated movie form was for the 2014 direct-to-video release Batman: Assault on Arkham, which was directed by Jay Oliva and Ethan Spaulding and set in the universe of the Batman: Arkham video game franchise.

Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is said to arrive this spring on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital.

Head to THR to check out more pics from the film.

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