Naya Rivera To Posthumously Voice Catwoman In DC's Batman

Naya Rivera To Posthumously Voice Catwoman in DC’s Animated Batman: The Long Halloween

Naya Rivera will voice Catwoman posthumously in her final project.

The late Rivera, who died at the young age of 33 due to a drowning accident last July, completed voice work on Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One prior to her death

Rivera voiced the role of Catwoman/Selina Kyle in the DC animated film.

Supernatural‘s Jensen Ackles plays Batman in the movie.

The cast also includes Josh Duhamel as Harvey Dent, Billy Burke as James Gordon, Titus Welliver as Carmine Falcone, David Dastmalchian as Calendar Man, and Troy Baker as Joker.

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Rivera was first discovered missing when the boat she rented with her son the boat became over-due after its three-hour rental.

The staff discovered the vessel at the north side of the lake with Rivera’s sleeping son aboard. Rivera’s body was found five days later, and authorities believe the actress and singer died saving Josey.

On April 8, Rivera will be honored by her Glee costars at the 32nd Annual GLAAD Media Awards.

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The reunion will pay tribute to Rivera and her character Santana.

The former costars appearing in the tribute include Amber RileyJane LynchJenna UshkowitzKevin McHaleHeather MorrisMatthew MorrisonChris ColferDarren Criss, Jacob Artist, Vanessa Lengies, Alex Newell, Harry Shum Jr. and Becca Tobin.

Demi Lovato will be introducing the cast, who in turn will honor LGBTQ+ teens as well as Rivera’s character.

The special will mark the 10th anniversary of Santana coming out on Glee.

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