Michael Rosenbaum On His Return As The Flash

Michael Rosenbaum, perhaps the best on-screen Lex Luthor since Gene Hackman, marks his return to the DC Universe as the voice of The Flash in the animated film Justice League: Doom, available now. Rosenbaum previously voiced the Scarlet Speedster in the 2001-2006 animated TV series Justice League so it’s only natural he’s be the right man for the job. Warner Bros. Home Video has provided the below video interview segments and Gary Miereanu has provided the photos! Enjoy!

Michael Rosenbaum makes his triumphant return as the beloved voice of The Flash in JUSTICE LEAGUE: DOOM, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movies, available everywhere now.

Rosenbaum brought his own playful, gregarious, sometimes sarcastic personality to Flash for the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited animated television series, setting the standard as the voice behind the “fastest man alive.” Rosenbaum is one of eight actors returning to their original animated voice from the Justice League series.

Fanboy crowds also hold Rosenbaum in high esteem for his impressive performance as Lex Luthor for seven seasons of Smallville. He’ll soon be seen opposite Bradley Cooper and Kristen Bell in Outrun, and he’s currently in production on Old Days, a triple threat for Rosenbaum as he is writer, director and star of the film.

Justice League: Doom finds Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Cyborg and Batman on their heels when a team of super villains discover and implement the Dark Knight’s “contingency plans” for stopping any rogue Justice League member. The story is inspired by Mark Waid’s much-heralded “JLA: Tower of Babel.”

Produced by Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the all-new Justice League: Doom is available now from Warner Home Video as a Blu-Ray Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download. Both the Blu-Ray Combo Pack and DVD will include an UltraViiolet Digital Copy.

Any interview with Rosenbaum is well worth the price of admission, as you just don’t know which direction the answer might come from. Here’s a Q&A with the actor following his first voice session for the film …

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