The Batman Azteca animated movie first announced at the Guadalajara International Film Festival back in June has revealed the voice cast.
The upcoming animated feature-length film Batman Azteca: Choque De Imperios (Aztec Batman: Clash of Empires) coming to HBO Max will feature the voice talents of a renowned group of actors.
Horacio García Rojas (Diablero) is voicing Yohualli (Batman/Bruce Wayne).
Omar Chaparro (No Manches Frida films) is voicing Yoka (The Joker).
Álvaro Morte is providing the voice for Hernán Cortés (Two-Face).
The flick brings to life an original story featuring the first Mexican version of the Dark Knight set against the backdrop of the captivating history of Mexico and the exciting culture of Mesoamerica.
Batman Aztec is the Mexican Dark Knight
Here is the description:
In the time of the Aztec Empire, Yohualli Coatl – a young Aztec boy – experiences tragedy when his father and village leader, Toltecatzin, is murdered by Spanish Conquistadors. Yohualli escapes to Tenochtitlan to warn King Moctezuma and his high priest, Yoka, of imminent danger. Using the temple of Tzinacan, the bat god, as a lair, Yohualli trains with his mentor and assistant, Acatzin, developing equipment and weaponry to confront the Spaniard invasion, protect Moctezuma’s temple, and avenge his father’s death.
Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Anima and Chatrone, Batman Azteca: Choque De Imperios is a Particular Crowd film and based on characters from DC.
Juan Meza-León (Harley Quinn) serves as director, and José C. García de Letona, Aaron D. Berger, Carina Schulze and Fernando De Fuentes as producers of the film.
Sam Register and Tomás Yankelevich serve as Executive Producer.