‘Arizona’ Star Elizabeth Gillies To Voice Catwoman In “Anime Inspired” Film ‘Catwoman: Hunted’

‘Catwoman: Hunted’ is an upcoming “anime-inspired” film from DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation that follows Selina Kyle, who will be voiced by TV’s ‘Dynasty’ and ‘Arizona’ actress Elizabeth Gillies. The film will be released as part of the DC Animated Movie line and is expected to premiere in “early 2022.”
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Catwoman goes from “hunter to the hunted” and “picks up with Catwoman as she attempts to steal a priceless jewel. The heist puts her squarely in the crosshairs of both a powerful consortium of villains and the ever-resourceful Interpol as well as Batwoman, voiced by Stephanie Beatriz.” It will be directed by Shinsuke Terasawa and the script was penned by Greg Weisman.
DC Comics and Warner Media released a “first look” image to showcase Catwoman.

The movie will also feature a large cast including “Jonathan Banks as Black Mask, Steve Blum as Solomon Grundy, Lauren Cohan as Julia Pennyworth, Keith David as Tobias Whale, Zehra Fazal as Talia al Ghul and Nosferata, Jonathan Frakes as King Faraday and Boss Moxie, Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Barbara Minerva/Cheetah, Kelly Hu as Cheshire, Andrew Kishino as Mr. Yakuza and Domino 6, Eric Lopez as Domino 1, Jacqueline Obradors as La Dama, and Ron Yuan as Doctor Tzin.”
Selina Kyle as her alter ego Catwoman has become one of Batman’s most frequent adversaries, though she is also shown to be his partner and, at times, his lover. She has appeared in several forms of media, including theatrical films where she been portrayed by Lee Meriwether (1966’s ‘Batman’), Michelle Pfeiffer (‘Batman Returns’), Halle Berry (‘Catwoman’), Anne Hathaway (‘The Dark Knight Rises’), and Zoë Kravitz taking on the role in the upcoming film ‘The Batman.’
Catwoman was featured as a character in two of the ‘Batman: Arkham’ video game series where she was voiced by Grey DeLisle.

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