As for other DC talent, expect big stars like Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, and Kristen Wig from Wonder Woman 1984 to be there, along with director Patty Jenkins. Dwayne Johnson is also coming along for the ride, so Black Adam news may be on the cards. James Gunn and Viola Davis are also confirmed, so hopefully that means an update on The Suicide Squad will happen, too. Andy and Barbara Muschietti are also there, presumably to chat with Ezra Miller about the Flash movie. And, of course, it wouldn’t be complete without Harley Quinn herself, Margot Robbie.
From the world of DC television, the likes of Kaley Cuoco, Lake Bell, and Alan Tudyk are in attendance from the Harley Quinn show, as well as cast from Greg Berlanti’s Arrowverse shows, including fan favourites Caity Lotz and Grant Gustin.
WB Games are also going to be showing off Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad video game, and both Troy Baker and Nolan North are also turning up. Perhaps they have roles in Rocksteady’s latest?
And, of course, you can also expect big names from the medium that started it all: the comics themselves. Expect comic superstars Jim Lee, Brian Michael Bendis, Grant Morrison, G. Willow Wilson, Mark Waid, Matthew Wilson, Scott Snyder, and more.
Beyond the talent themselves is the list of hosts, presenters, and special guests, which – as before – comes with a “and many more!” caveat. But announced so far are Aisha Tyler, Aline Diniz, Andrea Delogu, Chella Man, Clara Amfo, D-Nice, Damian Molla, Dominik Porschen, Erico Borgo, Estelle, Gaby Cam, Gael Monfils, Geoff Keighley, Gino Quillamor, H.E.R., Jayden Rodrigues, Karama, Lilico, Nyambi Nyambi, Sam Wright, Terry Ltam, Tyrone Edwards, Venus Williams, and Will Arnett.
DC FanDome is a 24 hour fan event happening online on August 22. In the absence of a big DC presence as part of [email protected] this year, it seems like this will be the place for any big DC news in 2020.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Entertainment Writer.