The Walking Dead star, Lauren Cohan, is in the spotlight in new images from Catwoman: Hunted.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has shared images of Lauren Cohan and her character, Interpol Agent Julia Pennyworth, from the upcoming animated feature Catwoman: Hunted. Cohan is the renowned star of The Walking Dead and also played Martha Wayne in Batman V. Superman and the images just so happened to be shared on her birthday… 2 days ago.
Lauren Cohan will be voicing Interpol Agent Julia Pennyworth. Interpol is enlisting the anti-hero to help them with the assignment to takedown Minerva and her crime syndicate in exchange for expunging her criminal record. With the last name Pennyworth, and the brilliant incorporation of Cohan’s natural accent, it is not wild to assume Julia Pennyworth is related to Alfred Pennyworth. Though no official information has been found to confirm that yet.
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Confirmation of Julia and Alfred Pennyworth’s relation will have to wait until Catwoman: Hunted releases on February 8, 2022, on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-Ray and Digital. This feature-length, anime-style film is produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. Continue below for the images, and official trailer and information about the animated feature from Warner Bros. Entertainment
Catwoman: Hunted Lauren Cohan Spotlight Gallery
About Catwoman: Hunted
In the all-new original Catwoman: Hunted, Catwoman’s attempt to steal a priceless jewel puts her squarely in the crosshairs of both a powerful consortium of villains and the ever-resourceful Interpol, not to mention Batwoman. It might just be enough to contain her. Or not. The film is set to release on home media on February 8, 2022, and is available to pre-order now.
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