It looks like Warner Bros. has been busy marketing its upcoming DC FanDome event for this Saturday. A new TV spot from DCEU’s next in line for release, Wonder Woman 1984 was recently spotted on Brazil TV ads. Fortunately, a screencap record has already made its way to the internet and teases a few new looks from the DC film.
Wonder Woman 1984 DCFanDome TV Spot leaks
Wonder Woman 1984 will be the first panel to be featured during the DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes. Its already been confirmed that a new trailer will be shown exclusively to the fans tuning in for the event. But knowing the large fanbase for WW84 in Brazil, it looks like the studio decided to share a brief sneak peek TV spot ahead of its panel – to pull in a larger audience.
The short Wonder Woman 1984 TV spot shows a quick look at Diana, Steve, Barbara Ann Minerva and others. You can check it out below.
Wonder Woman 1984 full trailer exclusive reveal at DC FanDome
The 25 minute Wonder Woman 1984 panel will begin at 10 AM. Director Patty Jenkins along with stars Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal will also appear during the panel with them answering a few queries. The exclusive reveal will come along with a few surprises as well. Encores of the panel will also be aired on DCFanDome.com at 9pm and August 23 at 5am EST.
Wonder Woman 1984 has faced several release date changes due to several issues including the Covid-19 pandemic. The movie’s new release schedule is set for October 2, 2020. There is a possibility that the DC film could also land on VOD (video on demand) and release in select theatres through US, UK and other regions.
Be sure to stay glued to your devices to not miss the latter exciting panels such as The Batman, Snyder cut and more.
🚨NOVO TV SPOT🚨
— DC Brasil #DCFanDome (@_DCBRASIL) August 20, 2020
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