|LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite|
|Writer(s):||David A. Goodman|
|Release Date:||May 21, 2013|
|Running Time:||71 mins|
LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite is a LEGO movie which features Batman teaming up with other DC heroes to battle Lex Luthor and the Joker.
As the movie begins, Superman and Batman arrive at LexCorp. When they enter into a large room, they get subdued by a giant, shadowy figure with Kryptonite stored in it's chest as a power source. The robot rockets away, and the scene shifts to two days earlier at the Gotham City Theater, where the Man Of The Year Award is being given away to one of two candidates: Lex Luthor and Bruce Wayne.
A woman steps up to the stand and announces that Bruce Wayne is the winner of the award. Bruce walks up to the stand and, when asked to say a few words, humbly says that he's not sure he deserves an award for helping people in need. Suddenly, Joker's disembodied voice laughs. While the citizens go into a panic, Bruce slips away. Then the lights go out, and when they come back on, Joker boasts of his many crimes, and makes a dramatic entrance, appearing with several Joker Henchmen, Catwoman, Two-Face, Riddler, Harley Quinn, and Penguin. They rob the citizens, and when finished, they demand a speech from Joker. The Crown Prince Of Crime gets interrupted by the Batboat, which smashes through the theater, landing at the table which the villains are sitting. Batman apprehends all of the villains except for Joker, who escapes on a speedboat. A rope descends through the hole in the theater, which turns out to be Robin in his Helicopter.
- Troy Baker as Batman and Two-Face
- Clancy Brown as Lex Luthor
- Christopher Corey Smith as The Joker
- Travis Willingham as Superman
- Laura Bailey as Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and Wonder Woman
- Brian Bloom as Cyborg
- Steve Blum as Bane and The Penguin
- Cam Clarke as Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter
- Townsend Coleman as Commissioner James Gordon
- Rob Paulsen as The Riddler
- Charlie Schlatter as The Flash and Tim Drake
- Katherine Von Till as Catwoman and the voice of the Batcomputer
- Erin Shanagher as News Reporter
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