The DC Movie Universe (DCMU) is a film franchise and shared fictional universe that is the setting of superhero films based in comic book characters created by DC Comics. It was established using crossovers between various superhero films released by DC since 2012.
Year One is the first phase of the universe, comprising of the first ten films which lead up to the Justice League. This part introduces Superman, Batman, Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter and Aquaman into the universe. This phase focuses on introducing these characters and mostly telling their origins, while also chronicling how they came to form the Justice League.
Three years after the death of Harvey Dent and the capture of the Joker, Batman is hated by everybody, so much that he never comes out again. Bruce wayne, however, is a different story. He is the CEO of Wayne Enterprises, WayneTech, and the newly founded Wayne Corps. Wayne Corps specializes in vehicles since Applied Sciences is down in the dumps. However Lucius Fox, after he quit after the TDK, does not make the vehicles anymore. Instead it is a new intern named Garfield Lynns. Meanwhile, at Gotham High School, a freak named Waylon Jones is being picked on because... well, you know. If you don't, go look him up. Anyway, eventually, he turned to a life of crime and broke into Wayne Enterprises. He killed several men, but stole the Croc Serum Wayne was working on. Long story short, he becomes Killer Croc.
Later in the movie, Garfield mysteriously quits one day, and the only traces of him are a newspaper he left on Wayne's table, reading about Firefly. Firefly does not return, though. After that, Bruce gets home and Alfred tells him that there was a murder at Slaughter Swamp, and the guy who was murdered was a man named Cyrus Gold. But Bruce tells Alfred that there are more important things going on, and that he needs to track Garfield Lynns down. When Bruce gets down to the Batcave, Alfred shows him a new vehicle Wayne Corps made, the Batcraft, a submersible boat that can fly like a jet at speeds even he never saw. But Bruce is resiliant on finding Garfield.
After, Batman goes to Commissioner Gordon, asking him if he has any data on Garfield Lynns, but he says no. Barbara, his daughter that he adopted after his wife and two kids moved to Cleveland (remember in TDKR when they said that? Well, it happened right after Harvey Dent died.) Barbara, at 20 years old, asks Batman for assistance, but Batman denies her and is gone. After that, back at the Batcave, Barbara hacks into Bruce's network and asks if she can be Batgirl, a fearless super-sidekick. (Remember she is a master at hacking.) Batman says if she can hack his channel then she's got skills. So Batman lets her on the team, after training her, of course.
Sometime after that, a big building collapses in Downtown Gotham, and the wreckage is covered in thick clay. Bruce Wayne investigates the scene to scan fingerprints of a man named Basil Karlo. Commissioner G and the police force are there and Commissioner G tells Bruce that they do have records on a man named Basil Karlo. Gordon explains that he was jealous of a man in a film who was playing a villain, Clayface, so he went there and murdered the cast and crew. (For the history of Basil Karlo, go and look it up, ya emo.) Bruce tells Gordon that he needs to analyze this and goes back to the Batcave as Batman, and sees Batgirl standing there. Batgirl tells Batman that she met up with Killer Croc and they battled in the sewers and she is weak.
Just then, in the Batcave, a big, huge clay monster rises next to Batman and Batgirl! They all have an epic battle, destroying almost everything in the Batcave. Clayface eventually pulls out a sniper and shoots Batgirl through the back! She collapses, but Batman is still fighting with Clayface! Clayface then mysteriously turns into a tiny ball of clay and escapes from Batman. Batman can now check on Batgirl. Batgirl is not good, though, and says she will never be able to crime-fight again. In the next scene at the hospital, Barbara is seen in a wheelchair, surprisingly okay. She survived! Her identity ios now revealed. Right then and there, a teenager comes up to Batman and says that he's in a tough case and with these two villains, Killer Croc and Clayface on the loose, Batman will never be able to cope. Batman agrees and takes this teenager back to the Batcave and trains him, learning his name is Dick Grayson, family of the Flying Graysons (again, look them up.) Dick Grayson is now Nightwing!
After Batman and Nightwing brawl some bad guys, Barbara tunes in on Batman's channel and tells him that as her new identity, Oracle, she will guide him and Nightwing through their tough cookies. A robber then comes out of the jewelery store they saved from robbery and shoots Nightwing with a sniper, and Nightwing dies on the spot. Batman takes down the thug by using his grapple, and when the thug wakes up, he is hanging off the Gotham Pioneers Bridge. The thug confesses that Clayface and Killer Croc paid him to do this, but it was too late. Batman demanded where they were, and the thug said they made their base of operations in Wonder City, past Old Gotham under the Gotham Slums. Immediatly Batman takes off, leaving the criminal hanging there.
Batman gets into Old Gotham, a place underground like no other, and all of a sudden, a long clay rope grabs Batman and pulls him into Wonder City. Batman is tired now, and looks up to see what awaits him. There stands the Killer Clayface, Killer Croc with tough clay armor on. How will Batman beat "them"? They have a tough, long brawl, Killer Clayface even through Batman through a couple of abandoned shops, too. But finally, Batman used all his gadgets on Killer Clayface, and finally made a wall collapse on Killer Clayface, squashing Killer Croc. But the clay on the ground next to Batman was Clayface, who had escaped when Killer Croc was defeated. Clayface then emerged from that tiny ball of clay on the ground to a double-the-size Clayface. Batman would have the battle of his life, now. Oracle guided him, and eventually beat Clayface. Clayface was no longer Clayface, he was a big mountain of clay that lay there in abandoned Wonder City.
In the end, Wayne Corps shuts down and Applied Sciences is on the books again, and everything is ready for TDKR.
Superman Reborn (2012) was the first and a half installment of the universe and a reboot of the Superman film series. The film focuses on Superman's origin, from his birth on Krypton, his childhood in Smallville and his new role as a superhero in Metropolis, where he encounters his first opponent; General Zod, a fellow Kryptonian who wants revenge of Superman as his father, Jor-El, was responsible for imprisoning Zod during the last days of Krypton.
The film features Armie Hammer as Superman, Cobie Smulders as Lois Lane, Joel Courtney as Jimmy Olsen, Tommy Lee Jones as Perry White, Benedict Cumberbatch as General Zod, Michael Biehn as Jax-Ur, Jon Hamm as Jor-El and Harrison Ford and Meryl streep as Johnathan and Martha Kent. Superman Reborn was directed by Matthew Vaughn and scored by Danny Elfman.
The Batman (2013) was the second installment of the universe and a reboot of the Batman film series. The film focuses on Edward Nygma, a Wayne Industries employee, who develops a device which can enhance the human brain. However, it is stolen by his boss, Roland Daggett, causing the unstable Nygma to snap and become the supervillain known as the Riddler. Meanwhile, Batman and Police Commissioner James Gordon investigate a series of murders and are sent clues by the killer, eventually revealed to be Nygma himself.
The film features Eric Bana as Batman, Geoffrey Rush as Alfred Pennyworth, Bryan Cranston as James Gordon, Emma Stone as Barbara Gordon, Billy Dee Williams as Lucius Fox and Michael C. Hall as Edward Nygma. The Batman was directed by Sam Mendes and scored by David Julyan.
The Flash (2014) is the third installment of the universe and is the first theatrical Flash film. The film focuses on Barry Allen, a forensic scientist who suffers a lab accident and gains the powers of super speed and super strength. Meanwhile, fire consultant Mick Rory becomes obsessed with Barry's new alter ego, the Flash, and transforms himself into the supervillain Heat Wave.
The film features Bradley Cooper as Barry Allen, Sarah Michelle Gellar as Iris West, Dylan McDermott as Mick Rory, Ben Foster as Hunter Zolomon, Charles Dance as Darryl Frye and Anthony Anderson. The Flash was directed by Brett Ratner and scored by Cliff Martinez.
Wonder Woman (2014) is the fourth installment of the universe and the first theatrical Wonder Woman film. The film focuses on Princess Diana of Themyscira, who is charged with escorting pilot Steve Trevor back to America after he crash lands on Themyscira. Meanwhile, the God of War Ares escapes from his prison and raises an army of undead Amazons to attack Washington D.C.
The film features Michelle Monaghan as Wonder Woman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Steve Trevor, Eric Roberts as Ares and Famke Janssen as Hippolyta. Wonder Woman was directed by Roger Spottiswoode and scored by Marco Beltrami.
Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn
Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015) is the fifth installment of the universe and a reboot of the Green Lantern film series. The film focuses on test pilot Hal Jordan, who is selected by dying Green Lantern Abin Sur to be his successor. He is taken to the planet Oa to be trained by other Green Lanterns such as Kilowog, Tomar-Re and Thaal Sinestro. Hal must then save Earth from the alien warlord Atrocitus, who has gained control of an army of Manhunters.
The film features Nathan Fillion as Hal Jordan, Selma Blair as Carol Ferris, Sam Neil as Carl Ferris, Michael Chiklis as Kilowog, John Hurt as Tomar-Re, Jason Isaacs as Thaal Sinestro, Kenneth Branagh as Abin Sur and Vin Diesel as Atrocitus. Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn was directed by Louis Leterrier and scored by Brian Tyler.
Shadow of the Batman
Shadow of the Batman (2015) is the fifth installment of the universe and the first sequel to The Batman. The film focuses on Batman dealing with a new love interest, reporter Vicki Vale, a new police detective who dislikes him, Harvey Bullock, and two new supervillains; Victor Fries, a scientist condemned to life in a cryogenic suit due to a lab accident, and Waylon Jones, a human guinea pig who is transformed into the monstrous Killer Croc.
The film features Eric Bana, Geoffrey Rush, Bryan Cranston, Emma Stone and Billy Dee Williams reprising their roles from the first film and introduces Christina Hendricks as Vicki Vale, Clive Owen as Harvey Bullock, Patrick Stewart as Victor Fries and Kevin Grievoux as Killer Croc. Sam Mendes and David Julyan returned to direct and score Shadow of the Batman respectively.
Superman II: The Man of Steel
Superman II: The Man of Steel (2015) is the sixth installment of the universe and the first sequel to Superman Reborn. The film focuses on Superman finding himself at odds with billionaire industrialist Lex Luthor while also juggling his love life with Lois Lane. To add to his problems, Superman is faced with the appearance of the rogue Kryptonian A.I. Brainiac, who was partially responsible for the planet's destruction.
The film features Armie Hammer, Cobie Smulders, Joel Courtney, Tommy Lee Jones, Jon Hamm, Harrison Ford and Meryl Streep reprising their roles from the first film and introduces Billy Zane as Lex Luthor, Charlize Theron as Mercy Graves and Peter Weller as Brainiac. Matthew Vaughn and Danny Elfman return to direct and score Superman II: The Man of Steel respectively.
The Flash 2
The Flash 2 (2016) is the seventh installment of the universe and the first sequel to The Flash. The film focuses on Barry Allen's friend Hunter Zolomon also developing super speed and super strength but using his powers for evil as opposed to good, while a circus performer named James Jesse goes insane becomes the new villain the Trickster.
The film features Bradley Cooper, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ben Foster, Charles Dance and Anthony Anderson reprising their roles from the first film and introduces Alex Pettyfer as Wally West and Michael Sheen as the Trickster. Brett Ratner and Cliff Martinez return to direct and score The Flash 2 respectively.
World's Finest (2016) is the eigth installment of the universe and is a crossover between Superman and Batman. The film focuses on Batman arriving in Metropolis to investigate the villainous Oswald Cobbelpot, who has teamed up with Lex Luthor. He encounters Superman, who disagrees with Batman's methods, and the two fight. However, they are forced to work together when a far more dangerous card is played; the Joker.
The film features Armie Hammer, Eric Bana, Cobie Smulders, Joel Courtney, Billy Zane, Charlize Theron, Tommy Lee Jones, Geoffrey Rush, Bryan Cranston, Clive Owen and Billy Dee Williams reprising their roles from the previous films and introduces Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Oswald Cobbelpot, Crispin Glover as the Joker and Amanda Seyfried as Harley Quinn. World's Finest was directed by Joss Whedon and scored by James Newton Howard.
Justice League (2017) is the ninth installment of the universe and is a crossover between all previous films. The film focuses on Batman being approached by Martian J'onn J'onzz to assist him saving the world from Aquaman, the ruthless King of Atlantis, who is preparing an army to invade the surface world. They both know that the threat is far too large to take on alone, so they recruit the help of Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash and Green Lantern.
The film features Armie Hammer, Eric Bana, Michelle Monaghan, Bradley Cooper and Nathan Fillion reprising their roles and introduces Doug Jones as the Martian Manhunter, Alexander Skasgard as Aquaman and Norman Reedus as the Ocean Master. Justice League was directed by J.J. Abrams and scored by Hans Zimmer.
Following the Justice League, it was announced that the next film, Legend of the Batman, would begin a new part of the universe called Year Two. This continued to focus on introducing new characters such as Green Arrow and gave characters like Aquaman a solo film. It also featured the final standalone film for several characters such as Batman, Superman and Green Lantern. Made up of eight films, this phase culminated in Justice League: The Brave and the Bold in 2012.
The shadow is the tenth installment of the universe and the first to include the shadow, the inspiration for batman. The film focuses on an reporter named Margaret G. Gibson and her first experiences with the shadow.
Legend of the Batman
Legend of the Batman (2018) is the eleventh installment of the universe and the second sequel to The Batman. The film focuses on Batman adopting a young orphan named Dick Grayson after his parents are murdered, and then trains him to become his sidekick; Robin. Meanwhile, Gotham has fallen into the grip of the new crime lord Black Mask, who hires mercenary Firefly to deal with Batman when he begins to interfere with Black Mask's business.
The film features Eric Bana, Geoffrey Rush, Bryan Cranston, Clive Owen, Billy Dee Williams and Emma Stone reprising their roles from the previous films and introduces Logan Lerman as Dick Grayson, Adrianne Palicki as Julie Madison, Guy Pearce as Black Mask and Sharlto Copley as Firefly. Sam Mendes and David Julyan return for the final time to direct and score Legend of the Batman respectively.
Superman Doomsday (2018) is the twelfth installment of the universe and the second and final sequel to Superman Reborn. The film focuses on Superman facing his greatest challenge yet; Doomsday, a monstrous creation designed with the soul intention of killing Superman. Following a massive battle, Superman disappears and is presumed dead, so Lois Lane sets out to investigate, uncovering along the way a conspiracy involving Lex Luthor.
The film features Armie Hammer, Cobie Smulders, Joel Courtney, Tommy Lee Jones, Jon Hamm, Harrison Ford, Meryl Streep, Billy Zane and Charlize Theron reprising their roles from the previous films and introduces Ving Rhames as the voice of Doomsday. Matthew Vaughn and Danny Elfman return for the final time to direct and score Superman Doomsday respectively.
Green Lantern Corps
Green Lantern Corps (2018) is the thirteenth installment of the universe and the first sequel to Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn. The film focuses on Hal Jordan being given a new partner; John Stewart, Earth's "back-up" Green Lantern. The two set off on a search for fugitive Kanjar Ro, who has located the source of Yellow Energy and is trying to convert it into a weapon. They evenutally uncover a conspiracy between Kanjar Ro and Hector Hammond.
The film features Nathan Fillion, Selma Blair, Sam Neil, Michael Chiklis, John Hurt and Jason Isaacs reprising their roles from the first film and introduces Idris Elba as John Stewart, William Fichtner as Hector Hammond and Kevin Spacey as Kanjar Ro. Louis Leterrier and Brian Tyler return to direct and score Green Lantern Corps respectively.
The Flash: Speed Force
The Flash: Speed Force (2019) is the fourteenth installment of the universe and the second and final sequel to The Flash. The film focuses on Barry Allen and Wally West investigating the existence of the mysterious Gorilla City, and learn of a deadly plot by simian dictator Gorilla Grodd to destroy the city and murder it's inhabitants.
The film features Bradley Cooper, Alex Pettyfer, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Charles Dance and Anthony Anderson reprising their roles from the previous films and introduces Andy Serkis as Gorilla Grodd and Anna Kendrick as Valerie Perez. Brett Ratner and Cliff Martinez return for the final time to direct and score The Flash: Speed Force respectively.
Green Arrow (2019) is the fifteenth installment of the universe and the first theatrical Green Arrow film. The film focuses on the origin of Green Arrow, who went from being a billionaire playboy by the name of Oliver Queen to hardened survivalist and heroic vigilante by the name of Green Arrow, and chronicles his first battle with the supervillain Count Vertigo.
The film features Simon Baker as Oliver Queen, Julie Benz as Dinah Drake and Gary Oldman as Count Vertigo. Green Arrow was directed by Jonathan Liebesman and scored by John Ottman.
Aquaman: King of Atlantis
Aquaman: King of Atlantis (2020) is the sixteenth installment of the universe and the first theatrical Aquaman film. The film focuses on Aquaman going on a planet-wide search for Black Manta, a mysterious villain who kidnapped his son from Atlantis.
The film features Alexander Skasgard reprising his role from Justice League and introduces Isla Fisher as Queen Mera and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Black Manta. Aquaman: King of Atlantis was directed by Marc Foster and scored by Steve Jablonsky.
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights (2020) is the seventeenth installment of the universe and the second and final sequel to Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn. The film focuses on Hal Jordan and John Stewart being recruited by Kyle Rayner, a Green Lantern from the future, where Sinestro has stolen the Yellow Power Ring and overthrown the Guardians of the Universe. They are joined by Guy Gardner, a Green Lantern from an alternate reality where the ring chose him over Hal Jordan.
The film features Nathan Fillion, Idris Elba, Selma Blair, Sam Neil, Michael Chiklis, John Hurt and Jason Isaacs reprising their roles from the previous films and introduces Jake Gyllenhall as Kyle Rayner and Kevin Durand as Guy Gardner. Louis Leterrier and Brian Tyler return for the final time to direct and score Green Lantern: Emerald Knights respectively.
Justice League: The Brave and the Bold
Justice League: The Brave and the Bold (2021) is the eigthteenth installment of the universe and the first sequel to Justice League. The film focuses on the Justice League being joined by four new members; Aquaman, Green Arrow, Hawkman and Zatanna (Barry Allen is replaced as the Flash by Wally West) in order to battle Brainiac, who has returned and is planning to destroy Earth.
The film features Armie Hammer, Eric Bana, Michelle Monaghan, Nathan Fillion, Alex Pettyfer, Doug Jones, Alexander Sasgard, Simon Baker, Peter Weller and Billy Zane reprising their roles from the previous films and introduces Joe Magnellio as Hawkman, Zooey Deschanel as Zatanna and Tim Curry as Despero. J.J. Abrams and Hans Zimmer return to score and direct Justice League: The Brave and the Bold respectively.
The batman/The shadow
the batman/the shadow is the nineteenth installment in the universe and a crossoveer between the batman and the shadow.
Year Three is the third and final part of the universe, comprising six films. It introduces more new characters such as Static and Captain Marvel, a new team called the Teen Titans, and features the second non-Justuce League crossover in DC Trinity. The final film in this phase, and the last film overall, was Justice League: Apocalypse, which tied up all loose ends and laid the universe to rest.
Teen Titans (2022) is the nineteenth installment of the universe and a spin-off from Legend of the Batman. The film focuses on Robin, who is sent by the League to investigate the activites of the H.I.V.E. Academy in Jump City. Here, he meets three other superheroes; the half-man, half-machine Cyborg, the shapeshifter Beast Boy and the witch Raven. They learn that H.I.V.E. have captured the alien princess Starfire and decides to take them on and rescue her, eventually uncovering a conspiracy involving H.I.V.E. leader Brother Blood and Starfire's sister Blackfire.
The film features Logan Lerman reprising his role as Robin and introduces Brandon T. Jackson as Cyborg, Jake T. Austin as Beast Boy, Elizabeth Gillies as Raven, Jennifer Lawrence as Starfire, Kevin Bacon as Brother Blood and Britt Robertson as Blackfire. Teen Titans was directed by Shane Black and scored by Ramin Djawadi.
Shazam! (2023) is the twentieth installment of the universe and the first theatrical Shazam film. The film focuses on Billy Batson, a young boy who is granted the ability to transform into the superhero Captain Marvel, and must use this power to defeat the evil warlord Black Adam.
The film features Nathan Kress as Billy Batson, Josh Brolin as Captain Marvel and Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam. Shazam! was directed by Gore Verbinski and scored by Klaus Badelt.
DC Trinity (2024) is the twenty-first installment of the universe and a crossover between Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. The film focuses on the three heroes Vandal Savage, in a bid to create a utopia, trying to redirect a comet towards Earth. The only ones who stand in his way are the Justice League, so he designs a systematic way to put them out of action. Only Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman avoid incapacitation and must stop Savage before he plans come to fruition.
The film features Armie Hammer, Eric Bana, Michelle Monaghan, Nathan Fillion, Alex Pettyfer, Doug Jones, Alexander Skasgard, Simon Baker, Joe Magnellio and Zooey Deschanel reprising their roles from previous films and introduces Liev Schreiber as Vandal Savage. Joss Whedon and James Newton Howard return to direct and score DC Trinity respectively.
Teen Titans II
Teen Titans II (2025) is the twenty-second installment of the universe and a sequel to Teen Titans. The film focuses on the Titans being aided by a new group of young superheroes, consisting of Aqualad, Batgirl, Blue Beetle and Speedy, when Beast Boy's mentors, the Doom Patrol, are assassinated by mercenary Deathstroke. They then learn that Deathstroke was hired by a former member of Project Cadmus, Maxwell Lord.
The film features Logan Lerman, Brandon T. Jackson, Jake T. Austin, Elizabeth Gillies and Jennifer Lawrence reprising their roles from the first film and introduces Nicholas Hoult as Aqualad, Emma Stone as Batgirl (reprising her role as Barbara Gordon from The Batman), Dylan O'Brien as Blue Beetle, Lucas Till as Speedy, Jared Leto as Maxwell Lord and Jackie Earle Haley as Deathstroke. Shane Black and Ramin Djawadi return to direct and score Teen Titans II respectively.
Static (2026) is the twenty-third installment of the universe and the first theatrical Static film. The film focuses on Virgil Hawkins, a high school student who is involved in a chemical accident which grants him electricity based superpowers. However, a man named Ivan Evans also gains superpowers, and he becomes the supervillain Ebon.
The film features Michael B. Jordan as Virgil Hawkins, Alexander Ludwig as Richie Foley and Hayden Christensen as Ivan Evans.
Steel (2027) is the twenty-fourth installment of the universe and second theatrical Steel film. The film focuses on John Henry Irons, a weapons designer who resigns when his friend's father is killed by one of his own inventions. When his weapon designs are stolen by former soldier Nathaniel Burke, Irons dons a prototype suit of armour to become the vigilante known as Steel. However, Burke is then found to be working for a higher power; a villain calling himself Atlas.
The film features Erik King as John Henry Irons, Kat Dennings as Natsha Sparks, James Purefoy as Nathaniel Burke and Peter Stormare as Atlas.
Teen Titans III
Teen Titans III (2028) is the twenty-fifth installment of the universe and the the second sequel to Teen Titans. The film focuses on the team attempting to protect Raven from Felix Faust, a sorcerer who is trying to free her father, the demon Trigon, from imprisonment.
The film features Logan Lerman, Brandon T. Jackson, Jake T. Austin, Elizabeth Gillies, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Emma Stone, Dylan O'Brien and Lucas Till reprising their roles from the previous films and introduces Willem Dafoe as Felix Faust and Tony Todd as Trigon. Shane Black and Ramin Djawadi return for the final time to direct and score Teen Titans III respectively.
Justice League: Apocalypse
Justice League: Apocalypse (2029) is the twenty-sixth of the universe and the final sequel to Justice League. The film focuses on all characters featured in the previous films rallying together to face the wrath of Darkseid, the Lord of Apokolips, who has launched a full-scale invasion on Earth.
The film features all previous cast members at one point or another and introduces Ron Perlman as Darkseid.
|Character||First appeared in||Portrayed by|
|Ka-El/Clark Kent/Superman||Superman Reborn (2012)||Armie Hammer|
|Bruce Wayne/Batman||The Batman (2013)||Eric Bana|
|Barry Allen/The Flash||The Flash (2014)||Bradley Cooper|
|Diana Prince/Wonder Woman||Wonder Woman (2014)||Michelle Monaghan|
|Hal Jordan/Green Lantern||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||Nathan Fillion|
|John Jones/J'onn J'onzz/Martian Manhunter||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||Doug Jones|
|Zatanna Zatara||Justice League (2017)||Zooey Deschanel|
|Arthur Curry/Aquaman||Justice League (2017)||Alexander Skarsgard|
|Oliver Queen/Green Arrow||Green Arrow (2019)||Simon Baker|
|Carter Hall/Hawkman||Justice League: The Brave and the Bold (2021)||Joe Magnellio|
|Wally West/KidFlash/Flash||The Flash 2 (2016)||Alex Pettyfer|
|Dick Grayson/Robin||Legend of the Batman (2018)||Logan Lerman|
|Barbara Gordon/Batgirl||Legend of the Batman (2018)||Emma Stone|
|Victor Stone/Cyborg||Teen Titans (2022)||Brandon T. Jackson|
|Garfield Logan/Beast Boy||Teen Titans (2022)||Jake T. Austin|
|Rachel Roth/Raven||Teen Titans (2022)||Elizabeth Gillies|
|Koriand'r/Starfire||Teen Titans (2022)||Jennifer Lawrence|
|Billy Batson||Shazam! (2023)||Nathan Kress|
|Captain Marvel||Shazam! (2023)||Josh Brolin|
|Garth/Aqualad||Aquaman: King of Atlantis (2020)||Nicholas Hoult|
|Jamie Reyes/Blue Beetle||Teen Titans II (2025)||Dylan O'Brien|
|Roy Harper/Speedy||Teen Titans II (2025)||Lucas Till|
|Virgil Hawkins/Static||Static (2026)||Michael B. Jordan|
|Lois Lane||Superman Reborn (2012)||Cobie Smulders|
|Jimmy Olsen||Superman Reborn (2012)||Joel Courtney|
|Perry White||Superman Reborn (2012)||Tommy Lee Jones|
|Jor-El||Superman Reborn (2012)||Jon Hamm|
|Johnathan and Martha Kent||Superman Reborn (2012)||Harrison Ford and Meryl Streep|
|The Eradicator||Superman Doomsday||Gene Hackman|
|Alfred Pennyworth||The Batman (2013)||Geoffrey Rush|
|James Gordon||The Batman (2013)||Bryan Cranston|
|Lucius Fox||The Batman (2013)||Billy Dee Williams|
|Iris West||The Flash (2014)||Sarah Michelle Gellar|
|Darryl Frye||The Flash (2014)||Charles Dance|
|James Forrest||The Flash (2014)||Anthony Anderson|
|Valerie Perez||The Flash: Speed Force (2019)||Anna Kendrick|
|Steve Trevor||Wonder Woman (2014)||Joseph Gordon-Levitt|
|Hippolyta||Wonder Woman (2014)||Famke Janssen|
|John Stewart||Green Lantern Corps (2018)||Idris Elba|
|Kyle Rayner||Green Lantern: Emerald Knights (2020)||Jake Gyllenhall|
|Guy Gardner||Green Lantern: Emerald Knights (2020)||Kevin Durand|
|Carol Ferris||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||
|Carl Ferris||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||Sam Neil|
|Kilowog||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||Michael Chiklis|
|Tomar-Re||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||John Hurt|
|Abin Sur||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||Kenneth Branagh|
|Vicki Vale||Shadow of the Batman (2015)||Christina Hendricks|
|Harvey Bullock||Shadow of the Batman (2015)||Clive Owen|
|Julie Madison||Legend of the Batman (2018)||Adrianne Palicki|
|Dinah Drake||Green Arrow (2019)||Julie Benz|
|Queen Mera||Aquaman: King of Atlantis (2020)||Isla Fisher|
|Richie Foley||Static (2026)||Alexander Ludwig|
|Darkseid||Justice League: The Brave and the Bold (2021)||Ron Perlman|
|Brainiac||Superman Reborn (2012)||Peter Weller|
|Despero||Justice League: The Brave and the Bold (2021)||Tim Curry|
|Lex Luthor||Billy Zane|
|Mercy Graves||The Flash (2014)||Charlize Theron|
|Eve Teschmacher||Superman Doomsday (2018)||Genesis Rodriguez|
|Orm the Ocean Master||Justice League (2017)||Norman Reedus|
|General Zod||Superman Reborn (2012)||Benedict Cumberbatch|
|Jax-Ur||Superman Reborn (2012)||Michael Biehn|
|Edward Nygma/The Riddler||The Batman (2013)||Michael C. Hall|
|Hunter Zolomon/Zoom||The Flash (2014)||Ben Foster|
|Mick Rory/Heat Wave||The Flash (2014)||Dylan McDermott|
|Ares||Wonder Woman (2014)||Eric Roberts|
|Thaal Sinestro||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||Jason Isaacs|
|Atrocitus||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||Vin Diesel|
|Victor Fries/Mr Freeze||Shadow of the Batman (2015)||Patrick Stewart|
|Waylon Jones/Killer Croc||Shadow of the Batman (2015)||Kevin Grievoux|
|James Jesse/The Trickster||The Flash 2 (2016)||Michael Sheen|
|Joker||World's Finest (2016)||Crispin Glover|
|Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn||World's Finest (2016)||Amanda Seyfried|
|Oswald Cobblepot||World's Finest (2016)||Phillip Seymour Hoffman|
|Roman Sinois/Black Mask||Legend of the Batman (2018)||Guy Pearce|
|Garfield Lynns/Firely||Legend of the Batman (2018)||Sharlto Copley|
|Doomsday||Superman Doomsday (2018)||Ving Rhames|
|Hector Hammond||Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn (2015)||William Fichtner|
|Kanjar Ro||Green Lantern Corps (2018)||Kevin Spacey|
|Gorilla Grodd||The Flash: Speed Force (2019)||Andy Serkis|
|Sarah Corwin||The Flash: Speed Force (2019)||Jennifer Love Hewitt|
|Count Vertigo||Green Arrow (2019)||Gary Oldman|
|Black Manta||Aquaman: King of Atlantis (2020)||Chiwetel Ejiofor|
|Teen Titans (2022)||Britt Robertson|
|Brother Blood||Teen Titans (2022)||Kevin Bacon|
|Black Adam||Shazam! (2023)||Dwayne Johnson|
|Vandal Savage||DC Trinity (2024)||Liev Schreiber|
|Deathstroke||Teen Titans II (2025)||Jackie Earle Haley|
|Ivan Evans/Ebon||Static (2026)||Hayden Christensen|
|Atlas||Steel (2027)||Peter Stormare|
|Nathaniel Burke||Steel (2027)||James Purefoy|
|Trigon||Teen Titans III (2028)||Tony Todd|
|Felix Faust||Teen Titans III (2028)||Willem Dafoe|
|Mammoth||Mammoth: Movie (2029)||Miguel Ferrer|