"Batman vs. Two-Face is a must-have for all Batman fans featuring a cavalcade of his foes, and an amazing cast including two giants of pop culture, Adam West and William Shatner," Mary Ellen Thomas, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment vice president of family and animation marketing, said in a statement. "Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is excited to bring these beloved characters to animated life, and proud to have been associated with an actor as impressive, gracious and entertaining as Adam West. We salute his extensive contributions to the legacy of the character, and we are greatly appreciative of his cooperation and support in bringing this animated film to fruition. He will be greatly missed."
The movie also features franchise icons Burt Ward and Julie Newmar reprising their roles of Robin and Catwoman. Rounding out the voice cast are Jeff Bergman, Sirena Irwin, Thomas Lennon, Lee Meriwether, William Salyers, Lynne Marie Stewart, Jim Ward, Steven Weber and Wally Wingert.
The sequel to 2016's Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders was announced last fall at New York Comic Con where West talked to reporters and fans, and attended a screening of Crusaders.
West died June 9 at the age of 88. He was best known for starring in the 1960s, live-action television show, Batman, along with Ward and Newmar.