Trailer Descriptions For DCEU At CinemaCon Plus Release Dates

Trailer Descriptions For DCEU At CinemaCon Plus Release Dates

You’re looking for trailer descriptions for the DCEU at CinemaCon yesterday and we got you plus we have some release dates to discuss. The event and it’s sizzle reel’s and trailers are not available to the public online yet. However thankfully some in attendance at the event have been providing descriptions of what was shown onto social media. We have descriptions below for the footage shown for Shazam! Fury of the Gods and Black Adam, both out this year. We also have descriptions for The Flash and Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom both released in 2023.

I have been able to verify from a variety of sources that what is said in the social media posts below as all genuine, though perhaps not always very detailed.  Still, if you want to see it all in one place, this is about the best I can do for now without being there myself and describing what I saw.

We also have a full slate of release dates for the rest of this year and next from WB/D. For this year we have Elvis on June 24th, DC League of Super-Pets on July 29th, and Salem’s Lot on September 9. Also hitting in September is Don’t Worry Darling on the 23rd. Black Adam hits on October 21st followed by Creed 3 on November 23rd. The to round out 2022 we have Shazam! Fury of the Gods on December 16th.

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Into 2023 and things kick off with Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom on March 17th, while The Last Train to New York splits two DC movies on April 21st, as The Flash is currently set for June 23rd. Meg 2: The Trench (didn’t know this movie was coming) arrives on August 4th. Later in August Blue Beetle releases on the 18th. The one I am most excited about is Dune: Part 2 on October 20th. I am less enthusiastic about another Chalamet movie with Wonka finishing up 2023 on December 15th.

That’s 5 new DCEU movies coming in the next year and a half. That’s if you don’t include Super-Pets, which I don’t. There are a few films in here I definitely want to see in theaters, and there are some I’ll wait for.

What do you think of these trailer descriptions for the DCEU presentation at CinemaCon? Any comments on the release dates from WB/D through 2023? Thoughts below as always.

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