Rosario Dawson To Voice Catwoman In New Batman Project
It’s been revealed that Rosario Dawson will be voicing Catwoman in a new Batman project, which is going to be a podcast.
This upcoming podcast is going to be called Batman: The Audio Adventures and they’ve now added two new major cast members in Dawson and John Leguizamo.
The podcast will be available only on HBO Max, which is an interesting way to go.
It’s a bit annoying for me because we don’t have HBO Max over here in Europe yet.
According to a press release from HBO Max, Dawson will star as Catwoman, while Leguizamo will star as the Riddler.
Jeffrey Wright was already attached to the project and he’ll be voicing Batman in the podcast.
Wright is also going to be in the upcoming live-action Batman film as Commissioner Gordon.
Rosario Dawson will be the voice of Catwoman in a new Batman podcast
Batman: The Audio Adventures is set to launch exclusively on HBO Max this autumn.
Here’s the podcast’s official description:
In partnership with Warner Bros. and DC, this scripted audio original, Gotham City comes to lurid life in the theater of your mind… with a sensational pageant of technicolor villainy unlike any other on Earth. Mafioso Penguins. Thieving Catwomen. Terrorist Riddlers. Killing Jokers… a city where some problems can only be solved by a billionaire in a bat costume.
HBO Max describes The Audio Adventures as follows:
“Rollicking, over-the-top Batman adventure that draws inspiration from the vintage noir atmosphere of the celebrated Batman: The Animated Series, the spirited fun of the classic 1960s Batman TV series and the entire 80-plus year history of the Batman franchise.
The podcast is written and directed by Dennis McNicholas.
It will feature what HBO Max calls “devilishly delightful original music” and “an A-list cast,” including Wright, Dawson, Leguizamo and “a who’s who of incredible Saturday Night Live alums.”
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