With just a week to go to DC’s first-ever virtual fan experience, more information and detail about how the event will shape out are beginning to surface. While there is a lot of noise around DC FanDome over projects like The Batman and Justice League Snyder Cut, fans of James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad are on the edge for any piece of information from the creators.
DC FanDome will see participation from 300 actors, creators, artists, crew, global hosts, presenters, and also special guests from across the DC/WB universe all coming together for the virtual event. This means that for 24 hours, fans will get exclusive glimpses into movies storylines, the upcoming TV shows, previews of games, comics, art and much more.
Gunn is known to bust myths and respond to fan theories on social media. Usually, when fans ask him to confirm or debunk anything outrageous he happily obliges while also leaving cryptic messages and teases for fans to figure out.
Guardians of the Galaxy 3 to be the last in the trilogy? Makers claim to begin filming the latest before DC’s Suicide Squad 2 release Guardians of the Galaxy 3 will begin filming in summer 2020. Interestingly, fans can anticipate that…