The 2021 DC FanDome convention returned Saturday with several teases and updates from highly anticipated projects such as “The Batman”.
The free global virtual event content is currently available for a 24-hour period on its website, Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
See all the news and trailers below.
The convention revealed a new trailer for “The Batman”, which is set to premiere on March 4, 2022.
The movie is directed by Matt Reeves and stars Robert Pattinson as the titular hero with Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman and Paul Dano as Riddler.
The new footage featured new looks at Catwoman, Penguin, the Riddler, Alfred, and Batman beating up plenty of thugs and taking lots of bullets.
DC also debuted first looks for Dwayne Johnson’s anti-hero movie, “Black Adam”, which showed him electrocuting a man into dust.
Ladies & gents…
Enjoy your WORLD EXCLUSIVE first look⚡️
He is ruthless.
He is unstoppable.
He is the reason the hierarchy of power in the DC UNIVERSE is about to change.
He is #BLACKADAM
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 16, 2021
“Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom”
The event featured a behind-the-scenes look to the upcoming sequel “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” including Aquaman and Ocean Master new suits as well as concept art of new locations and creatures.
A spin-off show from James Gunn’s movie “The Suicide Squad”, “Peacemaker” sees John Cena reprising his homicidally patriotic hero in the first teaser for the show.
“The Flash” movie
In the first look at Ezra Miller’s “The Flash” movie, multiple versions of the Scarlet Speedster team up with Sasha Calle’s Supergirl to head into the multiverse.
It also featured an appearance of Michael Keaton’s Batman cowl.
“Shazam: Fury of the Gods”
A behind-the-scenes look at the “Shazam” sequel reveals Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu’s villainous gods, Rachel Zegler’s new character, Greek monsters, and bigger action to come in the June 2023 movie.
— IGN (@IGN) October 16, 2021
CW’s “The Flash”
CW’s “The Flash” is getting a costume upgrade. Grant Gustin now sports the DC Comics speedster’s iconic golden boots and a newly designed center crest and wings on the decked-out red suit.
Season 8 of “The Flash” will debut on Tuesday, Nov. 16.
DC announced the Milestone Initiative, a bid to identify new writers and artists with a diverse background in the comic book industry.
The effort is a nod to Milestone Media, the now-iconic line of comics that was devised by a group of Black creators in the early 1990s and published with DC.
Milestone Media joined with DC again in February, and it’s making a live-action Static Shock movie and the company’s first animated feature.
The first real details about the Blue Beetle movie have been revealed. The upcoming movie marks the first live-action feature to be made about a Latinx character from Latinx filmmakers as well as the latest DC superhero to make the come to big screens.
The movie is directed by Angel Manuel Soto and written by Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer.
It centered around Mexican-American teenager Jaime Reyes (Xolo Maridueña) who gains strange armor and superpowers when an alien scarab-like machine fuses with his spine.
Despite Naomi McDuffie’s only been around in DC’s comics for a few years, the young heroine is already making the jump over to the small screen in the CW’s upcoming “Naomi” series set to debut this fall.
A first look for the upcoming series has been unveiled. The footage featured Kaci Walfall as the show’s titular heroine at a pivotal moment in her life when everything she knew about herself was about to change.
“Superman & Lois”
Go behind the scenes of the Kent family home with “Superman & Lois” stars Elizabeth Tulloch and Alex Garfin.
The “Supergirl” cast bids farewell to the CW superhero show after six seasons and looks back at some of their favorite moments.
Superman’s new motto
Superman is removing “The American Way” from his motivation and selecting “Truth, Justice and a Better Tomorrow” as his new motto.
“Doom Patrol” got a new trailer for the remaining episodes of Season 3. The show has also been renewed for Season 4 on HBO Max.
The first look at Gwendoline Christine as Lucifer in Neil Gaiman’s adaptation of “Sandman” on Netflix.
“Titans” got a new trailer for its Season 3 finale, premiering on October 21. The show has also been renewed for Season 4 on HBO Max.