DC FanDome 2021 has returned to the global virtual fan event with several breathtaking teasers and glimpses to dish out much joy to eager fans. The streaming event has given fans a sneak peeks at some of the biggest DC movies coming in the next year. The Batman, Black Adam, Batgirl, Aquaman, and more all had spotlights during DC FanDome, featuring trailers, and behind-the-scenes featurettes with the most favorite DC stars capturing never-before-seen surprises. Here are some of the much-anticipated trailers and announcements from DC FanDome 2021.
DC unveiled the first look at the concept art for the upcoming Batgirl film. In the image, the counterpart to the Caped Crusader was seen making her way to the end of a gargoyle-esque structure while taking in a view of a neon-lit Gotham City. In The Heights’ Leslie Grace and directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah also appeared at the event, where they spilled the news that the new incarnation of the character would wear a cowl as opposed to a mask and that she would have bright red hair.
Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom
Fans got a chance to go behind the scenes when Jason Momoa gave fans their first deep dive into Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, due out December 16, 2022. He shared an exclusive bts clip that featured some compelling concept art. Meanwhile, the director James Wan promised a globetrotting adventure that “isn’t afraid to embrace its fantasy.” Fans also have a closer look at Jason Momoa’s new suit at Fandome event.
Dwayne Johnson was on hand at the virtual streaming event to unveil an early glimpse from his dark film Black Adam. Before introducing a surprisingly violent introduction to the anti-hero, Johnson tweeted on Twitter, “I am so excited to be here and to talk to you about the man in black himself, Black Adam.” The film’s early clip starts as a horror film, with two explorers entering a cave shrouded in darkness. Black Adam will release on July 29, 2022.
DC Comics has ditched the old slogan ‘The American Way’ from Superman’s motto in favor of the superhero fighting for a ‘better tomorrow.’ The publisher introduces the new mission statement ‘Truth, Justice and a Better Tomorrow’ on Saturday. However, DC did not specifically address why they had ditched America from the slogan, but instead maintained that they were focused on ‘evolving.’ DC Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee said, “To better reflect the storylines that we are telling across DC and to honor Superman’s incredible legacy of over 80 years of building a better world, Superman’s motto is evolving.” He also added that “Superman has long been a symbol of hope who inspires people, and it is that optimism and hope that powers him forward with this new mission statement.”
Earlier, the director of the batman series has shared a series of sneak peek from the movie and escalated the excitement of the fans. However, the newest trailer for The Batman features Robert Pattinson and Zoë Kravitz in lead. The trailer seems to be the most brutal, stark version of the caped crusader that fans have ever seen before. The film will hit the theatres on March 4, 2022.