DC FanDome Event: 2021 Schedule, Start Time and How to Watch

Batman, Superman, Aquaman and dozens more superheroes will be making an appearance at this weekend's special DC FanDome event.

DC Comics has teased fans with what to expect thanks to an exciting trailer that shows Dwayne Johnson, Ezra Miller, John Cena, Zoe Kravitz and Pierce Brosnan addressing the audience. It's also been confirmed that fans will get a new trailer for The Batman starring Robert Pattinson during the event.

For one day only, DC FanDome invites fans to join in with the live webcast, which will feature upcoming movies, games, shows comics and more—all for free. There'll be exclusive reveals, behind the scenes looks and fan celebrations.

What Is the schedule for DC FanDome 2021?

The DC FanDome event will last several hours on Saturday, October 16, 2021. The fun will start from 10am PT and 1pm ET.

The whole event will run for "approximately four hours" according to the DC FanDome website, meaning it could end around 2pm PT and 5pm ET.

In the run up to the event, DC has been teasing fans with short trailers and morsels of information about what to expect from the day. On DC's YouTube channel many videos relating to the event have been uploaded, including one that features the massive full lineup of stars who'll be featured on the day.

Where Can I Watch DC FanDome?

The webcast will be livestreamed on the DC website but it'll also air across all of DC's social media channels. An embed code for the event is available so it may also be shown across multiple related websites.

It'll be hosted on DCFanDome.com as well as on the DC's YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Twitch pages.

What Will Be Shown at DC FanDome 2021?

The trailer for the DC FanDome event suggests we'll get behind-the-scenes footage and first looks at a number of movies and TV shows coming up.

One thing that has been promised is the new trailer for The Batman starring Robert Pattinson. The Matt Reeves-directed reboot is due out in cinemas in March 2022 and is set to star Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as Riddler, Colin Farrell as Penguin, Andy Serkis as Alfred and Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon.

Robert Pattinson Batman
Robert Pattinson is Bruce Wayne in "The Batman." Warner Bros. Pictures & DC Comics

Aside from that, we'll see a first look at Dwayne Johnson in Black Adam and a sneak peek at Ezra Miller in The Flash.

We'll get behind-the-scenes looks at Jason Momoa in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom as well as Zachary Levi in Shazam! Fury of the Gods.

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins will appear and could confirm Wonder Woman 3, while J.J. Abrams is also scheduled to turn up with his own exciting news.

For DC TV shows, we'll see and hear more on HBO Max series Peacemaker, starring John Cena, while Harley Quinn, Titans and Doom Patrol will also feature. Other shows like Batwoman, The Flash, Superman & Lois, and Netflix series Sweet Tooth will also all get their moment to shine.

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The cast of Titans on HBO Max will take part in DC FanDome 2021. Ben Mark Holzberg/HBO Max

There'll also be new information on video games Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Gotham Knights.

Young DC fans will have their own event to look forward to as the DC Kids FanDome event kicks off at the same time. This event will focus on the TV shows, movies and video games targeted at the younger audience.

John Cena Peacemaker
John Cena is getting his own DC spin-off series "Peacemaker" in 2022. Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic