DC FanDome: all the news announced

DC FanDome: all the news announced
The night between Saturday and Sunday saw a shower of announcements and news from DC Comics with the DC FanDome. The DC virtual convention initially featured many more meetings, however the sheer volume of conferences and announcements prompted the organizers to divide the event into two days, so as not to sacrifice any program points.

What to do we witnessed this weekend covered the world of cinema, tv series, comics and video games, offering fans some highly anticipated announcements, trivia and upcoming news.



We've covered the event in real time, and we offer you a "mega summary" in a single news reporting all the announcements made, in order to condense all the information disclosed so far.

Wonder Woman 1984

The virtual convention opened with a panel entirely dedicated to Wonder Woman 1984 starring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal and director / co-author / producer Patty Jenkins. The new trailer was also released at this event.

The Sandman



Work resumed on the live-action adaptation of the cult series produced by Netflix. In the panel, which was attended by Neil Gaiman, director Dirk Maggs, writer G. Willow Wilson and actor Michael Sheen, it was said that the series will have an adaptation, according to Neil Gaiman, "a little more relaxed. ". The Netflix series will retrace the epic of Dream and the Eternals in a more free way, adapting the plots to the present day and setting them in a contemporary setting.

The Flash



Ezra Miller will return as Barry Allen in a new film set after Justice League. During the panel, some previews were released on what fans can expect from this new adventure.

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