DC FanDome 2021 Nabs 66 M Global Views, Triple From Last Year

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DC FanDome 2021 Nabs 66 M Global Views, Triple From Last Year

DC FanDome 2021 received over 66 million global views, tripling its 2020 count.

Last year, DC FanDome debuted to over 22 million views. It was an all-day event from day to night and was received positively by fans all over the world. This year, DC FanDome took a condensed approach and streamlined the event so that it could be binged over the course of four hours. The result? 66 million global views!

‘The Batman’ Co-Writer Responds To Bruce Wayne Criticism

DC FanDome 2021 brought the goods immediately, giving fans brand new and first looks at the likes of The Flash, Black Adam, and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. The event ended with a brand new trailer for The Batman, which was unanimously praised across the board.

The conference was available to stream in over 220 countries and in 12 languages. 50 official streams existed throughout various social media platforms, and dozens of other websites rebroadcasted the global event. WarnerMedia reports that the event was the most trending event on Twitter in the U.S for 8 hours and was in Top 50 events for 53 countries.

Ann Sarnoff, Chair and CEO of WarnerMedia Studios and Networks released a statement in which she discussed the success of this year’s event.

“With triple the fan traffic of last year, DC FanDome 2021 exceeded all of our expectations. We continue to innovate across the company in service of our fans, and I cannot overstate the creativity and hard work that went into this highly curated, global digital event. We gave fans what they wanted – the very best of all things DC – and their engagement and response have been fantastic. We’re as excited as they are to deliver on all the great content DC FanDome highlighted.”

The next film coming from DC is The Batman. The plot of Robert Pattinson’s The Batman is being kept under lock and key, but we know the film will follow Robert Pattinson as a younger version of Bruce Wayne, chronicling Batman during his second year as the Dark Knight of Gotham City. The film will also show off the hero using his skills as a detective more than what we’ve seen before in previous versions of the hero. It is also expected to be the first installment in a new trilogy of films with Pattinson.

Patty Jenkins Confirms Gal Gadot’s ‘Wonder Woman 3’ At DC FanDome

Directed by Matt Reeves, The Batman stars Robert Pattinson as the titular hero, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Paul Dano as the Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as James Gordon, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone, Peter Sarsgaard as Gil Colson, Jayme Lawson as Bella Reál, with Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, and Colin Farrell as the Penguin.

The Batman will hit theaters on March 4, 2022. Stay tuned for all the latest news on the upcoming Robert Pattinson film and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original video content.

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The Marvels Director Nia DaCosta Blames Captain America For The Snap

Aside from giving us two of the best back-to-back sequels in blockbuster history, "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Avengers: Endgame" stand out among superhero fare because they actually let our heroes fail, and they have to sit with the consequences for five years. Thanos is successfully able to collect all the Infinity Stones and use them to wipe out half of the population of the universe. Even though it's Thor (Chris Hemsworth) who blames himself the most for not stopping the Mad Titan, opting for a body shot with his newly forged axe called Stormbreaker instead of cutting Grimace's head clean off, "The Marvels" director Nia... The post The Marvels Director Nia DaCosta Blames Captain America for The Snap appeared first on /Film.

The Marvels Director Nia DaCosta Blames Captain America For The Snap

Aside from giving us two of the best back-to-back sequels in blockbuster history, "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Avengers: Endgame" stand out among superhero fare because they actually let our heroes fail, and they have to sit with the consequences for five years. Thanos is successfully able to collect all the Infinity Stones and use them to wipe out half of the population of the universe. Even though it's Thor (Chris Hemsworth) who blames himself the most for not stopping the Mad Titan, opting for a body shot with his newly forged axe called Stormbreaker instead of cutting Grimace's head clean off, "The Marvels" director Nia DaCosta thinks another member of The Avengers is to blame.

Is The Snap Captain America's Fault?

While speaking with Inverse about some of the thematic elements of "Candyman," DaCosta nonchalantly mentioned that she blames Captain America (Chris Evans) for The Snap. The filmmaker said:

"Something I like to say a bit flippantly about Captain America is that the Snap is all his fault because he was trying to do his best, trying to do the right thing. There is a world in which he's a villain because, at the end of the day, he should have just sacrificed Vision. He chose one robot's life, albeit a sentient one, over literally the entire universe. There's a sort of anti-hero in that if you want to look at it through that lens."

Honestly, DaCosta isn't wrong. After all, in "Avengers: Endgame," the motto that all our heroes stand by as they go back in time to retrieve the Infinity Stones and undo The Snap is, "Whatever it takes." But when The Avengers were faced with the prospect of Thanos succeeding the first time, they didn't do whatever it took to stop the villain by sacrificing Vision. Granted, that's because Captain America and the rest of the team thought they could stop him before Vision ultimately had to sacrifice himself in an attempt to keep the Mind Stone from falling into the hands of Thanos.

Speaking of Vision. Is there a chance that maybe it's actually his fault that The Snap happened? I can't help but think about a scene from Marvel's "What If..." animated series that featured Vision, albeit in the form of Ultron in Vision's body. In one of the episodes, Vision easily dispatches with Thanos, who was already wielding all the Infinity Stones except the Mind Stone. When Thanos showed up on a post-apocalyptic plane that Ultron/Vision had already dominated, he simply sliced the Mad Titan in half with the energy beam that emanates from the Mind Stone in his head. Why didn't he do that in "Avengers: Infinity War" instead of desperately trying to have the stone removed from his head by Black Panther's sister Shuri?

There are probably multiple superheroes who could be blamed for not taking advantage of certain key moments to defeat Thanos. Don't forget, it's not until "Avengers: Endgame" that Wanda Maximoff unleashes some impressive power upon Thanos. Maybe she couldn't have done that in "Infinity War" because she wasn't being fueled by the rage of Vision's death at the time, but there's no reason she couldn't have done that after Thanos plucked the Stone from Vision's head. 

In the end, this failure had to happen in order for "Avengers: Endgame" to give us the satisfying conclusion to "The Infinity Saga." So it doesn't really matter who's responsible. The real endgame was the friends they made along the way.

Read this next: Every MCU Post-Credits Sequence Ranked From Worst To Best

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