Warner Bros. is Giving Free But Limited Tickets to the Public For Justice League Dark Premiere

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Justice League Dark is going to get a coastal premiere this year.

The next installment in DC’s popular Original Movies series is finally going to come out this year, and according to Comicbook, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is going to bring the film to The Paley Center for Media at Beverly Hills on January 23 for its official debut. Members of the voice cast for Justice League Dark and a few filmmakers are going to attend the event for a panel discussion after the screening.

After the big premiere in Beverly Hills, Warner Bros. will take Justice League Dark to New York’s Director’s Guild of America on February 2 for another screening and panel discussion.

Matt Ryan,  John Constantine’s voice actor, and Nicholas Turturro, the voice behind Deadman in Justice Leage Dark are both set to attend the screenings. Ray Chase from Finaly Fantasy XV  who helped voice Jason Blood will also join the Los Angeles premiere.

The screenings are both set to begin at 7:00 pm. Right now only a limited number of free tickets have been made available to the public and fans who wish to get free tickets to the Los Angeles screening will have to reserve them by emailing  JLDarkLA@gmail.com. Fans interested in the New York event can send an email to JLDarkNY@gmail.com to RSVP. 

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