DC Fandome reveals: Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, DC League of SuperPets, Peacemaker

(image courtesy IMDb (c) DC Comics)

Massve, worldwide virtual launches seem to be all the rage when it comes to promoting upcoming movies, TV shows etc.

It’s been propelled along, of course, by COVID, which has made in-person events problematic at best and has forced companies like DC Comics (they announced this event in response to the cancellation of San Diego Comic-Con in 2020), which just staged the DC FanDome, to go big online.

While granted you may not get the full effect of a roaring crowd or the jazzed-up vibe of people excited beyond belief, there’s still something cool about being part of something epically enormous like this, especially when so many tasty goodies such as featurettes and trailers drop in your virtual lap.

While there was a whole lot of stuff announced at the event on 16 October, here are the trailers that caught my eye.


(image via YouTube (c) DC Comics)

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom reunites director James Wan with Aquaman stars Jason Momoa (Arthur Curry), Amber Heard (Mera), Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Black Manta), Patrick Wilson (Orm), Temuera Morrison (Tom Curry), Randall Park (Stephen Shin), Dolph Lundgren (King Nereus) alongside new DCEU additions Pilou Asbæk (Game of Thrones),Indya Moore (Queen & Slim), Vincent Regan (300) and Jani Zhao (South). (synopsis courtesy Flickering Myth)

Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom premieres 16 December, 2022.


(image courtesy YouTube (c) DC Comics)

[Shazam!] and his family go up against new villains – the daughters of Atlas, Hespera, and Kalypso with Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu starring. The cast includes Jack Dylan Grazer, Adam Brody, Faith Herman, Meagan Good, Grace Fulton, Michelle Borth, Ian Chen, Ross Butler, Jovan Armand, D.J. Cotrona, Marta Milans, and Cooper Andrews. (synopsis (c) Dark Horizons)

Shazam! Fury of the Gods premieres 2 June, 2023.


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Superman’s dog team up with a flying cat to stop crime while Superman is on vacation. (synopsis courtesy IMDb)

League of DC SuperPets premieres 20 May, 2022.


(image courtesy YouTube (c) DC Comics/ HBO Max)

Set after the events of The Suicide Squad (2021), the series explores the origins of Peacemaker and his subsequent missions. (synopsis courtesy Wikipedia)

Peacemaker premieres an eight-episode season on 13 January 2021 on HBO Max.

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