So, you missed out on DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes?
First, really? You missed out on the entire thing? Well, that’s a bummer, but don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. We’ll never be able to recreate the feeling of watching panels about some of DC’s biggest upcoming movies, TV shows, games and comics alongside your fellow fans.
Wonder Woman 1984
The cast and overseer of DC’s next big-screen experience kicked things off in great structure with an awakening Q&A. That highlighted some unexpected visitors and our first gander at the new Wonder Woman 1984 trailer.
Chief Patty Jenkins was joined by Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal to talk about their up and coming follow-up to the 2017 megahit, responding to inquiries concerning where they got the motivation for the film’s ’80s-time closet. What their best memory was from the time on set and who might win in a tennis match between Wonder Woman and the Cheetah. Be that as it may, the features of the board’s 25 minutes were a startling appearance from unique Wonder Woman Lynda Carter—which enlivened some genuine geeking out by the cast. The presentation of the film’s subsequent trailer, which gave us our first glance at Wiig’s all out non domesticated Cheetah.
The Suicide Squad
James Gunn and group slaughtered it! No, I don’t imply that actually. They didn’t slaughter any person or thing during their cleverly free-wheeling board (however it appears as though in excess of a couple of helpless spirits may meet their end in the film they were there to advance). The Suicide Squad’s chief began things off with a Q&A meeting, uncovering to fans how he was especially energized at the opportunity to compose Harley Quinn and that he thinks about his film as a spin-off of John Ostrander’s characterizing Suicide Squad funnies. Here’s the full rundown:
Viola Davis – Amanda Waller
Joel Kinnaman – Colonel Rick Flag
Michael Rooker – Savant
Flula Borg – Javelin
Margot Robbie – Harley Quinn
David Dastmalchian – Polka-Dot Man
Daniela Melchior – Ratcatcher 2
Idris Alba – Bloodsport
Mayling Ng – Mongal
Peter Capaldi – The Thinker
Alice Braga – Sol Soria
Pete Davidson – Blackguard
Nathan Fillion – T.D.K.
Sean Gunn – Weasel
Jai Courtney – Captain Boomerang
John Cena – Peacemaker
Steve Agee – King Shark
Juan Diego Botto – General Silvio Luna
A great part of the board was devoted to a lone kind of-genuine question and answer contest played by the cast. In any case, Gunn wrapped things up with an exciting off camera featurette that gave us our first gander at film from the film. Which was only enough to make us need to see a whole lot more!
The Snyder Cut of Justice League
DC FanDome is about the fans, so it bodes well that the second 50% of the Hall of Heroes would be commenced by something that wouldn’t exist notwithstanding fans—the Snyder Cut of Justice League.
Less a board than an introduction and conversation facilitated by chief Zack Snyder. The fragment started with a Q&A including visitor appearances by Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Ray Fisher, Ezra Miller, Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins. He additionally guaranteed we’ll be seeing much more of the Flash, incorporating something with the character that we’ve never observed.
Appearing on HBO Max in 2021, Snyder’s recut Justice League will be isolated into four sections, every one hour long. After every one of the four sections have appeared. At last, he referenced that they’re grinding away on a worldwide dispersion plan so nations where HBO Max is as of now inaccessible will even now have the option to see the film.
DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes wrapped up with a 30-minute conversation with chief Matt Reeves about The Batman. Presented by Robert Pattinson and directed by DC FanDome have Aisha Tyler, the quick talking Reeves secured significantly throughout the board, including giving fans an entirely away from of what kind of story they’re in for when The Batman debuts in October of next year.