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Batman: Bad Blood Red Carpet Interviews: Travis Willingham and Jay Oliva


Batman: Bad Blood World Premiere coverage continues with red carpet interviews from Travis Willingham, who plays The Heretic, and the Director, Jay Oliva. Tuesday night, several members of the cast and crew came out to celebrate the first worldwide screening of Batman: Bad Blood to a packed house of extremely lucky fans and media. Yesterday, we showed you the red carpet interviews from Yvonne Strahovski (Batwoman) and Sean Maher (Nightwing), and tomorrow we will conclude our “Bad Blood Week” with a red carpet interview from Phil Bourassa (Character Designer) and a spoiler-free review of Batman: Bad Blood, so you’ll be completely prepared when you pick up your Blu-ray copy on February 2, 2016.

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Batman: Bad Blood hits the ground running with typical Batman flavor, including a new character, never before animated, and then does the unthinkable! The whole audience at the World Premiere loved all the fast-hitting action, well-timed jokes and quips from several characters, and there were even hints and easter eggs for Batman and Justice League fans alike.

ToonBarn’s Marc Morrell was there to catch all of the action, and since there was so much going on, your videos below contain red carpet interviews and exclusive pictures and highlights from the panel that followed the screening where fans were given the chance to ask questions, with some of lucky ones taking home signed movie posters from the cast and crew of the movie.

Jay Oliva

Today’s red carpet interviews are from Travis Willingham, who played The Heretic, and Jay Oliva, the Director of Batman: Bad Blood.

Enjoy!

We’ll continue our World Premiere coverage tomorrow with a red carpet interview from Phil Bourassa, Character Designer, and a special spoiler-free review of Batman: Bad Blood.

Batman: Bad Blood World Premiere

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