DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. released several trailers, teasers first looks, and glimpses of their biggest upcoming projects at the DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes convention. From trailers of movies like ‘The Batman’, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, the Snyder cut of ‘Justice League’, to ‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods’, the Warner Media-owned franchise knows how to make fans happy.
DC FanDome also did not miss out on the television and gaming aspects of their franchise. Trailer for ‘Flash Season 7’ dropped along with the cast of ‘Titans’ teasing the plot of the third season of the series. Two new games– ‘Gotham Knights’ and ‘Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’ were announced as well.
Here is a list of every trailer that dropped at the DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes.
Starring Robert Pattinson in the lead role, the Matt Reeves directorial is scheduled to hit the theatres on October 1, 2021.
Wonder Woman 1984
The fresh trailer released at the event gave fans more idea about what may be the plot of the film, as Kristen Wiig’s look as the villain Cheetah was revealed.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League
Along with the trailer of this much anticipated film, director Zack Snyder revealed that the movie will be released in four parts, lasting for an hour each. He also announced that the movie may release internationally for those who do not have HBO Max, where Justice League is presently supposed to air.
Dwayne Johnson, who will star as anti-hero Black Adam, revealed the concept art and characters of the film. A teaser, too, dropped at the event.
The Suicide Squad
Though there was no trailer of filmmaker James Gunn’s version of ‘The Suicide Squad’, the list of who plays what was announced. John Cena will star as Peacemaker, Idris Elba as Bloodsport and Nathan Fillion will play TDK.
A new DC game was revealed by ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ studio WB Games Montréal, which is set in a time when Batman is dead.
Watch the trailers and teasers of ‘Flash Season 7’ and Suicide ‘Squad: Kill the Justice League’ here:
While so many things got revealed at one go, there was more left to drop. That is why earlier this week, DC divided the events into two parts. The second part,DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse, is scheduled for September 12, where fans can expect more trailers and reveals from the television shows.