Interactive movies are similar to certain video games and adventure books in which the audience can influence or change character decisions and plot points. These kinds of movies have been around for decades, but they are slowly becoming more prevalent an popular. Two recent interactive Netflix movies are Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: Kimmy vs. the Reverend, which were both well received by critics and fans of the respective TV shows.
Earlier this year Warner Brothers announced that they would be releasing and animated interactive movie based on the comic book Batman: Death in the Family, which was famous for killing off the Jason Todd version of Robin. According CBR this new movie is going to be a prequel the 2010 movie Batman: Under the Red Hood, and actors Bruce Greenwood and John DiMaggio will be reprising their roles as Batman and the Joker respectively. Actor Vincent Martella will be voicing the Jason Todd version of Robin. Now Warner Brothers has revealed the movies opening title sequence for the movie.
It is fitting that this movie is going to be interactive because, the original comic also had an interactive element. In 1988 DC asked fans to vote by calling 1-900 numbers to decide if Jason Todd would live or die, and the fans decided to kill the second Robin. Who knows what fans will be able to choose this time?