Comic-Con was canceled this year, but Warner Bros. will bring together the greatest figures in the DC Comics universe in a 24-hour virtual event.
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The studio announced Tuesday that the DC FanDome will be on August 22 starting at 10 a.m. Los Angeles time (1700 GMT). The gathering will feature talent announcements and new WB content for games, comics, film and television will be revealed.
The announcement comes a couple of months after Comic-Con, which draws tens of thousands of fans to San Diego, was canceled due to coronavirus-related restrictions around large gatherings.
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The virtual conferences will feature the cast and creators of DC movies such as "The Batman", "Black Adam" and "Wonder Woman 1984" ("Wonder Woman 1984"). They will also highlight casts from TV series such as "The Flash," "Stargirl" and "Black Lightning."
"Wonder Woman 1984" was shaping up to be one of the biggest releases this summer, but its arrival in theaters was postponed until October.
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FanDome will be divided into six areas on the event website: Hall of Heroes, DC WatchVerse, DC YouVerse, DC KidsVerse, DC InsiderVerse and DC FunVerse. The content will be available in 10 languages.
It should be remembered that Warner is doing an excellent job with his new series of films, as he is having so much success that they will continue to make the sequels. In fact, they are preparing a sequel to Birds of Prey with Harley Quinn as the protagonist.
This great character, who was played by Margot Robbie, became one of the most acclaimed by the audience, although after its premiere the rumor began that she would no longer be part of any other villain movie.
He is in very important conversations to start a new solo film project for Harley Quinn.