UNITED STATES: The DC League of Super-Pets makes its theatrical debut encompassing the team up of super-powered animal heroes. The animated film generated a significant amount of revenue on its first weekend. After several delays, Warner Bros. launched their animated film starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, and Keanu Reeves on July 29, 2022.
As per various media reports, DC’s animated venture reached heights this weekend, taking the top place at the domestic box office with a haul of $23 million. The feature was the only major release the following weekend, benefiting the film’s box office collection. At the global box office, the film grossed around $41 million.
The animated film stars a talented voice cast
Jared Stem directed the DC’s animated feature while also penning the story with John Whittington. The film stars talented voice ensembles, including Dwayne Johnson as Krypto, Kevin Hart as Ace, Keanu Reeves as Bruce Wayne/Batman, John Krasinski as Clark Kent/Superman, and Jameela Jamil as Diana Prince. Kate McKinnon as Lulu, Vanessa Bayer as “PB”, Natasha Lyonne as Terrific Whatzit, and Diego Luna as Chip combine as the perfect cast for League of Super-Pets.
The 3D computer-animated film is developed under the banner of Warner Animation Group. Dwayne Johnson and Dany Gracia produced the feature, while Warner Bros Pictures globally distributed the film.
The film focuses on the pets of the Justice League, DC’s famous superhero team. The trailer featured a humorous scenario that serves as the fun heart comedy element which sends the super-powered animal heroes on a mission to save the world from impending dangers.
The plot begins with an enigmatic enemy capturing the Justice League, which prompts the super-powered animals to band together. While completing the rescue operation, the League of Super-Pets sets out to master their newly gained super abilities.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the animated endeavour has an audience score of 89 per cent and a critics rating of 72 per cent. The film currently has an IMDB rating of 7.8 out of 10, which may fluctuate as the box office day increase.