DC Universe movies is set to entertain the audience with two original productions and one two-part film.
Matt Bomer announced the news during DC Fandome discussion that Batman: The Long Halloween will receive a two-part animated feature film adaptation, reported by IGN.
Part one of Batman: The Long Halloween will debut in the summer of 2021, with the second and final installment due out in the fall of next year.
A 13-issue comics story arc which was first published in 1996 chronicles a period early in Batman's crime-fighting career that sees him on the trail of the Holiday Killer. Holiday is a serial murderer who claims a new victim on each major holiday.
Batman's mission to catch Holiday also sees him cross paths with supervillains such as Joker, Catwoman, Scarecrow, Calendar Man, and Solomon Grundy.
DC universe will also release 'Batman: Soul of the Dragon', a 1970s-set original tale exec produced by Bruce Timm and 'Justice Society: World War II.'
Batman: Soul of the Dragon's voice cast includes Grimm's David Giuntoli as the voice of Bruce Wayne/Batman, Arrow's Michael Jai White reprising his live-action role as Ben Turner/Bronze Tiger, Mark Dacascos as Richard Dragon, Kelly Hu as Lady Shiva, James Hong as O-Sensei, and Josh Keaton as Jeffrey Burr.