Get ready for the second edition of DC FanDome, available in October
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Apr 29, 2021 @ 11:53 pm
DC and Warner Bros. play their cards right by hosting their innovative DC FanDome event for a second season this year.
The global event will return on October 16, DC Comics recently announced.
We can expect, like last season, that fans will receive new trailers for upcoming DCEU films.
We don’t yet know if the 2021 FanDome will be in person or virtual.
The ad didn’t give much information
By sharing a teaser-like clip, DC Comics’ social media handle gave fans a warning.
As Superman’s anthem played in the background, the video invited fans of the DC Universe to “the whole experience.”
The caption read: “The epic world event is back!”
We can expect to get information on The batman, Flash, Aquaman 2, and Black adam.
This is the teaser where DC announced the return of the FanDome
Here are the movies watching a 2022 release
Last year’s 24 Hour FanDome yielded Robert Pattinson’s first trailer Batman.
The film has since suffered repeated delays due to the pandemic and is now slated for release in March 2022.
Dwayne Johnson’s anti-hero movie Black adam arrives in July of next year as Ezra Miller Flash in November, where Michael Keaton was recently confirmed to return as Batman.
We also need to search for “Aquaman”, “Shazam!” suites
Jason Momoa will also be back in the sequel to Aquaman in December 2022.
Last month, Helen Mirren was reportedly roped up for Shazam! 2, which is planning a release in June 2023.
Don’t be surprised if DC throws in a bit of teasing.
Other than those, we can expect to get a glimpse of upcoming web shows and other offerings at the FanDome.
FanDome had succeeded in uniting fans around the world
Going up, Warner Bros. had organized FanDome in an epic way where the program was broadcast to 220 countries, generating 22 million views.
Unlike other virtual events, the clips weren’t uploaded separately, so people had to stay connected to the show at all times, much like a one-on-one concert.
It was broadcast in nine languages, including Chinese, Portuguese, Korean, Italian, Japanese, French and German.