DC Films Reportedly Skipping Comic-Con@Home to Hold an Exclusive Event in August

Warner Bros. and their DC properties are reportedly leaving San Diego [email protected] Program in favor of its own special program later this summer. Comic-Con International released a few more details about its upcoming virtual version of the annual event, although not far from official dates were given. Now, it seems that some studios will do their own thing.

Marvel Studios planned to take this year’s holiday from San Diego Comic-Con this year after breaking the roof of the venue last year. Now it seems that DC Films and Warner Bros. will leave it as well. The “DC-Centric Multimedia Virtual Fan Experience” will be held a month later than Comic-Con on August 22 and is called the “DC FanDome”. According to sources, the event will be “accessible only for 24 hours, starting at 10 am PDT.”

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The DC FanDome event will reportedly include announcements from “WB Games, Film, TV and Comics”. The event is expected to include the current title, “Batman, Black man, Suicide squad, And Wonder Woman 1984.” In form of Amazing woman The sequel, the date of the incident, seems strange as the film will be in theaters for 10 days at that time. Footage of some of the other titles mentioned will allegedly be shown at the event, although there is no official confirmation of this writing yet. This could be a major setback for Comic-Con International who have been trying to publicize their virtual event for the past few weeks.

Looks like there might be a short teaser for James Gun Suicide squad Land during the SDCC, even if it doesn’t hit theaters until the following summer. Gunn has been hard at work editing the project from his home during the quarantine. To Matt Reeves’ Batman, or Black man The film, it is doubtful that we will see anything other than looking at concept art, should still be exciting. Zack Snyder’s Justice League The event may end up being the real winner, especially if the trailer is already rolled out by that point.

San Diego Comic-Con was forced to cancel the annual show for the first time in 50 years. Other conventions also have similar analogues. That being said, it looks like Star wars celebration Can still happen, which is also in August. Disneyland, which is across the street from where the celebrations are held, is planning to reopen on 17 July. It will be interesting to see what San Diego Comic-Con will be able to do with their virtual event this year, as well as who will be there to support them during this strange and unprecedented time. Geeks Worldwide first announced the exclusive Warner Bros. and DC event.

Topics: Comic-Con, Wonder Woman 2, The Batman, Suicide Squad 2, Justice League

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