The Official Schedule for The DC FanDome Event is Here

You will have precisely 24-hours to enjoy DC FanDome, the epic virtual event coming to your computer screen on August 22. This Warner Bros./DC mega-event is essentially doing a lot of the work that usually gets done during San Diego’s Comic-Con. All your favorite DC superheroes, more or less, will be on hand. There will be panels, previews, teasers, trailers, and more from some of the biggest upcoming films. We’re talking Matt Reeves’ The BatmanWe’re talking Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984We’re talking Zack Snyder’s Justice LeagueWe’re talking James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad.

The event begins promptly at 1 pm ET on August 22. Some highlights include:

Things kick off with a Wonder Woman 1984 panel at 1 pm ET. You’ll have co-writer/director/producer Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal on hand. The panel will include brand new footage.

There will be a 30-minute panel for James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad at 3 pm ET, including writer/director Gunn and his epic cast. What’s more, they’ll be taking part in a “Squad Showdown” which will test their Suicide Squad knowledge. Maybe we’ll also finally find out who’s playing who!

At 5:45 pm ET Zack Snyder will take part in a panel where he’ll discuss all things Justice League, including the long road to getting his hotly-anticipated cut of the film in front of viewers.

At 6 pm ET none other than Dwayne Johnson will take part in a Black Adam panel to discuss his starring role in the upcoming film. Expect a few surprises!

Brace yourself for The Batman panel at 8:30 pm with writer/director Matt Reeves. We will almost definitely be getting our first glimpse of the film.

Folks, this is but a taste of a massive menu of virtual options. For the full schedule, check out all things FanDome at the official site,

Featured image: An image from writer/director Matt Reeves ‘The Batman.’ Courtesy Reeves/Warner Bros.


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