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Superman: Brainiac Attacks is a 2006 animated movie, created to tie in to the release of Superman Returns. Though it reused models and (some) actors from the DC Animated Universe, it was not intended as a part of it.

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Synopsis for "Superman: Brainiac Attacks"

Embittered by Superman's heroic successes and soaring popularity, Lex Luthor forms a dangerous alliance with the powerful computer/villain Brainiac. Using advanced weaponry and a special strain of Kryptonite harvested from the far reaches of outer space, Luthor specifically redesigns Brainiac to defeat the Man of Steel.[1]

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  • The film was directed by Curt Geda, who directed several episodes of Superman: The Animated Series. The classic style was desired by Warner Home Video, with Curt Geda adding more humor and romance than previously explored in the animated series.[2] Despite the film's visual style being the same as Superman: The Animated Series (as are the majority of its returning voice cast), writer Duane Capizzi has stated the film was not intended to be in continuity with the DC Animated Universe.[3]

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  • Notably, this depiction of Lex Luthor, rather than being the cold, calculating industrialist portrayed in Superman: The Animated Series, seems to incorporate elements of Gene Hackman's less serious portrayals of the character in live-action movies, making Luthor more light-hearted and darkly whimsical, going as far as to make jokes about the situations around him.[4]

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