Last year, DC held its first-ever FanDome event, inviting superhero lovers from across the globe to a two-day digital showcase. It announced an array of comics, movies, video games, and more, showing brand new footage and bringing together some of the comic world's biggest celebrities. The event did sensationally well, pulling in a whopping 22 million views in 24 hours.
It seems it was such a hit for the company that it's ready to host another one, revealing earlier today via Twitter that DC FanDome will return on October 16, 2021. Little else has been announced for the event, however, DC seems keen to know what fans want from the second showcase, asking one viewer in the replies.
As for what viewers should expect when tuning in, last year was filled with a host of comic-focused surprises. On the gaming front, it saw the reveal of Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, with both games getting announcement trailers and the former offering some action-heavy gameplay. It stands to reason both that titles will get air time this year too, with WB Montreal and Rocksteady aiming for 2022 release dates. It'll be interesting to see if DC has any other video game announcements to show off alongside the pair.
As for movies, last year came loaded with panels for the DC Cinematic Universe's upcoming slate, offering new footage and announcements for Zack Snyder's Justice League, Wonder Woman 1984, The Flash, Black Adam, The Suicide Squad, and The Batman. The vast majority of the line-up still hasn't released, so it seems wise to imagine fans will get updates and new trailers for a lot of the films that featured last year.
Specifically, The Batman, Black Adam, and The Flash are all slated for release in 2022, so they'll likely get the lion's share of the coverage. DC is sure to have some new movie announcements up its sleeve as well, alongside updates for the comic universe's TV adaptations.
Overall, it's likely to be another revealing event for mega-fans of DC, with an array of panels, trailers, and other coverage. The seminal comic publisher will release James Gunn's The Suicide Squad in the meantime, with the film hitting theatres and streaming services this Summer. The follow-up to David Ayer's supervillain team-up tale will act as something of a reboot to the franchise, casting an array of colorful characters performed by actors such as Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, Sylvester Stallone, Viola Davis, Nathan Fillion, and John Cena. This time around, the cast will embark upon a new adventure, tasked with venturing to a distant island known as Corto Maltese.
Nearly a year after rumors began to swirl about Michael Keaton reprising his famous role as Batman for the upcoming Flash movie, the film spirits have finally decided to give fans a break from speculating. Keaton's return has now officially been confirmed, and fans of Tim Burton's iconic Batman duology now have something truly special to look forward to.
The Wrap reports that Keaton's own talent agency, ICM Partners, broke the news. This revelation comes after almost a full year of studios, fans, and even the actor himself constantly wondering whether or not such a monumental event will happen. But thankfully, the Andy Muschietti-directed film known simply as The Flash now has the veteran performer locked in, just in time for production to officially begin.
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