Multiverse gives DC the flexibility of spinning as many characters as they like while maintaining an Earth for each iteration and creating cross over events.
The summer of 2020 will be remembered as the toughest time in Hollywood’s history. With the constant rise in popularity of streaming platforms and theatres shut since March, the rather bleak health of the theatre business is in more danger than ever before. While studio executives and theatre owners wonder what the new movie-going experience will be like, everyone is watching the release of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet closely – the first big test of Big Cinema.
For DC fans and employees last week was quite eventful that’s least to say. While fans delved and relished all the new information around their favourite superheroes, their creators numerous DC employees got laid off. Two weeks ahead of its virtual fest DC FanDome, as a part of WarnerMedia’s restructuring DC layoffs several employees.
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.
As a multi-project deal director, Matt Reeves is making a spin-off series for Robert Pattinson’s The Batman which will chronicle the Gotham City Police Department on HBO Max
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