Warner Bros. Sets 24-Hour Virtual Con with ‘Batman,’ ‘Suicide Squad,’ and the Snyder Cut

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More information has been received about the Justice League prophesied Snyder Cut. Warner Bros. will host DC FanDome, a free virtual fan convention, on August 22. The event will include discussions with the talent behind upcoming superhero films such as "The Batman", "The Suicide Squad" and Snyder Cut.
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The Warner Bros. event also features new announcements from the company's video games, film, television, and comic strips. The event program is divided into six categories and aims to emulate a real congress experience. One category is dedicated to panels and content disclosures, while another focuses on user-generated content and cosplay.
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DC FanDome starts at 10 a.m. and is available 24 hours a day at dcfandome.com.
"There is no fan like a DC fan. For more than 85 years, the world has turned to DC's inspiring heroes and stories to elevate and entertain us. This massive, immersive digital event offers everyone new opportunities to personalize their journey through the DC universe with no lines, no tickets, and no limits, ”said Ann Sarnoff, Warner Bros. CEO, in a statement. "With DC FanDome, we can offer fans from around the world an exciting and unprecedented opportunity to connect with all of their favorite DC characters, as well as the incredible talent that brings them to life on the screen and on screen."
The virtual event promises international fans access to "localized events" in their own language.
Cast and creators of the following films and TV shows are expected to be shown during the event: "Aquaman", "The Batman", "Batwoman", "Black Adam", "Black Lightning", "DC Super Hero Girls", "DC ' d Legends of Tomorrow, "DCs Stargirl", "Doom Patrol", "The Flash", "Harley Quinn", the Snyder cut of "Justice League", "Lucifer", "Pennyworth", "Shazam!" "The Suicide Squad "," Supergirl "," Superman & Lois "," Teen Titans Go! "," Titans "," Watchmen "," Wonder Woman 1984 "and" Young Justice: Outsiders ".
As for the cosplayers, fans can submit their cosplays, makeup, and tattoos through create.dcfandome.com so they can be featured during the virtual convention. Selected artists during the event will be judged by the community in two competitions and the winners will receive a cash prize.
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