New “The Batman” Footage Revealed in DC FanDome Trailer

If you were hoping to get a peek at new footage from The Batman, the new DC FanDome trailer has the goods and more. Not only do we get a brief glimpse at Robert Pattinson’s Batman and Zoë Kravit’s Catwoman, but the trailer includes the first footage we’ve seen from The Flash and Dwayne Johnson’s big entrance into the DC superhero world in Black Adam. This makes sense considering DC FanDome is going to be chock-a-block with major reveals from some of the biggest films and series coming out in the next year and more. Cast and crew from the above-mentioned films, as well as a slew more, will be on hand for the big event, which will be held on October 16.

The trailer not only features brief moments from those huge films, but also teases DC’s near future on television, both within the Arrowverse and beyond it. You’ll see scenes from The Suicide Squad spinoff series Peacemaker, as well as Titans, Stargirl, Doom Patrol, and Naomi. There’s also a glimpse at some games, including Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Warner Bros. Games Montréal’s Gotham Knights.

We’ll be covering the FanDome event when it arrives, where we’ll be sure to get much deeper looks at The Batman, The Flash, Black Adam, and more.

Check out the trailer below.

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Featured image: Caption: ROBERT PATTINSON in Warner Bros. Pictures’ action adventure “THE BATMAN,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures/ ™ & © DC Comics


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